The Huron-Clinton Metroparks consist of 13 beautiful parks, covering more than 25,000 acres throughout southeast Michigan, encompassing Livingston, Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties.
- September 26 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Join our efforts to remove invasive shrubs from the Kensington disc golf course. This is a reoccurring workday, occurring on the last Wednesday of the...at Kensington Metropark
- September 26 @ 11:00 am
Students will enjoy a cider demonstration, a wagon ride, and discover why leaves turn color in the fall. Please bring a clean, white t-shirt. Ages 5...at Stony Creek Metropark
- September 27 @ 10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Join us in removing invasive shrubs, such as Autumn Olive, from Huron Meadows Metropark. We will meet at the Acorn Ridge Picnic Shelter (look for th...at Huron Meadows Metropark
- Planning Department Updates - Based on public input gathered during the Stony Creek Metropark Master Plan, the Planning Department is overseeing the consultants who will create a conceptual design for improving the Shelden and Trolley trails.
- Howlin’ at the Moon presented by Genisys Credit Union and Kroger - Join us on Saturday, October 27 for a twilight trail adventure on the Shelden Trails at Stony Creek Metropark! Participants can choose from an Owl Prowl Hike, a 5K Fun Run, or a group mountain bike ride and then everyone is invited to stick around afterwards for refreshments, music, a bonfire and more!
- Natural Resources Updates - This fall, as the weather cools off and the leaves begin to change color, the Metroparks Natural Resources Department is staying busy with multiple project. We are continuing to remove invasive species from high-quality habitats, in preparation for our work next year. We are also beginning to treat Phragmites, the giant invasive reed, as this plant species begins to move its energy out of the roots and into its seed head, making the roots easier to kill.
The Huron-Clinton Metroparks is a regional park system created in 1940 by the citizens of Southeast Michigan, providing excellent recreational and educational opportunities while serving as stewards of its natural resources.