Join Metroparks staff to discuss the future of the Hudson Mills Golf Course for the park master plan.
Join us for an update on topics related to natural resources management at the Huron-Clinton Metroparks. Natural Resources staff will be available after the meeting for the public to provide input on specific habitat issues, invasive species control, grassland management, or any other natural resources related issue within the Metroparks.
Spend your summer evenings enjoying music in the park. Bring a chair or blanket to relax or dance the night away to a wide variety of artists. Dress for the weather as this is an outdoor event.
The Huron-Clinton Metroparks is proud of its rich legacy of golf history in Southeast Michigan. However, after much conservation and planning, the Board of Commissioners has approved the closing of two courses. Wolcott Mill Golf Course and Lower Huron Par Three Golf Course are permanently closed. The land designated for the golf courses will be repurposed for park patron use. Currently, plans are in the works for both locations and will be shared publicly upon approval.
Take a moment and think about your favorite song. Maybe it’s a classical piece. Or perhaps it’s a bit more modern. In any case, as you listen, you can certainly gain an appreciation for each instrument. Maybe it is significant, and heard throughout the song, or maybe it is so subtle that it’s almost overlooked.
The Huron-Clinton Metroparks annual auction of surplus used vehicles, equipment and supplies will be on May 6, 2017 at Wolcott Mill Metropark Farm Center.
If you’re ready for a totally unique outdoor experience, its time to Go Ape! Way more than just zip lines, Go Ape is a 2-3-hour journey through the forest canopy as you take on suspended obstacles, Tarzan swings and breathtaking zip lines – all with an incredible view.
This second public meeting is a chance for attendees to respond to projects proposed for incorporation in the master plan. It will begin with a brief presentation outlining the planning process and public input to date, and an overview of proposed projects. This will be followed by a question and answer period and an opportunity for participants to record their feedback on the projects and speak with Metroparks staff. Children are welcomed and encouraged to attend and participate.
The Metroparks are proud to play a special part in the lives of so many southeast Michigan residents. As we honor our 75th year, we want to celebrate the Metroparks experiences you’ve enjoyed with family and friends. Please share your stories, photos and memories with us.
This first public meeting is an informal open house, designed to give attendees the opportunity to learn about the planning process and express general opinions about the future of the park; there will be no formal presentation.
Metroparks Takes Important Step to Conserve Eastern Massasauga Rattlesnake Ryan Colliton, HCMA Stewardship Coordinator In September of 2016, the eastern massasauga rattlesnake was listed as threatened…
To me, maple sugaring is the first sweet taste of spring. Weeks before the snow melts and the first leaf buds, maple trees begin to shake off their winter dormancy. As winter ends, the cycle of night time freezing temperatures and daytime thawing temperatures triggers the maple’s sap to begin flowing.
The holidays are over. The days are getting longer. New year’s resolutions are in full swing. Statistics show that the top two changes Americans want to make, in 2017, are to improve their overall health and improve their overall lives.
Michigan has a rich history in military service to our nation, our states, and our communities. In gratitude, The Huron-Clinton Metroparks will waive vehicle entry…