Learn about the rich natural and cultural history of Southeast Michigan at the Huron-Clinton Metroparks. Whether you’re intrigued about a plant or animal, looking for something fun to do with friends or family, or studying a specific topic as part of a group, there are a variety of interpretive programs to help you learn more about our natural, historical and cultural resources.
With 10 full-service interpretive facilities and an extensive mobile outreach program, the Huron-Clinton Metroparks provides one of the largest, most diversified educational programs in the country. The parks cover more than 25,000 acres in Livingston, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw and Wayne counties and serves as a “natural classroom”.
Mobile Learning Center
We Come to You!
The Mobile Learning Center is a vital part of the Metroparks’ Interpretive Outreach program. Serving Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw and Livingston counties, the center offers programming primarily to communities, schools and related groups that may not have the opportunity or means to visit the Metroparks. Our vision is to bring aspects of Michigan’s natural and cultural heritage to those who don’t have the ability to get out to their Metroparks and to raise public awareness of the opportunities to “Get Out and Play” at the Metroparks.