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Check Out Lower Huron Metropark’s $1.3 Million Playground

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Have a blast at Huron-Clinton Metroparks‘ newest playground at Lower Huron Metropark in Belleville!

 

Lower Huron Metropark’s new playground has something for everyone! The space themed space has a large creative toddler area, massive traditional structure with universally accessible slides and spaceship, a caged ninja warrior course, swings for all ages and abilities AND a climbing slide that genuinely challenges kids to reach for the stars!

 

The new playground is incredible and it’s sure to keep your kids busy whether they are 2 or 12. Restrooms are available but a short walk from the playground.

 

While you’re at Lower Huron Metropark, you can also make a splash at the Turtle Cove Family Aquatic Center. The outdoor waterpark features two waterslides, drift along a lazy river, get soaked under the 300-gallon dumping bucket at the splash pad, and wade into the zero-depth entry pool. It is open daily from 12pm to 7pm and admission is $12 for adults and $10 for kids between 30″ and 48″ (those under 30″ are free). Pool can reach capacity so arrive early or prepare to wait.

 

A vehicle Huron-Clinton Metropark pass is required to enter the park. An annual pass is $40 and a day pass is $10. You can also gain FREE access to 13 Huron-Clinton Metroparks with your library card, learn how here.

 

Lower Huron Metropark // 40151 E Huron River Dr, Belleville, MI 48111

 


When climbing is involved there is always risk of a fall. If you are ever concerned that your child has suffered a concussion, take the Concussion Clinic of DMC Children’s Hospital of Michigan’s Concussion Quiz and watch the video below for helpful tips.

 

 

 

Photo credit: Huron-Clinton Metroparks

 

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