Heritage Park is a 211-acre park are 4.5 miles of trails for hiking and nature study. In the winter these trails are used for cross-country skiing. A large picnic area is located at the north end of the park. It includes a splash pad, group picnic shelter, youth playground, in-ground grills, two sand volleyball courts, an in-line hockey rink and six horseshoe pits. The picnic shelter is available on a “first-come” basis, but may be reserved in advance for a nominal fee. Also located in Heritage Park are the Spicer House, Stables Art Studio, Day Camp, Nature Center and Amphitheatre buildings.
The Farmington Hills Nature Center highlights interpretive exhibits reflecting our natural world such as a life-sized animal habitat, a backyard habitat bird viewing area, native fish aquariums, a nature library and activity table as well as a hands-on touch table and Discovery Cove.
This Riley Archery Range is designed open air (indoor/outdoor) community archery range offers eight shooting lanes with shooting distances of 10 – 30 yards, providing programs and shooting opportunities for people of all ages and abilities, allowing both bows and crossbows.
Open to the public
The space can also be rented for parties.
Photo credit: Facebook
Categories:Classes, BABY (0-24 months), ELEMENTARY (6-9 years), PRE-SCHOOL (4-5 years), TODDLER (2-4 years), TWEEN (10-13 years), ACADEMIC, SPORTS AND FITNESS, SWIMMING, FARMINGTON, Activities, Amusement and Water Parks, Arts & Crafts, Indoor Activities, Nature, Outdoor Activities, Parks and Playgrounds, Sports, Activity / Play,
Get the top events, classes and giveaways delivered to you each week!
- LittleGuide Detroit’s Summer Camp Guide For Busy ParentsFebruary 16, 2020
- SPECIALTY CAMPS FOR KIDS IN METRO DETROITFebruary 16, 2020
- 20 Sleep Away Camps Your Kids Will Love In MichiganFebruary 16, 2020