The city of Southfield is going behind the lens in an effort to stop vandalism.
Gov. Rick Snyder has signed legislation to spend $23 million for land purchases and trail upgrades.
Many of the state parks are in need of caring and you can help make them look beautiful.
One volunteer organization is teaming up to make sure the recently closed neighborhood parks in Detroit will get a little extra attention this year.
Detroit Mayor Dave Bing says budget problems will force the city to close 50 parks this spring — and no outdoor pools will be open this year.
Zeeland Christian School sixth-graders will be helping Zeeland officials put together a “splash pad” proposal.
Las Vegas’ desert location doesn’t mean the area lacks stunning picnic sites. From duck ponds and fishing to romantic desert views, this city has just the right picnic hideaway for every basket. Enjoy the little spot just outside of town where mountain goats come join dinner, but be sure not to miss out on the most stunning picnic locales in the neighborhood.
Gov. Rick Snyder drew applause from a variety of interest groups with his pledge to retool state government’s approach to managing its 4.6 million acres of forests, parks and open spaces that supports the economy and provides a bountiful outdoor playground.
The price of the Recreation Passport needed to enter Michigan’s state parks, recreation areas and forest campgrounds is going up $1 effective next year.
Reconnect with nature by attending Get Out and Play Day at Lake St. Clair Metroparks.
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