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Park Listing

For a complete listing of each park and its amenities, please click here to view the detailed chart in a new window.  Click here for Park Maps.

 

Cabbagetown Park Cabbagetown Park - Baseline / Carpenter Streets

A one-acre pocket park in the City, Cabbagetown Park provides picnic benches, playground equipment and a peaceful setting, surrounded by an historical neighborhood.

 
 

 

Cady Street Dog Park - behind the Northville Art House - 215 W. Cady St.

Clip Art - Northville Dog Park

 
 

Community ParkNorthville Community Park - 15801 Beck Road

The largest park in the system at 119 acres, Northville Community Park includes 3 lighted ball diamonds, 11 soccer fields (2 lighted), 1 lacrosse field, a play structure, a picnic shelter, dog park, 2 restrooms, and a concession facility.

 
 

Fish Hatchery Park - 641 Fairbrook

This 17-acre neighborhood park was once a nationally registered fish hatchery facility. The park features two ball diamonds, five tennis courts, picnic pavilion with grills, play structure, pond, nature trail and access to Johnson Creek, a tributary of the Middle Rouge River.

 
 

Ford ParkFord Field - 151 N. Griswold

Within walking distance to the charming stores and restaurants of downtown Northville, Ford Field can be found adjacent to the historical Mill Race Village and the meandering Middle Rouge River . This six-acre park includes a lighted ball diamond, playground, 1/4 mile asphalt path, picnic tables and areas for gatherings and events.

 
 

Henningsen Park - 41600 Six Mile Road

This three-acre park is located behind the Northville Township Police Department on Six Mile Road and provides residents with two ball diamonds.

 
 

Millennium ParkMillennium Park - 45769 Six Mile Road

Located on the south side of Six Mile Road across from Northville High School, Millennium Park is a 34-acre facility providing four ball diamonds, four soccer fields, two play structures, asphalt path, concession stand, restrooms and a picnic pavilion with grills.

 
 

Mill Race Village

 
 

Sheldon ParkSheldon Road Park

Located on the east side of Sheldon Road between Five and Six Mile Roads, this park provides a play structure and benches adjacent to the walking paths.

 
 

Thayers Corners ParkThayer Corners Nature Area - Napier Rd.

Now the site of an historic barn relocated from Sheldon Road, the park features community gardens, walking paths and horse trails.

 
 

Veteran's Memorial at Waterford Woods

 
 
 

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Northville Parks & Recreation, 700 W. Baseline Rd., Northville, MI 48167
Phone: 248-349-0203, Fax: 248-380-8611
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