Looking for a park near Rochester, Michigan real estate? There are some great ones! Check out these two:
At Municipal Park, the recreation opportunities include:
-Lighted tennis courts
-Open air shelters (the Kiwanis Shelter and the enclosed Lion's Shelter)
-Over a mile of paved walkway
-A pond ( can be used for skating in the winter)
There are also two tot lots available. You can find one at the north end off Ludlow Street and the other can be found at the south end at the end of Pine Street.
Paint Creek wanders through the whole park. The Rochester Municipal Park is also home of the Rochester Community House, a not-for-profit service and banquet facility. This facility is accessible from Ludlow Street.
Dinosaur Hill Nature Preserve
Who wouldn't be interested in a park with "dinosaur" in the title? Although you won't be digging up dino remains here, a lot of fun and learning experiences can be had at this dedicated 16 acres of parkland by the city for the Dinosaur Hill Nature Preserve and Nature Center.
The city has partnered with Dinosaur Hill Nature Preserve, Inc. to provide programming for kids of all ages at the Nature Center. Dinosaur Hill Nature Preserve, Inc. is a nonprofit educational corporation supported by memberships, grants, donations, and fund raising projects. The preserve and nature center are very much an central part of the Rochester community, enjoying the support and volunteer help of Rochester area residents and community businesses. Tons of volunteer time has been and continues to be spent in creating and sustaining the preserve, as well as in helping with various fund raising projects.
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