The West Bloomfield Parks and Recreation Commission, established by voter mandate in 1970, is committed to the residents of West Bloomfield. Our mission is to meet the community's recreation, leisure and social needs by acquiring and enhancing public parkland and supporting year-round facilities and programs for youth, teens, adults, families and seniors. Our goal is to enhance the quality of life in our community by providing facilities, programs and natural settings for the enjoyment of residents.
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Featured Program of the Week:
6/4 at 8:30 am at Walnut Creek Middle School
June 4th is National Trails Day and what better way to celebrate than to hit the West Bloomfield Trail! Meet the Walk West Bloomfield group at Walnut Creek Middle School (7601 Walnut Lake Road) at 8:30 am for a guided walk along our scenic and historic rail-to-trail network to our exiting point at Sylvan Manor Park. Learn about how the trail came to be, engage in some bird watching or just enjoy the scenery. Free t-shirts to participants (while supplies last)!
The Greater West Bloomfield Historical Society will open the Orchard Lake Museum located along the trail for you to visit and enjoy some refreshments. This walk is approximately 7 miles and buses will transport you back to the starting point. There will be return points throughout the Trail if you don’t wish to walk the full distance. Refreshments and giveaways provided by Heartland.
Free and no registration required!