Parks and Recreation

Our Parks

Brandenburg Park - 50050 Jefferson Avenue

Brandenburg Park will be temporally closed starting Thursday, October 16, 2014, for parking lot construction. The park will resume normal operating hours when project is complete.

Brandenburg LaunchBrandenburg Park is a waterfront park positioned on the shoreline of beautiful Anchor Bay. One of the jewels of the Township, this 17 acre parcel is located on Jefferson Avenue about ½ Mile south of 23 Mile Road. It offers basketball courts, tennis courts, sand volleyball courts, horseshoe pits, picnic areas, boat launches, restroom facilities, a children’s play area, a hike/bike path and a 500 foot pier extending into Lake St. Clair. In addition, it has 4 open air pavilions and a building that accommodates 70 people all of which are available for rent.  Be sure to check out our new Splash Park.  Open from 11:00am - 7:00pm, weather permitting, it's lots of summer fun!

Park Fees

Daily
Cars & Motorcycles $5.00
Car and Trailer $5.00
Season Pass - Car
Resident $14.00
Senior Resident (62 and older) $8.00
Non-Resident $19.00
Non-Resident Senior (62 and older) $14.00
Season Pass - Car with Trailer
Resident $22.00
Senior Resident $11.00
Non-Resident $30.00
Non-Resident Senior (62 and older) $22.00

Pollard Park – 55550 New Haven Road

Pollard Park is approximately 128 acres in size located just west of I-94 on the north side of New Haven Road. Its inception was made possible due to volunteer efforts and generous donations of area businessman. Today the park is a hub of athletic activity. It’s home to the majority of the Township’s baseball and flag football leagues as well as a variety of toddler sports programming. It’s host to the annual Easter Egg Scramble and to countless other invitational tournaments and special events. Its amenities include 5 baseball diamonds (3 lighted), 4 soccer fields (2 lighted), restroom facilities, a small playscape, open air pavilion and hike/bike path. Fields are available for rent to area clubs and organizations beginning the 1st of each year and at the discretion of the Parks and Recreation Director.

Veteran’s Memorial Park – 46000 Community Center Drive

Our newest developed park, Veteran’s Memorial Park, is approximately 7 acres in size and dedicated to those who have served in the armed forces. It has 5 decorative trees representing each branch of the armed services and a refurbished Howitzer Cannon strategically placed at park entry. This quiet neighborhood park has a small-scale playscape along with swing sets and picnic areas.

Connie M. Bowles Memorial Park – 30200 25 Mile Road

Currently undeveloped, Connie M. Bowles Park sits on 12+ acres of land located on the south side of 25 Mile Road and east of Gratiot Avenue. Its construction plan includes an open playfield, baseball diamond, picnic grove, nature area with observation deck, and a children’s play area.

Chesterfield Road

Located on Chesterfield Road, South of 25 Mile sits Chesterfield Township’s newest addition of parkland. This 17+ acres of land was considered Federal surplus property and acquired for public park and recreational use in perpetuity. In 2007, Chesterfield Township formally took ownership of this property from the United States Department of the Interior, National Park Service.

Municipal Offices Complex – 47275 Sugarbush Road

With over 30 acres of land and located on Sugarbush Road, north of 21 Mile and South of Cotton Roads, the Chesterfield Township Municipal Offices provides a unique opportunity for residents to conduct business transactions and enjoy recreational activities in one great location! The complex is home to the Senior Center an indoor complex providing structured/unstructured activities for older adults. Equipped with computer workstations, exercise equipment, books, games, lounge area, a full-service kitchen and more the Senior Center is a hub of activity for our older friends. This location also has 4 tee-ball fields, a perimeter hike/bike path with bench seating, and is the only Township owned property where walking your four-legged friend is permitted.

 

 

 

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