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Enjoy the wonderful parks our fine city has to offer!

Click here for a map of all parks located within the City of Allen Park.

If you are planning a large family picnic, reunion or perhaps a small outdoor party that will require the use of a park shelter, we urge you to schedule your event with us! 

Shelter permits must be purchased in person (with identification) and will be available at the Parks & Recreation Office at 15800 White St, Allen Park. Permits for shelters are available May 1st thru October 31st only. No refunds or phone holds.  Additional Shelter information, click here.


  • $50 for Allen Park resident, business or organization
  • $125 for non-resident
Please note: Restrooms are locked  Permittees must pick up the keys for the restrooms the business day before the rental date. Inquire at the Parks/Rec office for further information. 

Shelters, bathroom facilities, and a fun playground area are found at the following parks:
  • Champaign Park (two shelters) located at Champaign and Pelham Roads
  • Cunningham Park (two shelters) located at Pinecrest and Larme/Southfield
  • Millward Park (one shelter) located at Pleasant and Park
  • Riel Park (one shelter) located west of Arno, between Hanfor and O'Connor
Additional Items Of Interest Found At Varying Parks Are As Follows:
Basketball Courts
Millward Park (Park & Cresent)
Brand Park (Paris & Laurence)
Tennis Courts
Champaign Park (Champaign & Balfour)
Community Park (Gahona & Philomene)
Walking Tracks
Community Park (Gahona & Philomene)
Kennedy Park (Euclid & Shenandoah)
Milward Park (Pleasant near Reeck)
Riel Park (Euclid & Quandt)
Inline Hockey Rinks
Champaign Park (Champaign & Balfour)
Riel Park (Euclid & Quandt)

Learn to Ice Skate/Novice Hockey

Allen Park Community Center
Information:  Ice Skating/Novice Hockey
Registration:  Parks & Recreation Online Registration

Southeast Michigan Park Finder

2,600+ parks: Search playgrounds, ball fields, beaches, trails, monuments, golf courses, and more

Introduction to Southeast Michigan ParkFinder App

Maybury screenshotIntroduce your residents to Southeast Michigan ParkFinder App
2,600+ parks: Search playgrounds, ball fields, beaches, trails, monuments, golf courses, and more

SEMCOG is excited to announce that Southeast Michigan ParkFinder is now available as a mobile app that makes it easier than ever to explore recreation opportunities throughout the seven-county region. We love this new tool, and we think your residents will too!
Available free-of-charge on Apple's App Store and the Google Play store, the app enables users to search from over 2,600 parks within Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw, and Wayne Counties. This interactive map is the result of regional cooperation and features everything from neighborhood playgrounds to state and national parks.
Help members of your community find their place to play with our ParkFinder promotion toolkit
No matter where you are, ParkFinder puts the whole Southeast Michigan parks system at your fingertips and promotes local and regional recreation opportunities. To make it easier for you to share this tool, we have prepared the following resources:
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Place this button on your website with a link to ParkFinder.
Thank You!
We are excited for your participation and look forward to your assistance in getting the word out to your residents. We especially hope you can find a place on your community's website to embed the ParkFinder link button.
To ensure that information is accurate on ParkFinder, please alert us regarding any needed updates. As we continue to highlight assets and attractions in our regional parks system, let us know if you are interested in having your park(s) featured. 
Contact: Tyler Klifman, SEMCOG Plan Implementation at (313) 402-5251.

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