Major southeast Michigan partnership to expand access to recreation

A family of three in the forest at Indian Springs Metropark, courtesy of Huron-Clinton Metroparks

The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy and Huron-Clinton Metroparks announced a multi-year, pilot partnership that focuses on widening access to new programs and recreation for city and suburban families, and leverages the world-class parks, greenways and public spaces managed by the two organizations.

Through the partnership, Metroparks will establish a physical presence in Detroit and contribute $6 million over seven years to the conservancy for expanded programs and operations at the future Ralph C. Wilson, Jr. Centennial Park on the West Riverfront.

Want to learn more? Read a report on the economic benefits of Huron-Clinton Metroparks