Some park features are not open year-round. See the status of each feature in the chart below plus any specific features that may be down for maintenance or construction.
|Fields/Diamonds||Not available for use, see Courts & Diamond page for more information|
|Flynn Park Playground||Structure has been removed due to age and no longer safe. New features coming in the future.|
|Park Shelters||Reservations now open. See the Park Shelter page for more information.|
|Restrooms||Open Tuesday, April 19.|
Explore all of our parks in drop-downs below!
- Location: West side of Crooks Road between Big Beaver and Wattles Roads
- Area: 63 acres
- Park Features: Baseball/Softball fields, Soccer Fields, Tennis/Pickleball Courts, Sand Volleyball, Walking Path, Play Structure, Swings, Park Shelters, Restrooms
DID YOU KNOW: Donald Flynn convinced Dutch Boulan to donate and sell the land that became Boulan Park, and he spent years buying trees to plant in the park and around the city. Learn more about Boulan Park history courtesy of Troy Historic Village.
- Location: North side of Square Lake Road between Crooks Road and Coolidge Highway
- Area: 96 acres
- Park Features: Baseball/Softball Fields, Soccer Fields, Sand Volleyball, Disc Golf, Fishing, Play Structure, Swings, Park Shelter, Restrooms
- Regulations: No swimming or boating. Shore fishing only. State of Michigan fishing license required. Michigan DNR fishing information.
Firefighters Park offers a mix of open space and wooded areas with a section of the Rouge River running through the north end and along its east border. Amenities include nine soccer fields, a barrier-free play structure, ball diamond, eighteen-hole disc golf course, sand volleyball courts, picnic shelter, shore fishing, restrooms and concession stand operated during scheduled soccer games.
Coming Summer 2022: Official Opening of the Troy Firefighter Memorial Site
DID YOU KNOW: The Troy Fire Women’s Auxiliary was established in 1977. They provided water, coffee, and donuts to the firefighters at the scene of a fire, if the men requested it. They also supplied emergency food, shelter, and clothing to fire victims and raised funds for burn clinics and camps and education programs for fire safety. Auxiliary member Gerry Young also suggested to the City that a park be named for the firefighters and that trees might be planted in the park as memorials for deceased firefighters. When she submitted the idea on behalf of the Auxiliary, City Manager Gerstenecker responded, “Why didn’t we think of that?” Learn more about Firefighters Park history courtesy of Troy Historic Village.
- Location: On the southwest corner of South Boulevard and Dequindre
- Area: 25 Acres
- Park Features: Baseball/Softball field, Play Structure, Restrooms
Flynn Park, nestled in the northeast corner of the City, includes four ball diamonds available for league play only, play structure, restrooms, and a concession stand in season. Parking is available for up to 285 vehicles. Sanctuary Lake Golf Course borders the park on the south and west.
DID YOU KNOW: Donald Flynn grew up in Flint and Birmingham before serving in World War II as an airplane gunner. He moved to Troy with his wife Eugenia in 1950. Mr. Flynn was a milkman until the mid-60s, and donated dairy products for the Girl Scout Day Camp as well as Goodfellows Christmas baskets. Learn more about Flynn Park history courtesy of Troy Historic Village.
- Location: On the north side of Long Lake Road between Rochester Road and John R
- Area: 45 acres
- Park Features: Baseball/Softball Field, Soccer Fields, Sand Volleyball, Play Structure, Swings, Park Shelter, Restrooms, Troy Trail
Jaycee Park provides a variety of recreational facilities including two ball diamonds, two full-size and six small soccer fields, sand volleyball court, two barrier-free play structures. The park also offers the conveniences of a picnic shelter, restrooms in season and paved parking to accommodate up to 200 vehicles.
- Location: On the west side of John R between Big Beaver and Wattles Roads
- Area: 41 acres
- Park Features: Baseball/Softball Field, Sand Volleyball, Disc Golf, Walking Path, Play Structure, Swings, Park Shelter, Restrooms
Raintree Park is half wooded and half open space. On its grounds you will find a 9-hole disc golf course, ball diamond, two barrier-free play structures, picnic shelter, sand volleyball court, and paved walking path through the woods. Restrooms are available seasonally and the site has paved parking for up to 126 vehicles.
DID YOU KNOW: The Troy Parks’ first disc golf course (the sport was then known as Frisbee golf) was built in 1980 at Section 23 Park, now called Raintree Park. Learn more about disc golf coming to Troy courtesy of Troy Historic Village.
- Location: On the north side of Troy Community Center, off of Town Center Rd
- Area: 6.3 acres
- Park Features: Walking Path, Park Shelter
- Location: On the west side of Beach Road, just south of Long Lake Road
- Park Area: 10 acres
- Park Features: Baseball/Softball Fields, Soccer Fields, Play Structure, Swings, Restroom
- Location: Accessible by taking Niagara east off John R between Big Beaver and Wattles Roads
- Park Area: 7 acres
- Park Features: Sand Volleyball, Walking Path, Play Structure, Swings
Beaver Trail is characterized as a pedestrian-oriented park, with walk-in park entrances off Pasadena and Avalon. Comprised of both wooded and open space area, Beaver Trail offers residents a paved walking path, picnic tables, Sand Volley Ball and a barrier-free play structure. There is no restroom at this site.
- Location: On Brinston, east off John R between Maple and Big Beaver Roads
- Park Area: 18 acres
- Park Features: Baseball/Softball Field, Soccer Fields, Tennis/Pickleball Courts, Basketball Court, Play Structure, Swings, Park Shelter, Restrooms
Brinston Park provides an excellent selection of recreational activities with two ball diamonds, two soccer fields, two tennis courts, a basketball court and a barrier-free play structure. The park also provides the convenience of restrooms, a picnic shelter and parking for up to 111 vehicles.
- Location: In the Civic Center complex (north side of Big Beaver and west of Livernois), adjacent to the Troy Family Aquatic Center
- Park Area: 20 Acres
- Park Features: Walking Path
Huber Park features a 1.3-mile walking/fitness trail through a wooded section of the site. The park also contains eight lighted tennis courts (covered during the winter for year-round use and privately operated as the Troy Racquet Club) and a picnic area. Restrooms are located on the outside of the Troy Family Aquatic Center. Ample parking is available at the tennis courts and Aquatic Center.
- Location: South of Maple Road, between John R and Dequindre
- Park Area: 16 acres
- Park Features: Walking Path, Play Structure, Swings, Park Shelter, Restrooms
The parcel is long and narrow, measuring approximately 250' wide by a half mile long. It is intersected by the Spencer Drain and contains a wooded wetland area as well as significant open space. The Park includes shelter (for up to 80 people), restrooms, climbing boulders, exercise equipment, walking path and paved parking (for up to 20 cars).
- Location: North of Square Lake Road between Livernois and Crooks Roads. Access points north off Square Lake on Elmoor and Herbmoor
- Park Area: 10.4 acres
North Glen Park is an undeveloped park, heavily wooded and completely surrounded by residential areas. It has no parking facilities and is only accessible by dirt paths, which exist in many areas throughout the site.
- Location: Accessible from 14 Mile Road between Stephenson Highway and Rochester Road. Turn north on Lyon and left at Redwood. Follow Redwood to the park
- Park Area: 3 acres
- Park Features: Basketball Court, Play Structure, Swings, Park Shelter, Pickleball Court
The smallest of our neighborhood parks, Redwood Park offers a variety of recreational facilities, including a ball diamond, basketball court, barrier-free play equipment, small picnic shelter, and parking for eight vehicles. No restrooms.
- Location: On Robinwood Street, west off Rochester Road between Maple and Big Beaver Roads
- Park Area: 19 Acres
- Park Features: Sand Volleyball, Walking Path, Play Structure, Swings, Park Shelter,
- Location: Between Coolidge Highway and Beach Road, and between Big Beaver and Wattles Roads. Park is adjacent to Schroeder Elementary School
- Park Area: 12 Acres
- Park Features: Soccer Fields
Schroeder Park consists of two soccer fields and 10 acres of wooded natural area. The adjacent Schroeder Elementary School also maintains a ball diamond and play equipment. Schroeder Park does not offer parking or restrooms.
- Location: West side of Rochester Road between Square Lake and Long Lake Roads - south side of Sylvan Glen Golf Course
- Park Area: 40 Acres
- Park Features: Fishing, Troy Trail
Sylvan Glen Lake Park is the largest of Troy's neighborhood parks. It includes a 16 acre lake inviting shore fishing. A small, unpaved parking lot accommodates up to 16 vehicles. The third phase of the Troy Trail project surrounds the lake. Regulations: Swimming and boating (including radio controlled boats) is prohibited. State of Michigan fishing license required. Sylvan Glen Golf Course borders the park on the north and west.
While many courts and fields are first come, first served, use of soccer fields is not permitted. Learn more about about Court & Field usage here.
Park shelters must be reserved in person at Troy Community Center during admin hours. A copy of homeowners/liability insurance is required for all rentals. Reservations open in March for reservations in May–October each year. Dates are announced in the Winter Recreation Guide. Learn more about park shelter reservations here.