Settlers Park: Picture Yourself HERE…

Settlers Park is Hartland’s Oasis. Close to M59 and US23, but still a peaceful world away from traffic, shopping, computers, and your to-do list.

Stop by on your lunch hour to picnic under the new pavilion…

Or take the kids to the playscape, grab a bench and chat with other parents…

There’s a play structure for bigger kids…

And a beginner ‘scape for little kids!

And when parents hear the dread “I have to go potty!” — no problem! The playscapes and pavilion are close by a brand new restroom…

…WITH a drinking fountain (perfect for water bottle refills)!

AND, we didn’t forget the dogs, who need hydration on hot summer days…

The 1.2-mile walking loop is open to walkers, runners, strollers and our four-legged friends, but with park pet privilege comes park pet responsibility

So bring your lunch, or your dog or your kids and stop by Settlers Park for a much-needed re-connect with Hartland’s great outdoors.

We’re Friendly by Nature.

We’ll save you a table.

PARK NOTES

LOCATION: Parking at Settlers Park is located next to Township Hall at 2655 Clark Road, Hartland 48353.

HOURS: Hartland Township parks are open from sunrise to sunset.

BIKE PATH: Settlers’ has a new 2-mile mountain bike path beginning behind Meijer. The Motor City Mountain Biking Association installed the bike path, which is open to 2-way, non-motorized traffic.

RESERVATIONS: Information about applying to reserve the Settlers Park pavilion may be found on the Hartland Township Park Web-Page .

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