Michigan Department of Natural Resources

  • Detroit’s New Playground Space Promotes Michigan’s Outdoors

    A new outdoor activity center that aims to bring a touch of “up north” in downtown Detroit is set to open in along the city’s east riverfront in less than one week.

    Detroit 15 July 2015 18:24
  • State Signs 30-Year Lease for Belle Isle

    Detroit’s historic Belle Isle, a 982-acre island park in the Detroit River, will be taken over by the state as the Michigan Emergency Loan Board approved a 30-year lease with two 15-year renewals with the city in a deal that would save Detroit up to $6 million in annual maintenance costs. As such Belle Isle will become Michigan’s 102nd state park.

    Detroit 14 November 2013 00:07

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