Hours are 6:00 am to 10:00 pm, year round. Pets, Bikes, Skateboards, Rollerblades and Alcohol are not permitted in city parks. Skateboards and Rollerblades are permitted in the Wyandotte Skate Park.
Wyandotte Skate Park
The Wyandotte Skate Park is a purpose-built recreational environment for skateboarders, roller bladers and BMX bike riders to ride and develop their technique.
The Skate Park is located in Memorial Park at the corner of 20th and Grove.
9:00 am until Dusk, daily – weather permitting.
Skate Park Rules:
- Park is Non-Supervised. No On-site Supervision.
- Please wear proper safety equipment.
- Participants and spectators assume their own risk.
- Spectator must stay off skating surface.
- This is an aggressive skate park.
- Courtesy is contagious.
- No roughhousing is permitted.
- Keep park safe and clean.
- Glass containers are not permitted.
- No alcohol, drugs, or smoking.
Wyandotte Dog Park
The Wyandotte Dog Park features two sections, one for large dogs and one for small dogs. There was several benches and picnic tables, as well as a dog drinking fountain and dog wash station. Users must be Wyandotte residents.
The Dog Park is located in VFW Park at the corner of 11th and Cherry.
6:00 am until 9:00 pm – Access restricted to registered users.
Dog Park Rules:
Use of the dog park is at the user’s own risk.
- Dogs must be leashed while entering/exiting the dog park.
- Dogs displaying aggressive behavior need to be leashed and removed from the park.
- Dogs wearing prong, pitch, or spiked collars are not permitted in the dog park.
- Dogs must be accompanied by an owner who is 16 years of age and is capable of controlling their dog.
- Children under the age of 6 are not permitted in the dog park. Young children should be well supervised and not permitted to run, shout, scream, chase after dogs, and shouldn’t pet another dog unless given permission by the owner.
- Owner’s must be attentive (not distracted by personal devices, baseball game, or other activities taking place in the park), so that they may see any negative behaviors that their dog(s) may be displaying and address the situation.
- Owners must remain in the fenced in area with their dog(s) at all times.
- Users must clean up their dogs waste immediately and dispose of it in the proper waste receptacles.
- Users must fill any holes that their dogs may dig.
- Dogs in heat and puppies under 4 months of age are prohibited from using the park.
- Food, smoking, alcoholic beverages, glass containers, dog treats of any kind, are prohibited in the park.
- Any toys that may be brought to the park must not be left behind, toys that are left behind will be disposed of.
- All dogs must be licensed and registered to use the park, up to date on vaccinations (rabies, bordetella, and distemper), and the owner must carry identification while using the park.
- No more than two dogs per handler allowed.
- Access cards may not be shared with other dog owners.
- Users can be held responsible for any damage or injury caused by their dog(s).
- For the protection of other dogs, dogs known to be sick, have been vomiting, had diarrhea, etc. are not allowed in the park.
- Failure to abide by these rules can/will result in suspension of park privileges.
- Owners will return their key cards when their registration expires or they will be charged the cost of the card (unless they renew their registration).
Bishop Park is situated along the Detroit River and is contiguous to the Wyandotte Central Business District. The 12.2 acre park is the second largest of the 13 parks in the city. The park offers excellent fishing opportunities from its large fishing pier. The park also features a concession stand (hours vary) with an open air wood deck picnic area, umbrellas, restrooms, two large picnic shelters, playground equipment and basketball courts. Bishop Park is the site for various city events including the Annual Fireworks Display, the Children’s Fishing Derby and Expo and various Waterside Concerts throughout the summer. The picnic shelters may be used by the public, however they may not be reserved in advance and are first-come, first serve. Temporary event tents are permitted in the park, however due to the sprinkler system, they may not be attached with stakes. If anchoring is required, please use sand bags or water barrels.
Along the Detroit River on Van Alstyne from Elm Street to Vinewood.
6:00 am to 10:00 pm, year round. Pets, Bikes, Skateboards and Rollerblades are not permitted in the park. Alcohol is not permitted in the park. Fishing is permitted only on the pier during times noted.
BASF Waterfront Park
BASF Waterfront Park is located along the Detroit River, just south of Eureka Road. The 20 acre park is the largest in the city, and features a romantic brick promenade, look-out decks, rowing launch, trails, sand volleyball courts and an amphitheater. BASF Waterfront Park host several entertainment events throughout the year. Notable events include the Hebda Cup & Wyandotte High school Rowing Regattas as well as Gospel Fests, and the Annual Fireworks Display.
Along the Detroit River just south of Eureka Road.
6:00 am to 10:00 pm, year round. Pets, Bikes, Skateboards and Rollerblades are not permitted in the park. Alcohol is not permitted in any city park.
BASF Waterfront Park Promenade/Gazebo Rental
BASF Waterfront Park may be rented for weddings and other special events. For more information on rental, please contact the Recreation, Leisure & Culture Department at 734-324-7295 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
12th Street & Oxford Court
20th Street & Ludington
11th Street & Cherry
|Oak Club Park
20th Street & Vinewood
2nd Street& Felice
4th Street & Mulberry
|K of C Tot Lot
McKinley & Davis
8th & Bondie
|Kiwanis Club Park
6th Street & North Drive
|Wyandotte Athletic Association Park
Alfred & Highland
Richard W. Smith Memorial Playground
3rd Street & Maple
Wm & Edna Kreger Memorial Playground
|P.A.C. Club Park
6th & Alkali
Anthony Kulik Memorial Playground
|Wyandotte Lions Club Park
Vinewood & 9th Street
Lions Club and Richard W. Smith Memorial Park Dedications – August 12th, 2009
Theodore Roosevelt Indoor Track and Fitness Facility
The Roosevelt indoor track and fitness facility is open for use to all Wyandotte Residents, Wyandotte City Employees and Wyandotte Public School Employees 18 years of age and older. Identification is required for admittance. Use of this facility is made possible in cooperation with the School District of the City of Wyandotte. The facility features an indoor track, fitness center has six elliptical machines for cardio workouts, four rowing machines, four recumbent bikes and four upright bikes. The center features a large set of free weights and 21 weight machines for upper and lower body parts as well as abs.
Theodore Roosevelt High School
540 Eureka, Wyandotte
Monday – Friday 5 am – 7:30 am
Facility follows school calendar and is closed when school is closed & summer break
Indoor Track: No charge
Weight & Fitness Room: $1.00 per visit
Facility guests should use the parking lot at the corner of Maple and 7th Streets, adjacent to the Gymnasium. Please use the Gymnasium entrance.
For more information about the Track and Fitness Facility you may call Roosevelt High School at 734-246-1000.