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Woodland Hills

26655 Farmington Rd.
Farmington Hills, MI 48336

Brochure and Map

Woodland Hills, a nature park, features a primitive-walking trail winding through the 74-acre park. The focus of this park is to allow the quiet observation of birds and animals in a variety of habitats. Meadows, hardwood forest, a pond, a river and creek are all part of the natural wonders of this park.

Olde Town Park Sign

Olde Town Park



Olde Town Park is located on the corner of Independence and Waldron Streets in the heart of the Olde Town subdivision. This neighborhood park of 3.7 acres features a shelter, two tennis courts, picnic tables, grills and a youth playground.


Pioneer Park Sign

Pioneer Park

29885 Farmington Rd.
Farmington Hills, 48334
West side of the road
One-quarter mile north of Thirteen Mile Rd.


This park has two baseball fields and two soccer fields available for the spring season. A comfort station and a refreshment stand are also available. During the fall soccer season the complex has four soccer fields. The park is open for public use except during regularly scheduled games.

Bond Field

31500 Thirteen Mile Rd.
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
One block west of Orchard Lake Road


This is a 1.7-acre youth baseball complex consisting of two fields on property that was once part of Bond Elementary School.

Harmon Oaks Park

28000 Greening Rd.
Farmington Hills, MI 48334
One block east of Orchard Lake Road and two blocks north of Thirteen Mile Road.


A quarter- mile path winds through this 1.7-acre nature preserve of mature hardwoods and wild flowers.

Memorial Park Sign

Memorial Park


Memorial Park provides residents of Farmington Hills with a place to honor and recognize friends and family members who have passed away.

Located at the corner of Eleven Mile and Middlebelt Roads, Memorial Park’s primary purpose is to provide residents with a place for peaceful reflection. Throughout the past several years, Memorial Park has been completely refurbished with new landscaping, sidewalks, and a granite memorial, all of which add to the natural beauty of the setting.

Along the Memorial Park pathway, specially paved areas feature bricks available for purchase as a memorial. With a donation of $100, individuals or groups may purchase a brick to be inscribed with the name or commemorative message of their choice. (Please note that the individual being memorialized or the person purchasing the brick must be a current or former Farmington Hills resident.)

In addition to brick pavers, other items available for purchase at Memorial Park include trees, benches, and birdhouses to be placed throughout the park.

The Farmington Hills City Council approved a recommended price list for items in Memorial Park. The approved prices are as follows:
Type Availability Location in Park Engraving Location Charge / Ea.
Bricks Unlimited On paved areas On brick $100
Trees 50 Throughout park Granite directory and plaque at site $1000
Birdhouses 6 Throughout park Granite directory and plaque at site $3000
Benches 6 Throughout park Granite directory and plaque on bench $5000

All of the money from items purchased for Memorial Park will go into a Memorial Park General Fund. This fund will be used to maintain Memorial Park and to help offset the costs of keeping up the park in future years. Costs associated with purchasing an item also go into the delivery, placement, and upkeep of the item in perpetuity. Included in the purchase of benches, trees, and birdhouses is the cost of inscribing the name of the honoree on the granite memorial rock and on a plaque at the site of each installation.

For more information on Memorial Park, please call (248) 473-1805.