Parks & Recreation

Recreation on the Move June 2022
Recreation on the Move is back beginning Tuesday, June 21!!
Recreation on the Move will be at these parks, weather permitting, so you can stop by and have fun with us!
Call (248) 796-4620 for more information.

TUESDAYS, 4-6 pm
June 21 Inglenook Park
June 28 Evergreen Hills Golf Course
July 5 Civic Center Park tennis courts
July 12 Bauervic Woods Park

June 23 Beech Woods Driving Range
June 30 Inglenook Park
July 7 Inglenook Park
July 14 Inglenook Park
Summer in the City Concert June 24
Summer in the City Concerts Begin June 24
7 - 9 pm
Southfield Municipal Campus front lawn, 26000 Evergreen Road
Free Admission

Come join us as The Circle of Sound Band opens the 2022 Summer in the City Concert Series on the Municipal Campus front lawn on Friday, June 24! Grab your lawn chair or a blanket to sit on, pack a picnic dinner (no alcohol please) or grab something from one of the food trucks on site and join us beginning at 7 pm.
The Circle of Sound Band will be making their debut on the Summer in the City stage with their blend of R&B, Funk and Pop. The band features the 2017 Detroit Black Music Awards R&B vocalist of the Year, Tabitha Rasul, along with multi-talented Simply Smooth, and Crooner “Mo the MVP” Woods. Backing up these talented vocalists is the Rhythm Section with the outlandish guitarist Tracey "Cat in the Hat" Rich, funky Bassist Marvin "money" Brown, drummer and crowd-pleaser Shawn "Sgt Major" Mims and keyboardist Kevin "Gangsta Boogie" Knott.
Food will be available for purchase beginning at 6 pm from: Cornbread Restaurant & Bar (food truck), Motor City Treats (food truck) and Shelly’s Hot Dog
Please call (248) 796-4620 for more information.
Park*It 2022
6 – 9:30 pm
Southfield Municipal Campus front lawn, 26000 Evergreen Road
Free Admission

Join us for Park It on Wednesday, June 29 on the front lawn of the Southfield Municipal Campus! There will be live music by Momford & Sons beginning at 6:30 p.m., inflatable playscapes (be sure to wear or bring socks with you!), face painting and more. When the sun starts to go down (around 8:20 p.m.) the fun continues with an outdoor movie featuring Encanto so be sure to bring a big blanket or lawn chairs (maybe some bug spray too!) to enjoy the movie from.
This is a FREE event presented by the Southfield Parks & Recreation Department and the Southfield Public Library. Call (248) 796-4620 for more information.
New Trees at Simms Park

Simms and Miller Parks Construction Update

June 3 Construction Update

This week at Simms Park contractors began planting 13 new trees throughout the park. These trees not only replace the six (6) that had to be taken out for construction but add to the parks total tree cover!

At Miller Park the concrete pads for the benches located around the walking path have been poured as has the new court area. Now we wait 30 days for that surface to cure before we can paint and line it!

Both parks remain closed to the public due to the heavy equipment in use. For more information on park projects please call the Park Services office at (248) 796-4630 between 7:30 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday.

Spring/Summer 2022 Activities Guide

Spring/Summer 2022 Activities Guide

Our Spring/Summer 2022 Activities Guide is on its way to Southfield homes today! The guide features dance, tennis, karate, fitness along with information on Summer Day Camps for kids and our popular summer music opportunities like Summer in the City, Gazebo Concerts and Kids Concert series.

Registration can be done online for many programs (except camp and athletic programs), just click the “Register Online Today” button. If you have any questions please call the Parks & Recreation Information Desk at (248) 796-4620 or the Beech Woods Recreation Center Desk at (248) 796-4670 (M-F, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.).

Spring/Summer 2022 Activities Guide

The mission of the Southfield Parks & Recreation Department is to provide excellence and equal opportunity in leisure, cultural and recreational services to all Southfield residents. Our purpose is to provide safe, educationally challenging, convenient leisure opportunities, utilizing public open space and quality leisure facilities to enhance the quality of life for Southfield’s total population that might not otherwise be available.