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Blue graphic with information on Oak Park Pool programs for summer 24
The City of Southfield and City of Oak Park have entered into an intergovernmental agreement that will allow Southfield residents to use the Oak Park Pool throughout the summer at Resident rates. You must show your ID at registration to receive the Resident rate. Payment for Oak Park Pool programs is by cash only.

The Oak Park Pool is located at 14300 Oak Park Blvd. (between Greenfield and Coolidge) and features zero depth entry and a splash zone for the kids to enjoy. Call them at (248) 691-7555 for more details on any of the programs mentioned below.

2024 Swim Season
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday 2:00-7:00 pm

Friday 1:00-8:00 pm

Saturday & Sunday 1:00-6:00 pm

Open Swim Daily Rates
Resident rates apply to residents of Oak Park, Ferndale, Hazel Park, and Southfield. You must show your ID at registration to receive Resident rate.
Payment for Oak Park Pool programs is by cash only.

• Ages 3 and Under FREE

• Ages 4-54 $4 per day

• Ages 55 & Up $3 per day
Blue graphic with details on the July 21 Southfield Day at the Oak Park Pool
Southfield Days at the Oak Park Pool are special times set aside for Southfield residents to enjoy time at the pool together. Southfield Days feature free admission for Southfield residents (you must show ID) along fun activities and free refreshments for the first 40 residents at each Southfield Day.

2024 Southfield Days at the Oak Park Pool
JULY
• Sunday, July 21 6:30-8:30 pm

AUGUST
• Sunday, August 3 6:30-8:30 pm
• Saturday, August 4 6:30-8:30 pm
Summer 2024 Parks & Recreation Activities Guide Cover features summer camp kids playing with a colorful parachute outside

Summer 2024 Parks & Recreation Activities Guide

Summer fun is on the way with the newest edition of Parks & Recreation Activities Guide! Information on Summer Day Camps for the kids, all our free outdoor concert series, and fun, new programs are included. Keep an eye out for the guide in your mailbox!

There have been changes to programs since the guide was sent to print.
The CPR and AED Training (page 33) scheduled for Tuesday, July 16 has been moved to Tuesday, July 23 at the same time and location.

Registration can be done online for many 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, 9am-5pm).

Summer 2024 Parks & Recreation Activities Guide

Volunteer Information

(to satisfy Community Service requirement)

Volunteer at a Special Event

The success the Parks & Recreation Department enjoys with its special events is due in no small part to the generous help of our volunteers. From helping in behind-the-scenes ways such as with set up or clean up, to helping throughout the event in situations such as running a game area or helping with the children’s arts and crafts area, volunteers are an essential part of our programs. Please email Cathy Fresia, cfresia@cityofsouthfield.com or call her at (248) 796-4603 if you are willing to volunteer at a Parks & Recreation Department special event. Community service will be documented for any credit needed.

 

Volunteer to Help with Senior or Therapeutic Recreation Programs

The City of Southfield has specific volunteer opportunities available relating to seniors and/or therapeutic recreation (recreation programs designed for those individuals with disabilities). Opportunities to work directly with these groups within programs such as bounce volleyball, wheelchair basketball, golf, tennis, etc. are available by contacting Cathy Fresia cfresia@cityofsouthfield.com at (248) 796-4603. Contact hours will be recorded for those needing documentation for school.