Marysville City Park (801 E. Huron Blvd.) – Amenities in the 58-acre park include:
- Marysville Community Center (available for rental);
- antique locomotive;
- 6 ball fields;
- 1 basketball court;
- 2 tennis courts;
- 1 pickleball court;
- horseshoe pits (south of tennis courts)
- 7 picnic pavilions (available for rental);
- splash pad;
- bicycle rental (seasonal);
- picnic tables and grills;
- playground equipment including universally accessible Ella’s Playground;
- band shell;
- connections to the Bridge-to-Bay Trail;
- wifi access and charging station;
- free parking;
- cross-country skiing; and
Dog Park (Located on the west side of River Road between Huron Blvd. and Cuttle Road) Two fenced enclosures on site – one for small dogs; one for large dogs. Registration and fob required for entry. Limited parking available.
Living Shoreline (East of Marysville Golf Course along River Road) Boardwalk, native plants and fish habitat.
Mermaid Park (159 Gratiot) – Good fishing spot along the St. Clair River. Stairs lead down to a small boardwalk for fishing access. Parking is free but limited and a port-a-potty, benches and picnic table available on-site.
Morton Park (560 Busha Hwy.) – Home of the SC4 Soccer Complex, 2 picnic pavilions, skateboard/bike park, National Fitness Campaign fitness court, connections to the Bridge-to-Bay Trail and free parking. Soccer field available for rental and restrooms seasonally available.
Outdoor Ice Rinks (across the street from 200 E. 14th St.) – Two lighted ice rinks are seasonally available for hockey games or skating. Benches and fire pit available.
Veterans Park (Along the St. Clair River north of Water Filtration Plant) A short boardwalk provides visitors views of our beautiful riverfront and an ADA Accessible Kayak/Canoe Launch. Benches and other seating available.
Washington Park (Corner of Colorado & 16th Street) – this neighborhood park is great for shade and having picnics close to home. Located south of Washington Elementary School. Limited parking and mini library available.
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