Top 5 Hidden Treasures in Macomb Township
From an expansive ice arena to indoor water fun, Macomb Township boasts recreation options for families and individuals.
This state-of-the-art, 57,000-square-foot center has an indoor water park complete with two pools, water slide, lazy river and other features. There's a child watch room, teen game room, workout facilities, figure-eight running track and more.
Figure skaters, hockey players and folks who just enjoy open ice time congregate at this sprawling arena next to the township rec center. It has two NHL-sized ice surfaces, a pro shop, skate rentals, a food stand and more.
This 94-acre park is generally open from April 15 to the first snowfall. It has a one-mile asphalt walking path, two football fields, two soccer fields, three lighted baseball diamonds, an inline skating rink, a playscape, a picnic pavilion, a concession stand and restrooms.
The library's main and south branches are in neighboring Clinton Township, but Macomb Township is home to the north branch. A sizable collection, computers and children's room with book-lined walls, puppets and tables and comfy chairs make this a great family stop.
Macomb Township hosts multiple golf courses, including Sycamore Hills, Hickory Hollow and Cracklewood. For a complete listing, check out our directory before you hit the greens this spring.
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