The largest of our parks, White Park was conveyed to the Township in 1961 by Charles F. White. In 1972, additional land was acquired, increasing the park to its current 26.47 acres.
At White Park you will find a brand new concession stand, complete with press box, public address system and lighting for night games. The concession was funded largely through community donations and constructed by several dedicated members of 3-B Baseball.
This spacious park features six ball diamonds, tennis courts, an exercise trail, playground equipment, 2 shelters, picnic tables and grills.
Located at the corner of Consear and Douglas Roads, White Park offers many hours of outdoor family fun and entertainment.
White Park Walking Trail
To rent one of the shelters, see the Forms Center on the Home Page. To reserve a ball diamond, contact Community Education at 734-850-6038.
If you are interested in purchasing a Memorial Brick for White Park, the forms and information are available on the Home Page, in the Forms Center, Clerk's Department.