Kids on Playground at Rotary ParkThe Livonia Parks and Recreation Department’s mission is to have safe and enjoyable parks that are designed and maintained to provide the highest amount of pleasure and satisfaction to residents.

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The City of Livonia has more than 1,389 acres of land, which includes three 18-hole courses, one archery range, one community recreation center and 60 park sites. There are 36 developed sites and 24 undeveloped sites. Our parks are a great place for families and groups to gather for picnics and outdoor activities. We continue to update your neighborhood parks by making improvements to play equipment, tennis courts, nature trails, shelters and fitness clusters.

Within your park system we offer:

  • One skateboard park
  • Two ice arenas (three sheets of ice leased to a private operator)
  • Three fitness clusters
  • Three golf courses
  • Three outdoor swimming pools
  • Seven inline skating courts
  • 10 sand volleyball courts
  • 11 designated nature preserve areas some with trails
  • 11 picnic shelters
  • 22 neighborhood parks with play structures
  • 25 soccer fields
  • 32 tennis courts
  • 43 ball diamonds
  • Archery range
  • State-of-the-art community recreation center

Call (734) 466-2900 for information.

For park and facility rental information, visit

Screenshot of Parks Story map Opens in new windowGet a glimpse of some of the more popular parks throughout the city.

Screenshot of Parks Greenspace map Opens in new windowSee an aerial map of the city with parks greenspace indicated.

Help Us Maintain Your Parks

Although crews inspect Livonia park sites on a regular basis, damage or vandalism may occur between crew visits. The next time you visit one of the parks and notice any broken playground equipment, unsafe conditions or vandalism, please report it immediately to the Parks and Recreation Department at (734) 466-2900.

Eagle Scout Projects

Are you looking to earn your Eagle rank? We are happy to assist with a project's development and execution if the project is appropriate and benefits our park system and community. Please complete the form

Walking Paths

Walking paths are available at the following parks:

ParkLength (Feet)Length (miles)
Bicentennial Park2,640 feet0.5 miles
Bien Park
1,969 feet3/8 miles
Clements Circle2,100 feet0.39 miles
Harry Tatigian Park2,050 feet0.39 miles
Jack E. Kirksey Recreation Center2,560 feet0.5 miles
Mies Park3,896 feet3/4 miles
Rotary Park2,640 feet0.5 miles