Sledding hills are available depending on the weather at several parks in the area. These include the Chief Gene Shepherd Park and the Woodall Neighborhood Park, as well as at the Stony Creek Metropark.
Mae Stecker Park opens its ice rink to the public so long as the weather permits it. You can easily see if the rink is open from its sign, visible from 24 Mile Road.
Walking & Hiking
Many parks in the area are ideal locations for walking, hiking, and biking. Chief Gene Shepherd Park, Heritage Garden, and the Macomb Orchard Trail are just a few of these beautiful areas in Shelby Township.
Stony Creek Metropark
Stony Creek Metropark is a great location for the whole family, complete with a golf course, water slide, play areas, nature trails, and more. This 4,461-acre park features a 500-acre lake, a prime fishing location in Shelby Township.
- Escape Rooms
- Laser Tag
- Sports such as volleyball, tennis, archery, and bocce ball.
- Reptile Zoo
Frequently Asked Questions
Shelby Township is a great place to visit in any season. There is a multitude of activities inside and outside that can be done depending on the season. In the winter, experience a magical snowland of sledding and ice skating. In the summer, green grass and fresh air allow you to hike, bike, and play sports.
There are many wonderful restaurants and food providers in Shelby Township. For more information, check out our guide on what to eat while in Shelby Township.