Clintonwood Park Clarkston MI Review, pics, and info – Clintonwood Park in on Clarkston Road in Clarkston, Michigan features a spray park, the NEW Ryan Kennedy Memorial playground, tournament baseball and softball diamonds, and much more.
Clintonwood Park in Clarkston, Michigan is a large park that boasts an impressive amount of amenities for sports fans. Clintonwood Park is operated by the Independence Township Parks and Recreation Department. Clintonwood does not charge vehicle admission making it ideal for free summer fun.
Clintonwood Park Clarkston Features
- 4 baseball diamonds
- 3 softball diamonds
- 4 full-length Soccer Fields
- 4 tennis courts
- 4 sand volleyball courts
- basketball courts
- an inline skating rink (roller hockey)
- sheltered restroom facilities
- Two pavilions for rent
- A small playscape
- Clarkston Spraypark (requires admission fee)
- A walking trail surrounding the perimeter of the park
- Concession stands (open on league game nights)
The expansive Clintonwood Park is well-maintained and well-used. The fields are all marked clearly, provide suitable seating and even concession on some league nights.
Clintonwood Park Clarkston Pics
Parking is a chore if you’ve never been there as the park is large and extremely spread out. You may have to drive a bit to find where you want to stop.
Despite the park being extremely sports-intensive, there are plenty of picnic tables and sitting areas to relax. The park used to have a skimpy playground but in 2017, they unveiled a large playscape call the Ryan Kennedy Memorial Playground. I love the fact the park doesn’t charge for admission. It’s a great place to take the kids even if they don’t play soccer, football or baseball.
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Clintonwood Park Clarkston MI
6000 Clarkston Road
Clarkson, MI 48348
Independence Township Parks and Recreation
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