Booth Lake Memorial Park P.O. Box 442 N8465 Townline Road East Troy, WI 53120 262-642-5046 Park Supervisor : Kim Zaeske. Visit their website for fees, times of operation and other information. Booth Lake Memorial Park is jointly owned by the Village and Town of East Troy, and the Town of Troy.
Warren Dog Park The Anne Fracassa Memorial Dog Park is open at Burdi Park, located at Pauline Street and 12 Mile Road. The Fracassa Memorial Dog Park is situated in the southwest corner of Burdi Park, and features a six foot fence surrounding a one acre portion of Burdi Park, with water supply, several park benches, pooper scooper bags and secure access.
Destinations nearby to Congregation Beth El Historical Marker include Village of Bingham Farms, Franklin, Village of Franklin and Township of Southfield. Landmarks in the area include Temple Beth El Historical Marker, Bloomfield Plaza Shopping Center, Bloomfield Hills Plaza Shopping Center and Franklin Village Historical Marker.
Cummingston Park in Royal Oak Michigan; Cummingston Park, a Park, in Royal Oak, MI 48073, address and phone number. Parks provide information on indoor and outdoor recreational areas and facilities, playgrounds, ball and athletic fields, trails, and general outdoor nature areas.
Henry Ford Medical Center - Troy is a full-service care center, offering primary care, behavioral health, an epilepsy clinic, laboratory services, orthopedics, pharmacy, skin care and x-rays. Located on Livernois Road and Big Beaver Road (sixteen mile road) near I-75 freeway.
The 41-acre Raintree Park is one of Troy's major parks, offering a variety of recreational activities and accommodations. Located on the west side of John R between Big Beaver and Wattles, Raintree Park hosts a nine-hole disc golf course, ball diamond, soccer field, two play structures, a picnic shelter and a sand volleyball court.
The Birmingham Museum of Art is located at 2000 Rev. Abraham Woods, Jr. Blvd (formerly 8th Avenue North) in downtown Birmingham. The Museum sits on the corner of Rev. Abraham Woods, Jr. Blvd. and Richard Arrington, Jr. Boulevard (21st Street North) on the left (north-west) side of the street. Parking. Free parking is available in the Museum lot, located behind the Museum off Richard Arrington, Jr. Boulevard.