Parks & Trail Information

Introducing Southeast Michigan ParkFinder App! 2,600+ parks: Search playgrounds, ball fields, beaches, trails, monuments, golf courses, and more. Available free-of-charge on Apple’s App Store and the Google Play store, the app enables users to search from over 2,600 parks within Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw, and Wayne Counties. This interactive map is the result of regional cooperation and features everything from neighborhood playgrounds to state and national parks. Click the logo below to explore parks in your area!




List of parks located in Marine City:

Park List (with pictures)

Mariner Park Pavilion:

The Mariner Park Pavilion is a beautiful covered picnic pavilion equipped with electricity, picnic tables, trash
receptacles, and a dedicated outdoor grill. It can accommodate 100 people. It is the perfect venue for group outings, family reunions, beach parties, or small weddings. Rental options are available 7 days a week (excluding major holidays and community events). The City Commission shall have the authority to waive or modify any fees or policies associated with the use of the Mariner Park Pavilion. All park rules apply to the Mariner Park Pavilion.

For rental information, please see the Pavilion Rental Application below:
Mariner Park Pavilion Rental Application

For Pavilion availability, please see the Mariner Park Pavilion Rental Calendar on this page or call the City Offices at (810) 765-8846.

January 6, 2020 — Marine City Residents
February 3, 2020 — Non-Residents


Bike and Blue Way Trails:

St. Clair County Blueway Trails Map!
Southern St. Clair County ~ No Wake Zones Map


Detroit Zoo Tickets:



Marine City is excited to offer discounted Detroit Zoo tickets to residents! For special offers and to purchase tickets, please click on the image above.  


Adopt – A – Park:

Marine City’s beautiful parks need help! Try out your gardening skills or just help clean up debris! Giving back to your community makes you feel good and helps the City stay beautiful. Community Service hours available.

The Adopt-A-Park Program is a great way to help the City maintain its beautiful parks! Groups or individuals may “adopt” a park by completing and submitting the application found below. If approved by the City, the applicant must then complete and submit the “Park Maintenance Plan” within 30 days of receiving approval. This form ensures that the City knows what maintenance will be completed by the applicant. Each approved agreement is valid for “one year” and expires on December 31st annually. For groups or individuals wishing to renew their agreements, applications must be submitted before the current agreement expires. The deadline for new or returning participants to submit an application for consideration is December 1st annually. 

To Adopt – A – Park, contact the Department of Public Works at (810) 765 – 9711 or email: mitrich@marinecity-mi.orgWe appreciate your time and participation! For full program details and rules, please reference the Adopt-A-Park Program Guidelines within the application.

Adopt-A-Park Program Guidelines & Application
Marine City Volunteer Application (for Community Service hours)

Park Name Adoption Status Adopted By
Broadway Park (100 Broadway) Adopted MC Garden Club
Civic Women’s Club River Park (Water Street) Available  
Corwin M. Drake Memorial Park (401 S. Water Street) Adopted Historical Society of Marine City
Heritage Square (300 Broadway) Adopted MC Garden Club
King Road Park (6370 King Road) Available  
Lighthouse Park/Guy Center (303 S. Water Street) Available  
Mariner Park/Pavilion (134 N. Water Street) Available  
Marine City Public Beach (200 N. Water Street) Available  
Nautical Mile Park (477 S. Water Street) Available  
South Main/Washington Mini Park – Tot Lot ADOPTED  Marine City Lions Club
Ward Cottrell Park (601 Ward Street) Available  
Watchman Park (131 S. Water Street) Available  
Waterworks Park (229 S. Water Street) Available