Recreation Director, Tod Gazetti
Address: 1600 N Campbell Rd, Royal Oak MI 48067
The Recreation Department is dedicated to providing residents a variety of year-round recreation opportunities that are responsive to your needs, are enjoyable to your families and contribute to your physical and mental well-being.
Recreation and Park Information for you!
Athletic Leagues: Information on youth & adult leagues
Community Centers: Information on the Salter Center and Mahany/Meininger Center
Facility Rental: Information on Pavilion and Facility Rental
Ice Arena: John Lindell Ice Arena
Recreation Events: Information on special events including the Outdoor Art Fair, Tree Lighting Ceremony, Outdoor Concert Series and Music Programs.
Registration: Information on classes and programs.
Parks: City Parks Listing
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If you are registering for a class in person or need information from the recreation office please come see us at the Department of Public Service, 1600 N Campbell Rd (just south of 12 Mile Road). Ph. 248.246.3180
Attention: Adult Men's and Coed Softball league registration will begin accepting team registrations on Tuesday, July 14th for all returning teams. Open registration begins Friday, August 21st. We will continue taking registrations until leagues sell out. Check here for the complete softball registration package.
Special Thanks: A special thanks to the Royal Oak School District for the excellent City-School cooperation which allows us to provide numerous activities in school facilities.
- Grand Slam Partnership Yields Safety Nets: Thank you to Grand Slam Baseball Training Center, Inc., proprietor Phil Roy. for his generous donation to replacing and installing the new safety netting at Memorial Park.
Photo Policy: On occasion, the City of Royal Oak Department of Recreation and Public Service may take photos of participants enrolled in sponsored programs or parks. Please be aware that these photos are for Department use only and may be used in future brochures or flyers.
Royal Oak Recreation is a member of the Royal Oak Opportunity to Serve Foundation, established by the city to accept donations and endowments for the improvement of civic institutions. Donations and bequests may be designated for specific projects at the Senior Center. Check here for further information on ROOTS Foundation.
Our department receives federal funds from the US Department of the Interior. Accordingly, all activities must be operated free from discrimination, on the basis of race, color, national origin, age or handicap. Any person who believes he or she has been discriminated against or who would like further information regarding the prohibition of discrimination should write to:
Director, Equal Opportunity Program
National Parks Service
PO BOX 37127
Washington DC 20013-7127
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