New - Monroe County Parks Riskline-734-240-7252.
Use this telephone number to report any hazards, potential hazards or unsafe conditions at any County of Monroe Park. Its easy:
- Call the telephone number
- State the condition you found at the park
- Describe the location within the park where the condition exits
- State the name of the park where the condition exists
Help us keep our parks safe for everyone by reporting problems so we may correct them. And thank you for your interest and support of the Monroe County Park System.
The County's parks are open to the public from April through October. We start taking reservations for parks on March 1st. You may come into the Monroe County Finance Department, 2nd Floor at 125 E Second St., Monroe, MI 48161 to make your reservation. It is on a first come first serve basis. A fee of $30.00 is required to reserve a pavilion and you will receive a permit for that pavilion. You may make your reservation online by going to the Online Services page.
Our office hours are 8:30 A.M. to 5:00 P.M., Monday thru Friday, our office can be reached at 734-240-7250.
Now available to rent is the Loranger Square Pavilion in downtown Monroe. See the Loranger Square Pavilion link on the left.
Loranger Square Pavilion
Monroe County 5-Year Recreation Plan (pdf)
Sterling State Park
Sterling State Park is also located in Monroe County at 2800 State Park off of Dixie Highway in Frenchtown Township. The park is maintained by the State. For more information you may call 734-289-2715 or visit their website
Monroe County Water Trail Master Plan (pdf)
Monroe County Parks and Recreation Mission Statement
It is the mission of Monroe County Parks and Recreation to plan, acquire, develop, and maintain, in cooperation with all interested individuals and groups, a responsive, efficient, and creative natural resource based park and recreation system available to all citizens, composed of a variety of services, park areas and, special facilities that contribute to the well-being of the individual, the family, and attractiveness, social, and economic health of the Monroe County community.