What’s the best time to get the 2021 Huron-Clinton Metroparks
annual park pass? Right now. That’s because the parks system is
providing a special discounted offer of just $35 for annual
passes purchased by Dec. 31, 2020. That one pass can be used to
access each of the 13 Metroparks across Southeast Michigan all
Starting January 1, the
2021 Metroparks annual pass will cost $40 for residents ($29 for
Seniors 62+) of the five counties served – Livingston, Macomb,
Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne – or $45 for non-residents ($34 for
Seniors 62+). But now through the end of the year, everyone can
purchase their 2021 pass for just $35, or $24 for Seniors 62 and
Additionally, any 2021
passes can be used immediately, even before the new year. That’s
up to seven weeks of extra value with the same pass.
“Purchasing an annual pass is the best way to experience
everything our diverse Metroparks have to offer,” said
Amy McMillan, director of
the Huron-Clinton Metroparks.
“Plus, it’s a great value. Nothing else matches it in terms of
what you get and how affordable it can be to get out and enjoy
the great outdoors, which the COVID-19 pandemic has reinforced
just how important that can be. It truly is an investment that
keeps on giving all year long.”
McMillan also noted the new
and improved online
shopping experience, designed to offer a more streamlined
customer experience. Those purchasing an annual pass online this
year will be asked to create an account. They can then use that
same login information when registering for programs, purchasing
gift cards, reserving picnic shelters, and more.
Passes be purchased
or at any Metroparks toll booth. The park offices remain
closed to the public at this time until further notice.
The 13 Huron-Clinton
Delhi, Dexter-Huron, Hudson Mills, Huron Meadows, Indian
Springs, Kensington, Lake Erie, Lake St. Clair, Lower Huron,
Oakwoods, Stony Creek, Willow and Wolcott Mill Metroparks.
One of America’s premier metropolitan park systems, the
Huron-Clinton Metroparks have served the people of Southeast
Michigan since 1940. Managed by the Huron-Clinton Metropolitan
Authority, the Metroparks are made up of 13 properties in
Livingston, Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw, and Wayne counties.
Available activities include fishing, swimming, boating, hiking,
nature study, biking, golf, winter sports and more. The
Metroparks also provide educational resources on science,
nature, history and the environment. Learn more at