Sports and Recreation
here are many opportunities for both indoor and outdoor recreation in Saline and the surrounding communities. The Saline Recreation Center offers state-ofthe-art updates that include a gym, pools, aerobic studio and a large array of classes for everyone. If outdoor activities are more your style, then you’ll love to visit some of the area parks in Saline. Nature trails, cross country skiing, pavilion rentals, dog walks, baseball fields and community events are all in Saline parks throughout the city. Nearby townships and the city offer an even wider range of outdoor fun such as camping, hunting and horseback riding. Don’t miss the beauty of outdoor life in Saline, something special all year long.
Saline Recreation Center 1866 Woodland Drive Saline, MI 48176 Telephone: 429-3502 Director: Carla Scruggs Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Recreation Secretary: Jody Roberts Recreation Supervisor: Sunshine Lambert Facility Manager: Lindsey Stewart Aquatic Coordinator: Stephanie Ferguson
Saline Area Soccer Association • Youth Soccer (Ages 4 & Up) • Full Time Director of Development • Recreational & Competitive Leagues • Fall & Spring Outdoor Seasons Register in June for Fall Soccer Register in January for Spring Soccer
The facility includes: • Basketball courts • Volleyball courts • Racquetball court • Wallyball court • 1/16 mile indoor track • 1 1/4 mile outdoor trail • 25 yard competitive pool • 4-foot leisure pool • 7-person hot tub • Water basketball and climbing wall • Weight Room • Cardiovascular equipment • Aerobics studio • Tennis courts • Softball fields
For more information visit our website at
www.salinesoccer.org or call 734-780-2162
• Play structures • 5-hole disc golf course • Childcare and more
Youth and adult aerobic, health and fitness, sporting, and aquatic programs are available throughout the year. They offer parent and child classes, and numerous specialty classes such as snorkeling, scuba, yoga and balance ball yoga.
Saline Public Parks Telephone: 429-3502
Mill Pond Park Bennett and Mill Streets Located on 54-acres along the Saline River and offering a large wooden, children’s play structure, picnic area with pavilions, soccer fields, one-acre fenced-in dog park and walking trails. In the winter, this park is ideal for cross country skiing. The Saline Celtic Festival is held here usually the second Saturday in July.
Stonecliff Park Saline River Drive This small 4-acre park is ideal for picnics or various outdoor games.
Colony Park Colony Street The perfect place to enjoy a picnic with the family. This 6acre park includes a children’s play area and natural area.
Tefft Park Woodland Drive and Textile Road On the site of the Saline Recreation Center, this 34-acre park offers a children’s play area, basketball and tennis courts, softball diamonds, iceskating rink, volleyball courts, and a picnic area and cross country skiing. A 5.5-acre natural area is perfect for a small hike. Brecon Park North Harris Street This 6-acre park offers a Continued on Page 23