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Celebration of all Heritages
Community Recreation Centers for the City of Detroit residents and visitors to our city.
To participate in recreation programs and activities each participants must have a valid center membership.
Additional Recreation Center Fees for classes/programs/activities may apply .
Annual Center Membership Fee (*excluded)
Note: All Lenox Recreation Center activities have moved to the DPRD Special Needs Program at Heilmann Recreation Center
Under 5 - $2 for Residents or Non-Residents
Ages 6-12 - $5 for Residents or Non-Residents
Ages 13-17 - $7 for Residents and $10 for Non-Residents
Ages 18-59 - $10 for Residents and $20 for Non-Residents
Ages 60 & over - No Charge for Residents and $10 for Non-Residents
$25 for residents and $35 for Non-Residents
Most notable as having a bustling senior program, Farwell is also home to the Barcus Tennis Facility boasting 24 courts!
The mission of the Butzel Family Center is to provide and promote a world-class multipurpose center or the community by coordinating quality social services and self-help technologies designed to improve the quality of life for Detroit citizens.
Coleman A. Young Community Center located close to downtown, a stone's throw from The Aretha Franklin Amphitheater and nestles next to Lafayette Park, the recreation center named for the city's longest serving mayor, boasts a beautiful swimming pool that is 4 - 12 feet deep! Programming for everyone from youth to seniors! "Meet me at Coleman's!"
Lasky Recreation Center is nestled in the Buffalo-Charles neighborhood, just adjacent to Banglatown. Lasky has a very diverse population including Yemeni, Polish, Bosnian and Bangladeshi.
A shining jewel in southwest Detroit, Patton Community Center is named for decorated U.S. Army General George S. Patton. The grounds of Patton Park offers a variety of outdoors spots recreation as well with 3 softball diamonds. 1 baseball diamond and 5 youth soccer fields.