Park Street Parking Structure 333 Park St, Birmingham, MI48009 The Park Street Parking Garage provides four floors of parking steps away from downtown shopping, dining and the…More Palladium 12 Theater. Parking for less than two hours is free, and rates progress by one dollar every hour. Parking for more than six hours is $5. A monthly permit costs $30.
Manor Park Shepardbush St, Birmingham, MI48009 Manor Park is a pleasant park that is free of playgrounds and athletic fields. The park is well kept and has numerous…More trees. Manor Park sits beside railroad tracks and has a large system of trails for walking. The park is ideal for picnics and those looking to enjoy the outdoors in a quiet atmosphere.
Howarth Park Cummings St & Davis Ave, Birmingham, MI48009 Howarth Park is a pleasant park with a baseball diamond and a playground that includes a small climbing wall. Howarth…More Park is in the center of an attractive residential neighborhood.
Kenning Park 2100 E Lincoln St, Birmingham, MI48009 Kenning Park is one of the largest parks in Birmingham. Situated on four acres, it has several baseball diamonds, a…More skate park, four tennis courts and a playground. Picnic tables are another fixture within the park.
Barnum Park Pierce St & E Frank St, Birmingham, MI48009 Barnum Park is a large, well-kept park with professional landscaping. Barnum has a baseball diamond, playground, paved…More paths and several picnic tables.
St. James Park Grant St & Humphrey Ave, Birmingham, MI48009 St. James Park has a playground, soccer field, baseball diamond, tennis courts and a basketball hoop. The park is in the…More center of a residential neighborhood and has a pleasant atmosphere.
The North Old Wodward Parking Garage is located north of Maple and provides five floors of parking in downtown…More Birmingham. Only steps away from downtown shopping and dining, the garage helps relieve street parking congestion.
Parking for less than two hours is free, and rates progress by one dollar every hour. Parking for more than six hours is $5. A monthly permit costs $30.
Pierce Street Parking Structure Pierce St & Townsend St, Birmingham, MI48009 The Pierce Street Parking Structure is located at the corner of Merrill and Pierce, and provides four floors of parking…More in downtown Birmingham. Only steps away from downtown shopping, dining and the Birmingham City Hall, the garage helps relieve street parking congestion. Parking for less than two hours is free, and rates progress by one-dollar every hour. Parking for more than six hours is $5. A monthly permit costs $30.
The Peabody Street Parking Structure is a convenient, 5 story structure located just behind Birmingham's mainstay…More Peabody restaurant. Very clean and well maintained, this parking structure is easily accessed with a digital time system, and the first two hours of parking are free. Business owners and workers have daily passes, and visitors are encouraged to park in the city structures for extra convenience and savings.
A ticket is distributed as you enter the structure and parking is usually open during business hours. The Peabody Street Parking Structure is a convenient place to park and is in walking distance of the city's most popular restaurants, taverns and theatres.
Pembroke Park N Eton St & Windemere Rd, Birmingham, MI48009 Pembroke Park is a large park with several athletic fields. There are two soccer fields, two tennis courts, a basketball…More hoop and a baseball diamond. Pembroke Park has several playground structures and picnic tables for seating.
Poppleton Park 400 Rivenoak St, Birmingham, MI48009 Poppleton Park is located along Woodward Avenue but has playground structures and picnic tables that are far from the…More busy road. Poppleton Park has a baseball diamond, two tennis courts and a playground. The park is pleasant and is mowed regularly.
Quarton Lake Park Oak Ave & Lakeside Dr, Birmingham, MI48009 Nestled between Oak Avenue, Lakeside Drive, West Maple Road and Lake Park Drive, Quarton Lake provides walking and…More running trails with plenty of waterside views. The park also features a dock, public art near Maple Road and a waterfall located on the site where the Rouge River was damned to create the lake. The park is also located along the Rouge River Green Corridor, with a nature trail that weaves its way through Oakland County.
Parks Tailoring 894 S Adams Rd, Birmingham, MI48009 Parks Tailoring is a high quality men's store that offers shoes, clothing and furnishings. Parks has a large selection…More of fine suits, pants, jackets and shirts. The shop has been open since 1984 and has become a staple of the Birmingham community.
Linden Park W Maple Rd & Baldwin Rd, Birmingham, MI48009 Linden Park provides something for everyone. On one end is a handicap-accessible playground, complete with swings and…More slides. On the other end is a wood chip trail that winds its way through scenic woodland. The park can be accessed from Maple Road, Brandon Street and Shirley Road, and it is part of the Rouge River Corridor.
Martha Baldwin Park W Maple Rd & Southfield Rd, Birmingham, MI48009 Named after one of Birmingham's most memorable residents, the Martha Baldwin Park provides an escape for residents in…More the center of town. Located at the intersection of Maple and Southfield, this busy intersection has shady walks, benches and access to Birmingham's hot spots. Formerly a gravel pit, Birmingham matriarch Martha Baldwin purchased the land in the mid-1800s and turned it into a park as part of an effort to beautify the town. The park is crowned by the Heart of the Tetrahydren, a red industrial art piece by Mark Di Suverso.