Mae Stecker Park
The crack of a bat and the roar of a crowd are some of the many sounds of Summer you’ll hear almost any day or night of the week at Mae Stecker Park. Opened in 1974, this 14-acre parcel was named in memory of a former Shelby Township Clerk. The park is located at 8600 Twenty Four Mile Road, on the south side, east of Van Dyke.
Mae Stecker Park Sign
Mae Stecker Park’s playscape was erected in 1997 with financial assistance from the Shelby Township Fraternal Order of Police. The tennis courts, and sand volleyball pits make this park popular for all ages.
Park Playscape
The park’s features include a small indoor pavilion with modern restrooms and meeting room, 3 lighted softball diamonds with electronic scoreboards, basketball courts, 1.5 mile hiking trail, picnic tables, tot lot & Shelby FOP playscape, sand volleyball pits, tennis courts, and a picnic shelter. For more information about Mae Stecker Park, please phone the Parks, Recreation & Maintenance Department at 586.731.0300.
Playscape 2

MSP aerial view


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