Oakland County Parks and Recreation is offering a group discount rate on its 2016 annual vehicle permits when purchased in lots of 25 or more.
Aimed at businesses, neighborhood associations and other large groups, the discount provides a financial break when the permits are purchased in volume. Purchased individually, the permits are $30 each. The discounted prices are $25 each for 25-100 permits; $20 each for 101-250 permits; or $15 each for 251-500 permits.
The permits provide access to these eight Oakland County Parks that house 68 miles of trails, nature centers, dog parks, beaches and other amenities:
- Addison Oaks – Leonard
- Groveland Oaks – Holly
- Highland Oaks – Highland
- Independence Oaks – Clarkston
- Lyon Oaks – Wixom
- Orion Oaks – Orion Township
- Rose Oaks – Holly
- Red Oaks Dog Park and Nature Center – Madison Heights
In addition, vehicle permit holders receive free entry to the Fourth of July fireworks at Addison Oaks and Groveland Oaks county parks, as well as free parking at the Oakland County Fair on two Oakland County Parks Days in 2016 at Springfield Oaks County Park.
The 2016 annual vehicle permits are valid through Dec. 31, 2016. Contact program administrator Karen Kohn at 258-858-4606 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Oakland County Parks and Recreation is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2016. Throughout the years, the parks system has grown to include more than 6,700 acres of preserved park land within 13 parks. The parks offer residents a wide variety of year-round recreation opportunities. Featured within the parks system are two nature centers, five golf courses, two waterparks, three dog parks, two campgrounds, a BMX track and the Oakland County Market.
Oakland County Parks events can be found on DestinationOakland.com. Join the conversation on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @DestinationOak.