Quality Inn & Suites Banquet Center
30375 Plymouth Rd.
Livonia, MI 48150
Phone: (734) 261-6800
Fax: (734) 261-9478
If you are looking for a place where you can practice your golf skills then your search ends at the Oasis Golf Center. Here, amateur as well as professional golf enthusiasts can polish their abilities at the spectacular Golf Dome or at the driving range. The Golf Dome at the Oasis Golf Center is the only one of its kind in Wayne County; it's large enough to accommodate many golfers and leaves no room for complaint. With more than 150 tee stations, artificial and natural grass, the driving range gives an authentic golfing experience. The place also offers miniature golf so get your little ones along and watch them hone some golfing skills.
Located in the midst of wetlands and forest, the Inkster Valley Golf Course uses these natural elements and, instead of changing the environment, uses it to create challenging obstacles for an unsuspecting golfer. Most holes in this course, therefore, have some water related obstacle. The full fledged 18-hole course is considered to be one of the top hundred courses in the country by GolfLink. There is a clubhouse with a grill and can seat up to a hundred people.
Founders Sports Park in Farmington Hills offers visitors a variety of options for play. The 101 acre (488840 yards) park offers a shuffle board court, six soccer fields, eight baseball fields, four volleyball courts and two basketball courts. Call ahead to know more.
Dearborn Hills Golf Course has 18 holes of championship golf and is Southeast Michigan's premier public golf course. Built in the early 1920s, the grounds have a historic charm. After you play, stop by the bar for a drink. You can even swing by the pro shop in case you need something to improve your game on this challenging course. The beautiful clubhouse is also available to rent out for events.
Located just half an hour from the city center of Detroit, the Dearborn Racquet & Health Club covers all your fitness needs. This state-of-the-art center features top-notch workout equipment, indoor tennis and racquet ball courts, an olympic size swimming pool, indoor track and much more! Parents needn't worry about finding time to go to the gym as kids are welcomed at the DRHC, whether it's one of the many activities on offer for them or in the supervised playroom. Group fitness classes can also be found here, ranging from spin, yoga and karate to mat pilates, circuit training and zumba. Visit the website to know more.
The Plymouth Cultural Center Ice Arena is a "green geothermal" ice arena, the only one in Michigan, as a matter of fact. Families enjoy coming to the Ice Arena for some winter fun during open skate. In addition to regular open skate, the Ice Arena also hosts hockey leagues as well as a regular drop in hockey game.
The Hall of Fame is the automobile industry's own monument to its pioneers, innovators and captains. It was located in Midland, Michigan, until this 25,000-square-foot building was built adjacent to Greenfield Village in 1997. A 65-foot-long, 12-foot-high mural by artist and former car designer John Gable illustrates the history of the motor vehicle. Interactive exhibits and historical information abound throughout the Hall, with biographies of the more than 150 inductees. A package admission can be purchased to include the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village.
Plum Hollow Country Club is a private clubhouse nestled in a picturesque setting. This members-only facility was established in 1921 and offers guests unrivaled hospitality. Enjoy rounds of golf on their state-of-the-art course, or a swim or game of tennis. A great place to dine, they also feature multi-purpose rooms and excellent services ideal to host wedding receptions and special functions.
Located at the Inn at St. John's, the St. John's Golf & Conference center features a 27-hole golf course, ranked as one of the top courses in Michigan. The Mission Grille is located at the golf course so you can grab a bite to eat after your game. In addition to the golf course, St. John's also features space for conferences, meetings, and other various events, with one ballroom and various smaller meeting rooms.
Jerry Matthews Natural Course Design of Lansing created this beautiful golf course from a barren and flat acreage of land. The course also includes a clubhouse that can be rented out for private parties, golf-related or not! Call or see the website for more information.
Spread over an area of close to 42 acres, the Bauervic Woods Park is a haven of peace and tranquility amidst the hustle and bustle of Southfield. The heavily wooded park offers an opportunity to reap the benefits of a little outdoor fun without having to venture far from the comfort of your home. While outdoor enthusiasts will find much to rouse their interest along the trails that traverse the park, families with kids will delight in the playground and picnic spots set up here. Keep an eye out for the birds and local wildlife sheltering beneath the verdant canopy of trees, as you make your way through the Bauervic Woods Park. The park is open throughout the year from sunrise to sunset.
This charming little track in the western suburb of Northville is the winter site for harness racing in the Detroit area. Racing begins in October, as soon as Hazel Park Raceway closes, and continues to the beginning of April. With some exceptions, racing is five nights a week, with the track dark Wednesdays and Sundays. Bettors can wager on other races from around the country. Views of the track are better in the 3000-seat grandstand than in the 1500-seat clubhouse. The track has been in operation since 1944, but renovations have kept it modern-looking.