26111 Telegraph Road
Southfield, MI 48034
Phone: (248) 368-6130
Fax: (248) 368-6143
26111 Telegraph Road, Southfield, MI, US, 48034
- Phone: (248) 368-6130
- Fax: (248) 368-6143
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.
This scenic golf course is a perfect place to enjoy a challenging game. A proshop and snack bar are located onsite.
Golf enthusiasts will find this an ideal spot to enjoy live action. An award winning venue with two 18-hole courses, it is host to professional golf tournaments and tickets sell like hot cakes. Tree lined fairways, smooth, rolling greens and loads of hazards make it a spot for some challenges. The north course opened in 1924 and is exclusively for members, while the south course has been witness to some winning thwacks during the 1924, 1937, 1961, 1985 and 1996 U.S. Opens and also hosted the 2008 PGA championships. The clubhouse itself is a replica of George Washington's Mt. Vernon home and is worth a visit.
Kenning Park is the home of four tennis courts, softball and little league facilities, and lots of other outdoor activities.
Offering a variety of family fun activities. Sample some hot chocolate or cappuccino at the snack bar. Hockey, figure skating, and learn-to-skate sessions are available.
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.
Cranbrook House is one of the oldest manor home in Southeastern Michigan, and has amazing gardens to go along with it. Guests interested in visiting the historic home can partake in guided tours, conducted several times a day, where they can learn all about the history of the house. To visit the gardens, guests can give themselves self-guided tours and explore to their hearts' content. The garden greenhouse is also open for visits and has all kinds of special features like 'living walls' and 'demonstration gardens' so you can draw inspiration for your own.
The West Bloomfield Family Aquatic Center is a great option for a family outing. The center features swimming pools, of course, as well as picnic areas, vending machines, and even a banquet and meeting room for private events like birthday parties. In addition to free swim, the West Bloomfield Family Aquatic Center offers various levels of swimming lessons as well as hosting various events throughout the swimming season.
The par for men and women is 34 and the course yardage from the blue tees is 2732 yards and 2196 from the red tees. The clubhouse offers power carts, pull carts, concessions and league play.
The Detroit Zoological Park is one of the nation's oldest and most stately zoos. Its huge main campus is located on land situated in the suburb of Huntington Woods but owned by the city of Detroit. Renovations of many of the zoo's older buildings and new exhibits have modernized the zoo. Popular exhibits include the new Amphibiville, home of the National Amphibian Conservation Center, a Wildlife Interpretive Center and adjacent butterfly/hummingbird gallery, a chimpanzee exhibit, a penguinarium and a model farm. The grounds are large and a free train is often crowded in summer.
The Shenandoah Country Club offers a premier golfing environment for the West Bloomfield community. One of the most appreciated in the neighborhood, this club is perfect for hosting your private, social or corporate events. This 93,000 square foot (8639.98 square meters) club can comfortably accommodate up to 500 guests. For further details, check out the website or call ahead.
Located in the West Bloomfield Woods Nature Preserve, the West Bloomfield Trail goes for 4.25 miles (6.83971 kilometers) through the 28 acre park (135520 yards). In the winter cross country skiing is a common activity on the trail. Wildlife watching can occur no matter the season.