About

Wilson Park.

Nestled along the scenic Saline River and just a stone's throw from our historic downtown, this 35 acre park is the perfect area for a leisurely stroll or participating in a variety of active sports. The park features include a large playground and a tot-lot, basketball courts, baseball/softball fields, a soccer field, a sand volleyball court, walking/biking paths, several BBQ pits and a reservable pavillion. The park is home to many Milan annual events, including our "Concerts in the Park" series, the Milan Fair, and the "Relay for Life" event.

Pavilion

Milan citizens have long talked about a centrally located pavilion to make more use of our City’s crown jewel

Theater

For concerts, movies, car shows, fairs and major community events, the new Wilson Park Pavilion will be something we can all be proud of!

Active Spaces

We are excited to announce 750 ft of additional pathways for biking, walking and running. A Bioswale and Rain Garden, making our park cleaner and greener!

Market Area

Space for over 30 craft booths, this could be the perfect place for a farmer's market.

Would you like to donate?

We started a kickstarter program which include incentives like early construction walk-throughs, a plaque with your name on a pillar, permanent stage sponsor and a fan favorite is our community hands, where the children of our community can place they hands in the cement and sign their name!

Donate here

How much have we raised so far?

The Wilson Park improvement project costs over $300,000 to complete. We are working with the Michigan DNR Trust Fund, where we are required to raise $130,000. Including the donations from our community we are roughly $20,000 away from our goal!

Contact

Wilson Park Improvement Committee.

Address:

89 Wabash St. Milan, MI 48160

Other Information

Thank you for stopping by and showing interest. If you can please donate to our kickstarter. We are excited about the Wilson park improvements. We think you will LOVE our new park.

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The City of Milan would like to thank our sponsors

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