Marie Park 1300 Marie St, Ferndale, MI48220 Marie Park is a mini-park on the western end of town. The park is located at the end of Marie Street, along Kensington…More Avenue. The park has a "tot lot" and benches.
Hazel Park High School 23400 Hughes Ave, Hazel Park, MI48030 Hazel Park High School serves a portion of Ferndale. It is located two blocks south of Woodward Heights in Hazel Park,…More on the corner of Hughes and Felker avenues.
Lennon Memorial Park (Mapledale Park) Garfield St & Chester St, Ferndale, MI48220 Lennon Memorial Park, also known as Mapledale Park, is a little more than 4 arces. The park has a picnic area, complete…More with grills and trees for shade. There is also a playground area, two small soccer fields and a basketball court. Dogs must be leashed. The park is in the northeast section of Ferndale and located at the corner of Garfield Street and Chester Avenue.
Schiffer Park W 9 Mile Rd & Planavon St, Ferndale, MI48220 Schiffer Park is a mini-park on the corner of Planavon and West Nine Mile Road, across from Via Nove, in downtown…More Ferndale. The park has one picnic table, a drinking fountain, trees for shade and planters filled with flowers hang from the lamp posts. It's a good park to sit and watch the buzz of downtown unfold.
Wanda Park 998 Wanda St, Ferndale, MI48220 Wanda Park is near the southeastern border of Ferndale and Hazel Park, on the corner of Wanda and East Hazelhurst…More streets. A neighborhood park, Wanda has a softball field for youth only, a playground area and a basketball court with two hoops. There is also a horse shoe pit in the southeast corner of the park.
Saratoga Park E Saratoga St & Farrow St, Ferndale, MI48220 Saratoga Park is a mini park in the southeastern end of town, along East Saratoga Street, between Farrow and Bronner…More Streets, surrounded by some of Ferndale's more industrious companies. The park has a small basketball hoop, benches, picnic tables and a grill. Most of the park is open space.
Fair Park Fair St & Jewell St, Ferndale, MI48220 Fair Park is situated along the Grand Trunk Railroad tracks. Running the length of the park is a concrete walking path…More that loops at the northern and southern ends of the park. There are two patches of grass, about the size of a housing lot, for picnicing or playing with the kids. At the north end of the park is a playground area.
Vester Road Park Vester St & Farrow St, Ferndale, MI48220 Vester Road Park is one of Ferndale's mini-parks. The park is just under an acre of land, on the corner of Vester and…More Farrow streets, in the eastern section of town. In this small area, however, there are benches, picnic tables and a playground area. Ball playing is prohibited.
Oppenheimer Park 750 Saint Louis St, Ferndale, MI48220 Oppenheimer Park stretches most of the length of St. Louis St., between Marshall and Fielding streets. To the east, up…More against the park, is Machpelah Cemetery. Most of the park is open space with a playground area in the center of it. Ball playing is prohibited.
Oakridge Park W Oakridge St & Woodward Ave, Ferndale, MI48220 Oakridge Park is a small park on the north border of Ferndale and Pleasant Ridge, just off the corner of Oakridge Ave.…More The park is a small patch of land abutting a couple of houses. Ball playing is prohibited, and no dogs are allowed.
Donald Red Geary Park Central St & Earle Blvd, Ferndale, MI48220 Donald Red Geary Park is a neighborhood park with a baseball diamond, one softball diamond, two designated playgrounds,…More an inline skating rink, two small fields for soccer and a pavillion for gatherings. Geary Park is in the northwest end of Ferndale, between Pinecrest Drive and Central Street, and Earle Boulevard and West Lewiston Avenue. In the northwest corner of the park itself is the Heroes Garden, a small plot of young growth dedicated to the victims of 9/11, as well as the veterans of America's wars. Dogs must be leashed.
Hazel Park Junior High serves students in grades 6 through 8 from a sliver of Fernale's eastern border. It is…More accredited through the North Central Association, which is the largest of the country's accrediting agencies.
Hazel Park Junior High is located in Hazel Park, just off the I-75 service drive, on the corner of Otis and Highland avenues.
Martin Road Park Orchard St & Martin Rd, Ferndale, MI48220 Martin Road Park is the largest park in Ferndale, located on the northeastern border of Ferndale and Hazel Park. Its…More more than 30 acres feature an inline skating rink, lighted softball fields, one large and two small soccer fields, a football field and Ferndale's only public sledding hill. There are also two playground areas, a pavillion for events, picnic tables and benches throughout.
Hodges Imported Cars 23100 Woodward Ave, Ferndale, MI48220 Hodges Imported Cars is a showroom for new and used Subaru cars. There are new models parked in the clean and quiet…More space indoors and used cars parked in the parking lot next to the showroom. This is also a service center and financing options available for purchases.
Webster Elementary School 431 W Jarvis Ave, Hazel Park, MI48030 Webster Elementary School is in Hazel Park and is part of the Hazel Park School District, which serves a small portion…More of Ferndale's eastern edge. Webster is a kindergarten through grade 5 school and is located on the corner of Jarvis and West End streets.
Adult Education Center 420 W 9 Mile Rd, Hazel Park, MI48030 The Hazel Park Public Schools Adult Education Center is on Nine Mile Road, just west of I-75, in Hazel Park. It's part…More of the Hazel Park School District, which serves a small portion of Ferndale's eastern edge. The adult-ed program offers high-school completion, GED preparation and testing, ESL classes, credit-recovery classes and road-testing courses. The adult-ed center also offers a number of online courses.
Terminix 24050 Vance Ave, Hazel Park, MI48030-1212
Harding Park Mapledale St & Paxton St, Ferndale, MI48220 Harding Park is the second largest park in Ferndale. Its north border is the I-696 service drive; to the south is…More Mapledale Street; east and west borders are the backyards of houses along Inman and Grayson streets. The park has an inline skating rink, two small basketball courts, one large (the Robert J. Waldick Memorial Soccer Field) and two small soccer fields, one baseball diamond, one softball diamond and a tot play area. There are also picnic areas with ample tree shade. Dogs must be leashed.