Enjoy the wonderful walking & biking paths in our neighborhood. There are just over a mile of trails in the Heritage Hills Subdivision alone, and about two more miles in Rolling Oaks.
The Heritage Hills path connects to the Wedgewood Commons path by a short trail through the woods near the baseball diamond in Park #1, then across Glouster Circle.
The King's Pointe path can be accessed off Mayfair, across from the trail to Forest Elementary.
Take a hike on the school Nature Trail, right here in our neighborhood at Forest Elementary School.
See the spring wildflower display including Trillium, Wild Garlic, Dutchman’s Breeches, False Solomon’s Seal And Jack-In-The-Pulpit. Avoid disturbing them so that you and others can return to enjoy these treasures. The Nature Trail is a loop, beginning and ending at the Forest Elementary school playground.
There are 7 playgrounds in this square mile for children and residents to enjoy!
There is a baseball diamond in Heritage Hills Park #1, a tennis court in Wedgwood Commons, and a Farmington Hills soccer park off of Farmington.
We are also lucky to live near many wonderful City parks including Heritage Park and Woodland Hills Park (Farmington Hills), Drake SportsPark (West Bloomfield), and Lakeshore Park & Beach (Novi).
These multiple large open commons areas in this Neighborhood are for the residents to enjoy. Please follow these rules to make the parks enjoyable for everyone.
Not sure where to find a park or trail.
Check out our maps.
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