MAP

& ACCESS

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GETTING TO THE PARK

 

Hours: 5am - 10pm, Daily

Fee: Vehicles entering the island require a recreation passport ($12 annual pass for Michigan residents grants access to all MI State Parks.) Passengers, pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit riders do not require a passport. 

Public Transit: The #12 Conant Bus line stops right in front of the Aquarium/Conservatory complex.

 

Location: The bridge to enter Belle Isle Park is located at the intersection of Jefferson Ave and East Grand Blvd. The Park's administration office  is located at 99 Pleasure Drive, Detroit, MI 48207. 

 

Click HERE to download a park map.                                                               Click HERE to download a self-guided tour map.

 
WHAT TO DO AND SEE

With vast green space, water views, and historic buildings, there are many educational and recreational experiences awaiting you at Belle Isle Park. While the Michigan Department of Natural Resources manages the maintenance of the island as a whole, the facilities are stewarded by a number of different organizations. You will find links to their pages below.  

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Belle Isle Aquarium

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Dossin Great Lakes Museum

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Detroit Yacht Club

Anna Scripps Whitcomb Conservatory

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Belle Isle Nature Center

Belle Isle Boat House