Welcome to Michigan Memorial Park
In 1926, Michigan Memorial Park was founded by the honorable Judge William M. Heston who was also a well known first two-time All American football player at the University of Michigan. Since inception it has continued to be family owned and operated.
Set on the banks of the serene Huron River, Michigan Memorial Park has grown to 290 acres and serves all of South Eastern Michigan.
Today, Michigan Memorial Park still strives to contribute to its communities by hosting many annual events, such as: fishing derbies for vision and physically challenged children; free camping to scouting and youth groups; American Red Cross blood drives; a candlelight vigil for children loved, missed and remembered; an Identity Theft Shred Day, and many more. A new event that was recently formed was a walking club where members' miles are tracked and incentives are awarded during the months of April through October.
The future at Michigan Memorial Park also holds many bright promises, including the continual expansion of services, a pledge to lead with innovations that will set the pace for the industry, and a lasting commitment to growing generations of families in the Downriver Communities.