Parks & Recreation

Beverly Park is a 34 acre park located at 18801 Beverly Road. A variety of outdoor recreation opportunities are available including a sled hill and ice skating rink, sand volleyball and basketball courts, two baseball fields and two tennis courts, a large playground, disc golf course, and a wooded natural area with trails for biking/hiking. Rules of the park/pavilion rental can be found here

Also available at Beverly Park, near the playground, is a Little Free Library (LFL). The LFL is a box full of books where children and adults may stop by and take whatever book catches their fancy then later return the borrowed book or bring another book to share. Books are always are gift, they are never for sale. Stickers and bookplates can be found inside the LFL. Photo

Many community events take place at Beverly Park. Click here for more information on the annual events.

The park has a pavilion available for rent for groups up to 150 people. Click here for detailed rental information.

Riverside Park is a half-acre park located at Riverside Drive east of Evergreen Road. The park has a picnic table and grill available and provides access to the mill pond which is part of the Rouge River. Visitors can fish, enjoy nature, and utilize the picnic area.

Nature Preserves
Beverly Hills is home to two beautiful nature preserves. These pieces of natural area in our urban community provide valuable green space in an otherwise developed area.

Douglas Evans Nature Preserve is located on Evergreen Road north of 13 Mile. The 18 acre area is restricted by deed to remain in its natural state. Public access is limited, however visitors are permitted to use the area for walking and nature study.

While dogs are permitted, they must remain leashed at all times and waste must be cleaned up properly. Allowing dogs to roam off-leash is prohibited and violation may be result in a citation. Please do your part to keep our nature preserve beautiful.

The property was donated to the Village in 1973 with the restrictions prohibiting any developments. One exception was granted in 1992 when the Combined Sewer Overflow tank and control building were constructed. Special permission was granted from the donor and the natural area was restored after construction.

The site has been studied by numerous ecologists who note the value of the native plant species in the preserve.

Hidden Rivers Nature Preserve is located on the south side of 14 Mile Road east of Evergreen. The 15 acre area is restricted by deed to remain a natural area. The land peninsula is surrounded by branches of the Rouge River with the northern edge abutting a private golf course. The preserve serves as a valuable plant and wildlife habitat virtually undisturbed by humans.