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Featured happenings at Belle Isle

  • Annual Spring Clean-Up

    Join us for a morning of fun with a purpose.  We will be bringing Belle Isle to life, for the season, with our Annual Spring Clean-Up. This year we will meet at the Flynn Pavilion for registration, site assignments and refreshments. Registration begins at 8:30 am and we will work until 12:00 noon. Refreshments will be served at 12:00 noon, as well. Bring some gloves and join! Sign up with this link:

  • We've moved offices

    The Belle Isle Conservancy office has moved to a new location. The new address is 300 River Place Drive, Suite 2800, Detroit, MI 48207.

  • Recreation Passport Information

    Starting Feb 1st, 2015, all vehicles that access Belle Isle will require a Michigan Recreation Passport or Daily Pass for Non-Michigan registered vehicles. Pedestrians and bicyclists are not required to have a Recreation Passport. The pass is required per vehicle and not for individuals. Click here for more details.

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11:00 am 6th Annual Daffodil Day Luncheon @ Detroit Yacht Club
6th Annual Daffodil Day Luncheon @ Detroit Yacht Club
Apr 15 @ 11:00 am – 2:00 pm
“Helping to restore Belle Isle, one daffodil at a time” WEDNESDAY, APRIL 15, 2015, 6th ANNUAL  DAFFODIL DAY LUNCHEON April 15, 2015 Detroit Yacht Club Pewabic tiles and Daffodil Day notecards available for purchase Speaker:  John…more
10:00 am Nature Tots @ Belle Isle Nature Zoo
Nature Tots @ Belle Isle Nature Zoo
Apr 17 @ 10:00 am – 10:45 am
Join us for a FREE program for children ages 2-4 years and their adult caregivers. Enjoy stories, crafts and activities as we use our senses to explore nature together! Programs will be held on the…more
5:00 am Belle Isle Stewardship Day @ Nashua Trail
Belle Isle Stewardship Day @ Nashua Trail
Apr 18 @ 5:00 am – 8:00 am
On Stewardship Saturdays, volunteers can help remove invasive plant species from the island. The purpose of this task is the preservation of Belle Isle’s old growth forest by pinpointing invasive plants such as honeysuckle and…more