Jack Tibbs Memorial Park
Located on the former Manitou Beach Elementary property, Jack Tibbs Memorial Park has two access points: one off Pine Street and the other off Manitou Road across from Townley Highway. The park has an enclosed pavilion, playground, softball diamonds, open green space and a wooded area with paved and gravel parking, picnic tables and grills. It is closed during the winter months.
The park was named for Jack Tibbs Jr., a longtime resident and businessman.
Ramsdell Nature Park
Ramsdell Nature Park is located near the intersection of Glen Hill Highway and Forrister Road in southern Rollin Township. The 180-acre park is open from sunrise to dusk. Fishing, a picnic shelter and tables, playground equipment, grills, a rustic toilet, hiking, native tallgrass prairies, walking trails, birding opportunities and cross-country skiing in the winter are among the park's amenities. It was given in 1988 to Lenawee County by David Ramsdell for public use.
The park's physical address is 1957 Glen Hill Highway, Clayton, MI 49235.