There are a range of clubs and free/low-cost recreational activities in Ypsilanti. Ypsilantians are always looking to create more ways to connect around common interests.

outdoor rec clubs:

performance clubs:

hobby clubs:

  • Slow Fashion Club Sewing Circle

book and study clubs:

garden and nature clubs:

spiritual study clubs:

  • none listed yet

mutual aid and support groups:

(former) notable civic groups and clubs:

outdoor activities:


picnic, frisbee, social gatherings at Riverside Park

soccer, music/film/social gatherings, gardening at Frog Island Park

pickup basketball and diy skate park at Prospect Park

spend an afternoon at Peninsular Dam and Peninsular Park

walk theWater Street Trail, fish, and bird watch at Water Street

(formerly) spend an afternoon at Water Street Commons

disc golf and fish at Waterworks Park

swimming, basketball, and baseball at Recreation Park

picnic, tennis, baseball, and basketball at Parkridge Park

walk and fishing at North Bay Park

walk, bike, or run the Border-to-Boarder Trail

take a walking tour with historian Matthew Siegfried

walk, run, or bike in Highland Cemetery or take anevening lantern tour with James Mann


sledding at Riverside Park

sledding and cross country skiing at Rolling Hills Park

indoor activities:

internet access, study, meeting, and reading atYpsilanti District Library

community meetings at the Freighthouse, Senior Center, andParkridge Community Center

theater, dance, and events at Riverside Arts Gallery

music, puppetry, and events at Dreamland Theater

visit Ypsi museums and galleries:

list of activities in greater Ypsilanti