The city of Ann Arbor is turning Huron River Day into a month-long celebration

ANN ARBOR – The city of Ann Arbor has expanded its annual Huron River Day program to cover the entire month of May due to the pandemic.

Huron River Day, Every Day began on May 1st with 11 signs in parks along the Huron River. The signs are located in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and in the Delhi and Dexter-Huron metroparks.

Each sign has a prompt and icons with an activity. This year the city is also hosting the Enviro Challenge. To enter, take a photo with one of the characters and tag @ a2parks on Twitter or @annarborparks on Instagram with the hashtag #HuronRiverDay. Over $ 2,000 in prizes will be awarded in June to support local businesses.


Click here to read the terms and conditions for the competition.

This month there are also self-guided hikes along the Huron River. Ann Arbor Parks & Recreation staff greet participants at each trail and provide information about the area.

Other activities are offered during the summer season.

For a full list of park hikes and more information on celebrating Huron River Day this month, click here.

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