Planning

​Orion Oaks County Park, located in Lake Orion and Orion Township, was established in 1980. The 916-acre park features a dog park, fishing and boating on Lake Sixteen, and 12.7 miles of unpaved hiking and mountain biking trails. Orion Oaks preserves valuable open space and natural areas in the Clinton River watershed.​​


Planning News

Park planning at Orion Oaks is underway. When completed, the park plan will be presented to the Oakland County Parks and Recreation Commission to receive and file. The concepts in the park plan will be incorporated into Oakland County Parks' 5-Year Parks and Recreation Master Plan. The 5-Year Plan will be submitted to the Parks Commission and the County Board of Commissioners for approval in December 2017 and to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources in February 2018. Contact Donna Folland at follandd@oakgov.com or (248) 736-9087 with questions or for more information. Thank you. ​​​


Resources

Orion Oaks Master Plan
The Orion Oaks Master Plan was completed in 2001.​​​ The plan "respects the natural environment of the park, while providing minimal facilities to make the park more accessible to all segments of Oakland County residents."

Orion Oaks 2001 Master Plan Poster

Orion Oaks 2001 Master Plan Schematic​​​