Mackenzie Fankell Really as many parks as possible but to name a few others that I'd love to be able to access without the need to drive are: Pinckney Recreation Area and Island Lake Recreation Area. There are also lots of Mountain Biking areas some within the MetroParks and others not which I'd also really love to access (basically all those relatively close to Detroit listed here: https://www.mtbproject.com/directory/8011645/detroit-metro). For me I'm interested in places that have trails (for hiking and/or biking) or waterways to kayak/canoe and feel like an "escape from the city", and the easier they are to access the better.
Hi Boratha Tan , yes I've been working on this issue for over 5 years in a variety of cities. My company TOTAGO (www.totago.co) is very much focused on this issue and we have been developing a trip planning tool that integrates a variety of multi-modal transportation options with park and trail information. We only have a small "demo" in the Detroit area so far but we have tens of thousands of users that use our app on the West coast (mostly in Washington state, southern CA, Vancouver BC and Oregon).