43390 Thirteen Mile Road
Novi, Michigan 48377
Park Shelter Reservations Available: No
This 11 acre park was opened on August 24, 2013. Hundreds of residents came out to enjoy the festivities and play at the new park. The park sits on the southern shore of Walled Lake and consists of walking paths, a fishing pier, picnic plaza, parking and waterfront seating. Just a short walk (.2 miles) to the west is Lakeshore Park with additional amenities: sand volleyball, swim beach, Horseshoe pits, BBQs, picnic shelters, play structures and over 10 miles of mountain biking and multi-purpose trails.
The Pavilion Shore Park has a rich history as the former home of the Walled Lake Amusement Park and the Walled Lake Casino. The Pavilion Shore Conservancy is an organization that is dedicated to preserving the area's unique heritage and promote its environmental, educational and recreational resources.
Click here for state of Michigan Fishing License information, Children 17 and younger are exempt.
September 28, 2016
The restroom shelter opened Sept. 28, 2016, as Mayor Bob Gatt, State Rep. Kathy Crawford and PRCS Director Jeff Muck addressed attendees. Although not available for rentals, the facility provides welcome shade and restrooms to park patrons, local joggers and cyclists along the southern shores of Walled Lake.
August 5, 2016
The foundation is poured and the restroom walls are being constructed.
June 30, 2016
The roof was installed on the new restroom/shelter at Pavilion Shore Park now that the foundation and beams are set. The project is targeting completion by Labor Day.
June 2016 Restroom/Shelter Construction Progress
Improvements at Pavilion Shore Park
City Council approved the summer 2016 construction of a restroom/shelter at Pavilion Shore Park. The 50x30 structure will use design elements from the Walled Lake Dance Hall and casino from the 1920s.
Pavilion Shore Park Restroom / Shelter Plans
Fate of Empires, a sculpture by international artist and Novi resident, David Barr reflects the rise and fall of empires, and ties in to the rich history of Pavilion Shore Park and its many past identities (including Walled Lake Amusement Park and the Walled Lake Casino). Thanks to a generous donation from The Novi Parks Foundation, Fate of Empires was purchased and installed at Pavilion Shore Park.
January 14, 2016
Pavilion Shore Park restroom/shelter timeline established:
PRCS Commission presentation – January 21
Planning Commission – February 3
City Council final approval – March 28
Construction Begins – May 1
January 2016 Restroom/Shelter Conceptual Rendering
January 2016 Restroom/Shelter Location
September 28, 2015
Architectural and engineering firm Fishbeck, Thompson, Carr & Huber, Inc. awarded contract to design a restroom/shelter for Pavilion Shore Park.
The need for restroom facilities was identified, replacing 2017-18 plans for a water feature and play structure.
Pavilion Shore Park Open House/Opening Day
March 11, 2013
Public Input Session conducted as a requirement of Phase 3 Grant Application to Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund.
Construction has begun at Pavilion Shore Park, located at Old Novi and 13 Mile Roads, necessitating a closure of the park through mid-summer 2013. During this time, we encourage citizens to enjoy the amenities at other nearby parks. A comprehensive listing of park and amenities can be found by clicking here.
Pavilion Shore Park Timeline
This is an estimation of work timeline which may be adjusted due to weather, etc.
Equipment Mobilization and Site Preparation – October 29, 2012-January 7, 2013
Boardwalk Construction – January-April
Landscape Walls and Terrace Construction – January-April
Grading, Electrical, and Sewer – April-May
Landscaping including Bollards, Flagstone, Bench and Table installation – June-mid-July
Construction of Phases 1 and 2 of the Pavilion Shore Park has been awarded to a contractor and scheduled to begin in fall 2012. Completion is anticipated in July 2013.
Highlights of Phase 1 and 2 include:
General Conditions and Site Preparation, Utilities & Electrical, Site Improvements, Shoreline Stabilization and Native Plantings, Landscaping, Irrigation, Two Parking Areas, Additional Walks and Pier
Matters from September 10, 2012 Council Meeting:
Approval to award a construction contract for Pavilion Shore Park Phases 1 and 2 to V.I.L. Construction, Inc., the low bidder, in the amount of $1,492,175.
Approval to award an engineering services agreement with URS Corporation for construction engineering services related to Pavilion Shore Park Phase 1 and 2 in the amount of $144,719.
January 26, 2012 - Development Plans Approved for Landings Park - Construction will begin this summer at the park property located at Thirteen Mile and Old Novi Roads on Walled Lake
At the regular City Council meeting held on Monday, January 23, City Council has approved the design concept for the development of the 11-acre property commonly known as Landings Park. The initial development of the park, estimated to begin in late summer 2012, will include a stone waterfront and pier on Walled Lake, biking and walking paths intersecting the park, interpretive gardens and landscaping, a picnic lawn, and parking area.
Read the full press release.
Landings Concept Presentation
The development of the Landings Park property at Old Novi Road and 13 Mile was discussed at the January Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Commission Meeting, with the below Concept being presented by architectural firm Hamilton-Anderson. Following a public input session in December, an updated plan was presented to commissioners. The design concept as approved at the January 23, 2012 Council Meeting.
Landings Concept Presentation (8.3 MB)
(To be presented to the Parks, Recreation & Cultural Services Commission on 1/12/12.
NOTE: The parking area envisioned on page 8 of the concept presentation would be expected on one side or the other of East Lake Drive, not both. )
Estimated Project Totals by Phase
|Phase 1 - General Conditions and Site Preparation, Utilities & Electrical, Site Improvements, Shoreline Stabilization and Native Plantings, Landscaping
|Phase 2 - Additional Walks and Pier
|Phase 3 - Pavilion and Waterfront Picnic Plaza
|Phase 4 - Site Lighting and Play Equipment
|Phase 5 - Water Feature and Bath House
For more information, please contact Jeff Muck, Director, Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services via email or at 248-735-5611.