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All trips will require a deposit to hold your spot and must be paid in full at least 30 days before each trip. Contact Center Line Parks & Recreation at 586-757-1610 if you have any questions.


coralgablesSAUGATUCK, MI

July 23, Departs City Hall at 7:45 am, return 8:45 pm $102 Residents & $107 for Non-residents. Round trip transportation via deluxe motorcoach. Include lunch at the Coral Gables, built in 1906, and is one of the oldest family owned restaurant sites in the state. Sopping in downtown Saugatuck and a 1.5 hour narated Star of Saugatuck Boat Cruies down the Kalamazoo River. We will be stopping for a quick dinner (on your own) somewhere along the route home.



August 20, bus leaves at 7:30am. $43 Res & $48 for Non-res. This bus always sell out so get your tickts now. Motorcoach Transportation, Admitance to the Amusement Park & Water Park, Lunch and an all day drink pass are included. This is a fun filled day for you and your family, and we do all the driving!!



September 4 & 5. Get ready because we a planning another visit to Mackinac for the Annual Labor Day walk over the Mighty Mac. Tickets are now on sale for this overnight adventure. Day 1 begins with a drive to the Uppper Peninsula with a stop in Mackinaw City before crossing the Might Mac. We will spend the night at the Holiday Inn Express in Sault St. Marie. That evening we will head over to Bay Mills Casino where everyone will receive $10 free play. If Bay Mills isn't your thing take the free shuttle to neaby Kewadin Casino or take a cab and check out the downtown area.  Day 2 (breakfast at hotel included) we depart early so walkers can begin their journey across the Mackinac Bridge. We Will drop off our Bridge Walkers in St. Ignace, those not walking can remain on the bus and enjoy free time in Mackinaw City. We all meet for lunch at Audie's Restaurant and then our journey home. Rate vary depending on occupancy, Triple occupancy is $202 for residents, Double rooms are $221 per person for res, $226 for non-res. Single occupancy also available. Call for details at 586-757-1610. Start making your payments now for this awesome overnight experience.


zoo2Senior Day at the Zoo

Sept 7, Bus leaves city hall at 9:15 am and returns approx. 3:30. This event for Seniors 62 and over and their adult caregiver will receive complimentary admission. Features live music, tram tours, bingo and a senior resource area and zookeeper talks. Bring your own lunch or buy from their vendors. Cost is $2 per person.


Picture2Stratford “A Chorus Line” Sept. 9
Join us for our annual trip to Ontario’s famous Stratford Theatre. Trip includes transportation, dinner & theatre ticket. $90 Res & $95 Non-Res.

Picture3Halloween Family Fun Night
October 15 A family fun night at Blakes Orchard. Unlimited hayrides, barnyard funland, corn maze, straw mountain, storybook barn, cider and donuts. Transportation and ticket. $19 Res & $24 Non-Res.

Picture1Birch Run/Frankenmuth

Nov. 5 Bus leaves from City Hall at 8:30 am We will start the day at Birch Run, then enjoy a couple of hours in Frankenmuth, and lastly a stop at Bronner’s before we head
home. This trip does not include any meals but you will have plenty of time to relax and eat. $5 Res & $7 Non-Res.


Holly Hotel Tea/Dickens Festival
Dec 4 We will take a motorcoach to the Historic Holly Hotel where we will enjoy a fabulous lunch and tea with plenty of time afterwards to enjoy some shopping in downtown Holly during their Dickens Festival. $25 Res & $30 Non-Res.




Center Line Wear


Hat $9

T-Shirt $8

Sweatshirt $26

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