Eliza Howell Park

Eliza Howell Park is a public park in the Brightmoor neighborhood of Detroit, Michigan. The park was originally opened when the family of Eliza Howell, a former Detroit real estate developer, donated 138 acres of their land to the city in 1936.

The park currently has 250 acres of land, making it the fourth largest park in Detroit. Its 2 miles of trails are maintained by neighbors and volunteers. The park is considered a gem for its biological diversity.