Michigan Association of County Parks and Recreation Officials (MACPRO)
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About Us

The Michigan Association of Parks and Recreation Officials was formed in the early 1970s. Some of the "founding" members were Genesee, Kent, Oakland, Macomb, Ingham, Mecosta and Saginaw Counties.

Our organization provides county parks and recreation agencies and their staff with a sounding board to develop a common voice for issues related to provision of services, programs and facilities at the county level about the State of Michigan.

Our membership includes 33 out of the 83 counties. Meetings are held quarterly and currently rotate throughout the southern half of Lower Michigan. The annual business meeting is held as part of the Michigan Parks and Recreation Association Annual Conference and Trade Show.


MACPRO exists to serve the interests and well-being of county government sponsored park and recreation lands, facilities, and programs across the State of Michigan. It does this through member education, partnering with others of similar interests, legislative advocacy, networking, and promoting awareness and use of county outdoor recreation facilities by Michigan citizens.

Intrested in finding nearby parks?

Featured Park: Rose Lake Park
Osceola County Parks
Rose Lake Park is located in 48 acres of beautiful pine and hardwood trees on the shores of Rose Lake. There are 160 campsites at Rose Lake of which 45 are made available for seasonal camping. Two bathhouses provide showers and flush toilets. Rose Lake offers a swimming beach, playgrounds, and a boat launch facility, along with a store, a mini-golf course and a dump station.
Contact Info:
By Phone:
(231) 768-4923

Rose Lake Park

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