The Wyandotte Recreation, Leisure & Culture Department works in conjunction with several sports teams and clubs to provide quality sports programs for our city.
Wyandotte Municipal Boat Ramp Rates
|Senior Citizen Season Pass (65 & Over)||$30|
|Regular Season Pass||$120|
|Daily Launch Fee||$7|
20' & smaller can get a season pass. 20.1' and larger cannot buy a pass, but can launch from the ramp and pay a daily fee. Season Passes may be purchased at the Wyandotte Recreation Department, Monday - Friday from 8:00 am-5:00 pm.
Wyandotte Braves Baseball
The Wyandotte Braves Baseball program is for children from 5 to 18 years of age. The program has teams for t-ball, softball and baseball. The program runs from May until July. Registration for the program is typically the end of February to the beginning of March.
Wyandotte Indians Junior Football and Cheerleading
The Wyandotte Indians offers Football and Cheerleading for children ages 8 to 13 years old. Registration for this program begins in May each year and games run for 8 weeks beginning each September.
Wyandotte Figure Skating Club
The Wyandotte Figure Skating Club is a non-profit volunteer organization formed in 1972 to encourage and develop the sport of figure skating in the Wyandotte and Downriver community. The club is a member of United States Figure Skating (USFS), Detroit Metro Council, and the Tri-State Council. Our programs provide an incentive to learn and progress in the sport. The individual may participate in programs just for recreation all the way up to the serious competitor.
We are a family skating club that has activities for all ages and skill levels. The club skates at the Benjamin F. Yack Recreation Center from August through March.
Wyandotte Warriors Hockey Association
The Wyandotte Warriors Hockey Association offers Hockey programs for children up to 18 years of age. Registration begins in March and games run from October through January.
Wyandotte Wildcats Swim Team
The Wyandotte Wildcats Swim Team is for children ages 5 to 18. This is not a ‘learn to swim program’. Children must already know how to swim prior to joining. The program has two sessions: January to April and May through July.
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The Wyandotte Woodcarvers is a local group dedicated to the craft of woodcarving. In this group, you will learn about the proper use of knives, gouges, and the difference between types of wood. Children 14 years of age or older may participate if accompanied by an adult.
The Copeland Center, 2306 4th Street, Wyandotte
6:00pm to 9:00pm
$15.00 annual dues, each additional family member $5.00.
For more information about this program, please stop by a meeting.