Riley Park and Sundquist Pavilion
Riley Park and the Walter E. Sundquist Pavilion are centered in the heart of downtown Farmington. The park, with the pavilion, were designed to make Farmington a stronger community. It is now a year-round gathering place for the Farmington community.
More than a decade ago, Walter E. Sundquist, owner of Heeney-Sundquist Funeral Home, stepped forward with a large donation to ensure success of the pavilion which opened in 2005. The park was named after George F. Riley who, through The Riley Foundation, donated the funds for its construction.
Today, Riley Park and the Sundquist Pavilion is home to the Farmington Farmers & Artisans Market, Rhythmz in Riley Park, Swing Farmington, the Harvest Moon Celebration and, in the winter months, the Riley Park Ice Rink.
Riley Park is becoming a fan favorite - voted Metro-Detroit’s 2nd best in WDIV’s Vote 4 the Best Contest in the outdoor concert venue category.
Events are held at the park and pavilion throughout the year bringing Farmington-area residents together to celebrate! So much fun, food, music, singing, art, culture and shopping! It is not available for private events.
Riley Park Ice Rink at Night
Swing Dancing at Sundquist Pavilion