Did You Celebrate Annual Mud Day

The lake was created by mixing approximately 20,000 gallons of water with 200 tons of topsoil. The event, which is sponsored by the Wayne County Parks Department, draws about 1,000 children each year.


The lake was created by mixing approximately 20,000 gallons of water with 200 tons of topsoil. The event also holds various contest like “Mud Limbo” and wheel barrow races.



At noon,
King and Queen Mud were crowned.Logan Sibel (L), age 12, of Redford, Michigan and Sarah Rojewski (R), age 11, of Livonia, Michigan, get some relief from the heat by playing in a gigantic lake of mud at the annual Mud Day event July 6, 2010 in Westland, Michigan.



Michigan. Riley Hunt, age 9, of Westland, Michigan, gets some relief from the heat by playing in a gigantic lake of mud at the annual Mud Day event July 6, 2010 in Westland, Michigan.



The event, which is sponsored by the Wayne County Parks Department, draws about 1,000 children each year.



More than 200 tons of topsoil and over 20,000 gallons of water are mixed to produce a huge pool of mud, where both kids and adults play and frolic for two hours.



The event, which is sponsored by the Wayne County Parks Department, draws about 1,000 children each year.



The lake was created by mixing approximately 20,000 gallons of water with 200 tons of topsoil.




About 5,000 people turned up the at the
Hines Park Nankin Mills Area in Westland, Michigan, for the state's 24th annual mud day.



Hannah Rose Akerley, age 7, of Grosse Point Park, Michigan, gets some relief from the heat by playing in a gigantic lake of mud at the annual Mud Day event July 6, 2010 in Westland,



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