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111 Waterstradt Commerce Drive, Dundee, MI, US, 48131

  • Phone: (734) 529-5240
  • Fax: (734) 529-7435
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Supports Green Practices

"Supports Green Initiatives" designates a hotel's participation in an optional environmental program that includes the use of energy-efficient lighting, guestroom towel/linen re-use, and on-premise recycling. "Supports Green Initiatives" does not represent an official certification of any kind.

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63% of guests recommend this hotel

Attractions

»Fierce Encounter

Located outside Cabela's on the Cabela Boulevard, Fierce Encounter is a gigantic sculpture that's hard to miss. Featuring two huge grizzlies fighting over what looks like a dead elk, the artwork is one of the largest in the county. The bronze statue is also claimed to be the biggest bronze outdoor artwork of wildlife creatures ever made. Designed by sculptor Michael Hamby, the Fierce Encounter makes for a fantastic roadside attraction.

110 Cabela Boulevard East
Dundee, MI 48131

»Heck Of A Farm

Discover the joys of farming and farm life at Heck Of A Farm. This cozy farm gives an insight to visitors regarding the daily activities that occur on a farm, thereby offering a lifetime experience. Various concerts and events are also held from time to time, creating a party ambience. The children will love to pet the baby animals here and can also play with toys and games. Heck of A Farm guarantees a day of outdoor fun indeed!

4309 West Albain Road
Monroe, MI 48161

»First Presbyterian Church of Blissfield

The First Presbyterian Church of Blissfield is a historic church that was built in 1849 for the Blissfield Presbyterian Congregation. This Greek Revival structure is now the oldest church in Blissfiled and still hosts choir events, church services and other community activities. It also holds the distinction of being a Michigan State Historic Site as well as being on the National Register of Historic Places.

304 Franklin Street
Blissfield, MI 49228

»Dinosaur Sculptures

Off the Tecumseh Clinton Highway, there are two steel sculptures of dinosaurs, one of which resembles a Tyrannosaurus Rex and the other a Raptorsaurus. One of the sculptures towers up to some 15 feet (4.57 meters) while the other measures 7 feet (2.13 meters). Located in Downtown Tecumseh, providing the best landmark for the nearby flea market, the steel dinos are fascinating to watch and give ample photo opportunities.

830 Tecumseh Clinton Highway
Tecumseh, MI 49286

»Major General George Armstrong Custer Memorial

Dedicated to the civil war hero Major General George Armstrong Custer, who was raised in Michigan in the 1840s, this memorial is an equestrian monument which is also called Sighting The Enemy. Designed by Edward Clark Potter, the 14 foot (4.26 meters) statue depicts Major General Custer on the horse wearing his Confederate uniform. Located at the curb of Elm Avenue, the monument represents General Custer's sacrifice at the Battle of Gettysburg.

35 North Monroe Street
Monroe, MI 48162

»River Raisin National Battlefield Park

Famous for being the War of 1812's only national battlefield site, River Raisin National Battlefield Park is an interesting way to learn about the 'Second War of Independence'. The museum at the visitor center contains numerous artifacts from the period, and the park, apart from the biking and walking trails, includes an interesting Heritage Trail.

1403 East Elm Avenue
Monroe, MI 48162

»Civil War Memorial

Civil War Memorial is located in the heart of Memorial Park in Adrian. The marble monument was constructed to pay tribute to the soldiers of Adrian who lost their lives in the tragic American Civil War. It was built in 1870 by architect Benjamin Latrobe. This landmark is noted as a Michigan Historic Site and is on the National Register of Historic Places.

East church Street
Adrian, MI 49221

»Saint Mary of Good Counsel Catholic Church

Saint Mary of Good Counsel is a Catholic Church of historical significance to Adrian. This church hosted the city’s pioneering Roman Catholic congregation back in the mid 19th Century. The present building was constructed in 1871 by renowned architect Gordon W. Lloyd. It exemplifies the Romanesque Revival style of architecture and is replete with murals depicting saints and Biblical events.

305 Division Street
Adrian, MI 49221

»Whirly Ball of Ann Arbor

Bring the whole family for a fun and exciting game of Whirly Ball, a combination of basketball and Jai-Alai that is played from an electronic bumper car.

640 Phoenix Drive
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48104

»Enchanted Forest Playland

Small amusement park featuring a variety of rides, a miniature golf course, a river walk, and picnic areas.

850 Matzinger Road
Toledo, Ohio 43612

»Clark Memorial Hall

Clark Memorial Hall is located in the business district of Adrian. This building gets it name from Elihu L. Clark, who was a well-known banker in the town. Built in 1888, it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The hall is home to many business establishments and commercial spaces.

120-124 South Winter Street
Adrian, MI 49221

»Horizon Park

The Horizon Park is a great photo-opportunity to catch the splendid views of the sunset while sitting comfortably beneath green trees amidst pleasant flowers. There is a war-memorial here and the lake offers plenty of breeze and fresh air. Concerts and other events are also organized here from time to time.

220 High Street
Belleville, MI 48111
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