Quality Inn & Suites
9555 Middlebelt Rd.
Romulus, MI 48174
Phone: (734) 946-1400
Fax: (734) 946-7480
Jerry Matthews Natural Course Design of Lansing created this beautiful golf course from a barren and flat acreage of land. The course also includes a clubhouse that can be rented out for private parties, golf-related or not! Call or see the website for more information.
The Taylor Sportsplex is one huge sports center in Taylor and undoubtedly the best. The sports center has two large indoor arenas which are over 22,000 square foot(22000 feet) and cater to majority of the sports events held here. The complex also conducts many sports training programs for hockey, ice-skating, lacrosse, football etc. Taylor Sportsplex hosts various sports events like the TORHS Tournament in which teams from all over the country come to participate. With six meeting rooms providing high speed internet access and a lot of capacious area, it is host to various other events too.
Aprroximately 15 miles (24.14 kilometers) away from downtown Detroit, Heritage Park in nearby Taylor city is a popular destination, especially in the spring and summer. This huge recreation park features many things that would entice you to visit this place time and again. A picnic area with grills and tables is just the perfect setting to start a lovely Sunday morning in a lovely way. Kids love coming here as well, enjoying a refreshing swimming session at the pool or simply getting all mud-decked, playing in the garden. There are historic buildings, a fishing pond, promenade and petting farm.
Located just half an hour from the city center of Detroit, the Dearborn Racquet & Health Club covers all your fitness needs. This state-of-the-art center features top-notch workout equipment, indoor tennis and racquet ball courts, an olympic size swimming pool, indoor track and much more! Parents needn't worry about finding time to go to the gym as kids are welcomed at the DRHC, whether it's one of the many activities on offer for them or in the supervised playroom. Group fitness classes can also be found here, ranging from spin, yoga and karate to mat pilates, circuit training and zumba. Visit the website to know more.
Dearborn Hills Golf Course has 18 holes of championship golf and is Southeast Michigan's premier public golf course. Built in the early 1920s, the grounds have a historic charm. After you play, stop by the bar for a drink. You can even swing by the pro shop in case you need something to improve your game on this challenging course. The beautiful clubhouse is also available to rent out for events.
The Hall of Fame is the automobile industry's own monument to its pioneers, innovators and captains. It was located in Midland, Michigan, until this 25,000-square-foot building was built adjacent to Greenfield Village in 1997. A 65-foot-long, 12-foot-high mural by artist and former car designer John Gable illustrates the history of the motor vehicle. Interactive exhibits and historical information abound throughout the Hall, with biographies of the more than 150 inductees. A package admission can be purchased to include the Henry Ford Museum and Greenfield Village.
This summer time attraction is a hit with families! People of all ages will love the lap pool and the lazy river, but children especially love the kid's Sprayscape and two water slides. If you get hungry just head to the laid-back Grille, which provides delicious refreshments. Open from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day, Turtle Cove Family Aquatic Center is the perfect place to cool off.
The Dearborn Ford Community and Performing Arts Center is a blend of all that you could possibly imagine in a community center. The Padzieski Art Gallery is a showcase of local art and culture and holds regular exhibitions for budding local talent. The Center has a Michael A. Guido Theater, a 1201 seat auditorium with all the latest in light and sound technology. It is the perfect location for community arts programs. Besides these, there's also a sports center, a climbing wall, and a swimming pool! If all these activities leave your tummy rumbling, grab a bite at the Au Bon Pain Center Court Cafe. Fees and hours vary depending on which facility you wish to patronize.
Located in Canton, this state of the art ice rink and sports training facility is the best of its kind in the area. The facility features two NHL sized rinks, physical therapy and sports training center and a snack bar. The Arctic Edge Ice Arena is home to internationally renowned ice dancing coaches, Igor Sphilband, Marina Zoueva and Johnny Johns. Whether just learning how to skate or are a seasoned veteran, the facility has programs and sessions for everyone. Classes for children, adults and hockey players are offered. The rink is also home to various hockey leagues and can be rented out for birthday parties.
Get to know Detroit by touring the area's rivers, lakes and channels. Riverside Kayak Connection offers a wide range of kayaks you can rent for the day, so explore until your heart's content. The company also offers fantastic tours. Paddle down the Detroit River with your guide or arrange a custom tour where you can request a guided tour in German or Swedish. Take a tour and have an adventure!
Located in Wyandotte, the Wyandotte Boat Club is known for rowing since 1875. They are equipped with pair/doubles, singles, fours, eight and quads, all kinds of variety of blades for sculling and sweep rowing. They also provide indoor tanks for practice and technique training. The tanks are also rented for to schools and universities during the off seasons. For more information on all their facilities, check out the website or call ahead.
The Plymouth Cultural Center Ice Arena is a "green geothermal" ice arena, the only one in Michigan, as a matter of fact. Families enjoy coming to the Ice Arena for some winter fun during open skate. In addition to regular open skate, the Ice Arena also hosts hockey leagues as well as a regular drop in hockey game.