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Bar
  • 2 helybéli ajánlja
Amerikai étterem
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Meal Delivery
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Campground
“Located on the Huron River with 4,700 acres with rolling hills, two lakes and pine tree forests. 130 modern campsites and two mini cabins overlooking Proud Lake. Picnicking, swimming, fishing and boat launch. Rowboat, canoe, paddleboat and kayak rentals. Over 20 miles of trails, two of the hiking/ski trails run parallel to the Huron River, the third loops around a marsh. For equestrians and mountain bikers there are trails offering varied terrain. Winter horseback riding at Proud Lake Recreation Area in Michigan. ”
  • 3 helybéli ajánlja
Bar
“This is the local hole-in-the-wall watering hole with good food. It's close, the staff is friendly and everyone is there to have a good time. Euchre Tournaments on Tuesday at 7pm, Trivia Night is Wednesday at 7pm. Happy Hour is 11am-6pm on weekdays. ”
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Étterem
Point of Interest
“Embark on the Huron River Chain from Milford to Proud Lake state park, via one of the finest rivers in SE Michigan. You will have that "Up North Feal" without the drive. Can't think of anything better to do on a nice summer day.”
  • 2 helybéli ajánlja
Bar
“Sporty tavern offering pub fare, cocktails, indoor golf simulators & outdoor volleyball courts.”
  • 1 helybéli ajánlja
Meal Takeaway
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“Our favorite! A wonderful upscale dining experience with beautiful lake views and a perfect atmosphere. Recommend reservations well in advance during summer months.”
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Park
“Beautiful park with lots of family fun! Enjoy the pretty beach and walk the shore line.”
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Bar
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Point of Interest
“This land served as the local schoolhouse from 1836 to 1895. The original schoolhouse situated here was built of hewn logs and oak shakes. Stonecrest was constructed as a one-room schoolhouse in 1860. The teacher at Stonecrest in 1869-69 was Joseph B. Moore, who later sat on the Supreme Court of Michigan and was the son of the builder of the school, Jacob J. Moore. Stonecrest is built of native stones which were broken, faced and laid up in quicklime mortar. The building is situated on the highest point within the original village of Walled Lake as platted by Jessie Tuttle in 1836. It became the home of the Commerce Township Area Historical Society in 1980.”
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Butik
“They have a great selection of scarves, hand made cards, clothes, etc. Best boutique in the area. Great place for gifts and jewelry!”
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