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Plan to spend the entire day exploring Belle Isle, Detroit's beautiful 982-acre urban state park by land and water. You must have some kayak experience to circumnavigate this island park due to the quick current of the Detroit River. Pick a date now to plan your adventure exploring the outskirts of the Detroit skyline by boat or by bike.
Flat Rock Michigan is Downriver's outdoor adventure hub. With plenty of community ball fields, community parks with playscapes, splash pad, tennis and basketball courts, Downriver Linked Greenways trails, Iron Belle Trail, Huron River, water trail, and even a Fish Ladder to explore. Flat Rock welcomes you!
You won't believe all the freshwater paddling opportunities here. The Detroit River is home to the only International Wildlife Refuge in North America, the oldest county park in Michigan, and is the Walleye Capital of the World. You will see landscapes of its historic manufacturing past mingled with Bald Eagles, beaver, and other wildlife.
All trails lead to Trenton, Michigan! If you want to explore a quaint riverfront community with hiking and biking trails, parks and downtown shops, excellent dining options, and the gateway to the only International Wildlife Refuge in North America, Trenton should be on your to-do list today!
Just south of Detroit, this tour is in the heart of the Walleye Capital of the World. You will find many fishing spots at the piers, you can explore the oldest cemetery in Michigan, pass by historic homes, robust downtown, marinas & waterside parks.
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