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Local Attractions

Camp Dearborn is located in picturesque Milford, Michigan, just 44 miles northwest of Detroit. The quaint town of Milford offers visitors the convenience of large grocery storesand pharmacies, carefully blended into a pedestrian-friendly downtown, dotted withboutiques, charming restaurants and sidewalk cafes. Two full-service medical facilities are within 12 miles of the campground.

Camp Dearborn is the perfect spot for campers interested in exploring southeast Michigan and its many attractions. Below are a few notable places nearby.

● Downtown Milford

● Kensington Metro Park

● Mystic Creek Golf Course

● Huron River

The Camp entrance is just 5.3 miles from Interstate 96, which will connect visitors to nearly any direction. Visitors can take a short ride (35 miles) to Dearborn, hometown of Henry Ford and visit the Fairlane Mansion, home of Henry Ford and Clara Bryant Ford.

Dearborn is also home to The Henry Ford: America's Greatest History Attraction. Here you can explore 300 years of American History by visiting the Henry Ford Museum,Greenfield Village, the Benson Ford Research Center and taking the Ford Rouge Factory Tour.

Visit The Henry Ford Museum, Greenfield Village and the Rouge Plant Tour Information: (313) 982-6001.

Visit the Henry Ford Estate to learn about the private life of the automotive pioneer. Tourrooms where some of the world's most influential people were entertained, and see Mr. Ford's personal garage and cars. Open year round. For tour information, call (313) 593-5590.

The rich history of Michigan is at your fingertips in Lansing, the state capital, 52 miles from Camp Dearborn. You can also check out both of Michigan's Big Ten College Football Teams are within a short drive of Camp Dearborn. The Big House at the University of Michigan is just 30 miles away, and the Spartan Stadium of Michigan State University is 51 miles.

Comerica Park, home of the Detroit Tigers, and Ford Field, home of the Detroit Lions, are both less than an hour's drive (44 miles).