Sleep Inn & Suites
1230 Dexter St.
Milan, MI 48160
Phone: (734) 439-1400
Fax: (734) 439-4181
1230 Dexter St. US 23 & US 27 E., Milan, MI, US, 48160
- Phone: (734) 439-1400
- Fax: (734) 439-4181
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.
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.
Nestled on 39 rolling acres, this park features a six lane, 25 yard swimming pool, softball diamonds, soccer fields, outdoor tennis courts, picnic areas with grills, children's playground, and an ice arena for public skating, hockey, and special programs.
This 52 acre park features a number of tennis courts, softball fields, picnic shelters, and playgrounds. There is also a one-and-a-half mile nature trail on site.
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.
Gallup Park is one of the major recreational areas in Ann Arbor. Spread on an area of 69 acres (27.9233 hectares), it provides ample space for enjoying a picnic or party. The asphalt trails that are three miles long are used as tracks for biking, rollerblading and other such activities. The two drinking fountains and benches are for people who want to relax and unwind. The scenic Geddes Pond adds to the charm of this place. But that's not all, you can always enjoy canoeing and kayaking on the Huron River.
Located a few miles from Detroit in Ann Arbor, the University of Michigan stands tall and proud on South State Street. Its high quality education notwithstanding, this institution is widely known for imparting more than just theoretical knowledge. From sports facilities and the well-equipped Bentley Historic Library, to a Mental Health Resources Center and state-of-the-art museums, the Michigan University has always attempted to engage its students, faculty as well as outside visitors in its varied initiatives. Moreover, its emphasis on ecological interest and well-being is actively evident through the Matthaei Botanical Gardens as well as the Stinchfield Woods housed within, sets this place apart from most of its contemporaries. For more information on the University's curriculum and other activities, please check the website.
Designed in 1906 by noted landscape architect Ossian Cole Simonds, this beautiful 123 acre landscape features the historic Peony Garden and over 500 species of trees. A variety of creative art performances and events are held here.
The original files of President Ford as well as those of his White House staff and other government officials are housed in this archive. It is open Monday through Friday except for Federal holidays.
This research facility contains numerous University of Michigan archive records and manuscripts as well as the Michigan Historical Collections.
Located within the North Campus of University of Michigan is the Wave Field, a public art by architectural designer Maya Lin. The structure is basically earth that is shaped to look like waves at a sea. The artwork shows fifty waves divided by eight rows, spread over 10,000 square feet (929 square meters) of grass-covered land. Installed in 1995, the Wave Field has become iconic and widely popular, not only in designer circuits but also with tourists.
University of Michigan - North Campus is a modern structure that houses the engineering, theater, arts and architecture faculties of the university. It is located on the outskirts of the city and is a world in itself. The campus is well known for its quality education and various cultural events take place here from time to time. One of the most enviable features of this campus is the opportunity that it offers to explore the woods and the countryside, with plenty of options for fun picnics.