The 100-Year-Old Elizabeth Park Is One Of Michigan’s Genuine Hidden Gems
You’ve undoubtedly visited some of Michigan’s most famous outdoor areas, from state parks on the shores of Lake Michigan to Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore in the far reaches of the Upper Peninsula. While there’s plenty to be said for these more well-known spots, nothing beats the experience of exploring a hidden gem. One such park in the Great Lakes State will capture your imagination as soon as you stop by.
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To learn more about this one-of-a-kind historic park in Michigan, click here. Have you made fun memories at Elizabeth Park during previous adventures in the Metro Detroit area? Share your experiences with us in the comments or recommend another great local gem by filling out our nomination form here.