We invite you to tour our vibrant community and discover all that Highland, Michigan has to share. Downtown Highland Station, the historical downtown, lies adjacent to the Highland State Recreation Area, attracting a wide variety of sports enthusiasts. Highland’s history began as a rail station and quickly developed into a recreation destination as residents and out-of-town “cottagers” began to appreciate the value of over 25 lakes located here.
The Highland Station district is one of a charming, modern hamlet with native landscaping and rocking chairs placed throughout, where attractive historical homes, vibrant small businesses and healthy lifestyle amenities appeal to people of all ages. There are open spaces, rolling hills and intact woodlands amidst new residential and commercial development. Highland continues to enjoy its rural character and farming heritage while at the same time provides economic opportunities for its residents and business owners.
Highland Station is an ideal destination for your next day trip. Shoppers can find exclusive teas from around the world, a unique piece of art or a variety of home furnishings. Experience downtown the old-fashioned way, enjoying one-of-a-kind shops where the owners remember your name.