South Lyon


South Lyon is located about 40 miles west of Detroit, Michigan’s largest city.


Relax and recharge – visit a spa and pamper yourself. There are day spas tucked into shopping centers and charming downtowns throughout the area. Enjoy the world’s best jazz, blues and soul at the Detroit Jazz Festival. Two million square feet of non-stop music in downtown Detroit. It’s all neary.

A royal sarcophagus from the King Tut exhibit at the Cranbrook Institute of Science

Kent Lake

Kent Lake is a 1,200-acre reservoir lake formed by damming the Huron River near its headwaters. Kent Lake is mostly located in Oakland County, Michigan in Milford and Lyon Townships, with a small portion including its dam located in Green Oak Township, Livingston County, Michigan. Conceived as a large recreational lake, Kent Lake was dammed in 1946 by the Huron-Clinton Metropolitan Authority. The current lake lies entirely within Kensington Metropark and Island Lake State Recreation Area. It has a maximum speed limit of 10 mph.

A royal sarcophagus from the King Tut exhibit at the Cranbrook Institute of Science

Witches Hat Depot Museum

The Witch’s Hat Depot Museum and Historic Village represent the joint efforts of the City of South Lyon, the South Lyon Area Historical Society, the South Lyon Historical Commission, local service clubs, and a great number of volunteers. This community effort has resulted in a fine museum and charming, historic village that attracts many visitors, weddings, and events.

Experiences in South Lyon



A trail map of the Polly Ann Trail that runs through Downtown Oxford

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Oxford Community Shools volunteers for the Soup & Sweet Stroll serve soup and cookies to attendees outdoors on a cold December evening in Downtown Oxford


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