Harrison Charter Township is a charter township and a census-designated place (CDP) of Macomb County in the U.S. state of Michigan. As of the 2000 census, the population was 24,461. The 2008 Census Bureau Estimate places the population at 26,004.
Restaurants in Harrison Township
4 based on 124 reviews
Both of my trips to this park happened because we rented electric bikes at the nearby Pedago bike rental. The first visit was in the autumn and it was understandably not busy, even though there were plenty of other bikers and lots of people walking dogs. It was cool enough that we wore gloves, and we could take the paths along the waterfront.
Today's visit - perfect summer weather to be outside! There were thousands of people enjoying the park, including several big family reunions. Boats everywhere, bikes, lawn games, people of all ages. If I lived closer, I would come here more often!
4.5 based on 234 reviews
The Mall at Partridge Creek is an open-air shopping center in Clinton Township, Michigan hosting over 100 stores like Nordstrom, Apple, Coach, Banana Republic and Aveda Salon. Partridge Creek is perfect for a night out, with numerous restaurants and an MJR Digital Cinema 14. The mall is dog-friendly and also provides amenities like bocce ball courts, free Wi-Fi, children's splash pad fountains.
This is a very nice outdoor mall. Always nicely decorated. Dogs are allowed, so watch your step. They have good bands at night , in the summer. A tree lighting ceremony in the winter (which is far too crowded and borderline dangerous due to the crowd/inability to move). There is a good mix of stores. Our kids like to hang out here with their friends, but it lacks restaurants for the younger crowd. There used to be a Taco Bell, not sure what happened to it.
My wife and I saw a movie at the MJR Theatre here this week. The seats were comfortable but were full of previous patrons’ popcorn. There wasn’t enough room in front of the reclined seat for someone to pass comfortably. Our seats were in the second row which was far too close, our necks were hurting half way through the movie. The worst part was it was far too cold in the theater. Our hands and feet were freezing. We told a young male worker when we walked out, he said “Well it’s cold outside too”. Not very good customer service skills.
4.5 based on 7 reviews
The director used to work at Greenfield Village and has taken that experience to the Crocker House. Mt. Clemens has a rich history and they are beautifully preserving and presenting it. The annual events, Christmas Tea, Cemetery Walk, etc. are not to be missed.
5 based on 52 reviews
Welcome to Think it Out! A live escape room takes the video game or movie out of the box - real life. The door locks, the clock starts, and you're immersed into a narrative that requires you to solve clues, crack codes, uncover mysteries, and hidden secrets. Panic sets in as the timer counts down. Can your team work together under pressure? Can you escape in 60 minutes? Perfect for friends, family, coworkers, or individuals looking to interact and challenge like never before. Step away from the ordinary and get set for an exciting and intense experience. Contact us if you would like to book a special mission outside normal business hours.
I took my boys and their friends, ages 10-12 and we had a blast! From solving the puzzles in the lobby to earn extra playing time, to working together to “escape”, we all had a great time.
The room was challenging, but not impossible!
The staff was warm and welcoming! We can’t wait to go back and try another room!
4.5 based on 213 reviews
Telling the story of Edsel and Eleanor Ford and their family through their historic home on the shores of Lake St. Clair. We offer tours, programs and special events at this National Historic Landmark. Edsel Ford was the son of Henry Ford, and he built his grand home in the style of the Cotswold villages in England. Surrounded by 87 acres of scenic lakeside grounds, the home and landscape are open for tours in all seasons. The home was designed by prominent Detroit architect Albert Kahn and Jens Jensen, one of America's foremost landscape designers and conservationists. It is filled with original antique furnishings, as well as art from the Fords' vast collection. Ford House also hosts popular events, including a Fairy Tale Festival in June, Detroit Symphony concerts in July and holiday tours and events in December.
When in Europe, people enjoy touring the impressive and luxurious residences of kings, queens and famous people...in America it's the homes of super wealthy that offer the alternative.
This home is as close to an English manor as you might be able to get on the North American continent.
To say the least, it is very authentic as the owners, Edsel and Ethel Ford, imported large amounts of the construction material from various century old manors in England.
It is definitely worth the some 13 miles, about 25-30 minutes, drive from downtown Detroit.
It will allow you to peek in to the private lives of the Fords and their genteel lives of splendor.
There is beautiful art, but most are replicas of famous originals that can be viewed at the Detroit Museum of Arts in Detroit.
The expansive grounds are serene and beautiful.
Detroit is alive and well worth a visit.
4.5 based on 169 reviews
Our first time to Emagine. Took grandkids to see a Christmas movie. I thought the loud volume would bother them but they were mesmerized the entire time. Loved the power recliners. Although we didn’t partake you can get cocktails
and meals while you are there. Was very clean and easy to find your way around. Wish they had had two cashiers selling tickets because the people in front of us were trying to cash in points or something that took five minutes easily. Still made it to the show on time so no big deal.
4 based on 51 reviews
I was invited to a lunch bridal shower. The inside of the building is nicely appointed. The room was set up and decorated by the party hostesses. Looked very festive. There were about 70 people. Food provided by Andiamo.
It was a buffet. The hostess sent us table by table so there was no waiting in line. The food was hot and plentiful as the wait staff refilled as needed. We were offered Cuke salad, potato salad, rolls and butter, pasta in a red sauce, quiche, home fries, blintzes, a sausage veggie dish sweet rolls, muffins and fruit.
The food was plentiful and hot. Beverages were offered at the table. I would recommend this venue for any large party.
5 based on 83 reviews
This is a beautiful park to relax at any time of the day, always peaceful, very clean. Also a great place to have family gatherings or a wedding, the fountain is a beautiful place for pictures!
5 based on 17 reviews
Pedego Junction, Your Metro Detroit area outlet for World Wide Pedego Electric Bicycles! We’re conveniently located close to Lake St. Clair Metropark, along the Bike Paths and the Sunny Shores of Lake St. Clair, in Boat Town USA! You’ll find our Bike Shop just north of Lake St. Clair Metropark, on South River Road along the Clinton River, in Sundog Marina. We offer Pedego Electric Bike Sales, Rentals and Tours...
The owner Gregg is an absolute gentleman. Very informative very helpful I purchased the interceptor from him and I thoroughly enjoyed this bicycle. Highly recommend that you try it and then consider buying it. If you live in Harrison Township this allows you access to...MoreThank you Michael. Please let us know if we can be of any assistance in the future.
4 based on 11 reviews
Shop, dine and more with national retailers including Dick’s Sporting Goods, Kohl’s, Old Navy, Shoe Carnival and ULTA Beauty. Check out the latest fashion trends and styles at H&M or kick-back and relax at Massage Green Spa. Satisfy your dining desires at 1000 Degrees Pizzeria, Charley’s Philly Steaks or any of our quick serve food destinations. A proud community partner since 1964, there truly is something for everyone in the family to enjoy at Macomb Mall! There are Mall Walking & Kids Club programs, free community events, plus shopping at some of the best stores!
Stopped this mall yesterday while in the area. It is an indoor mall...Sears had closed so a huge section was closed down at the one end. There were numerous other stores open, Old Navy, Khols, H & M, Dicks Sporting Goods, Bath & Body Works?, Auntie Anne Pretzels...line up for pics with Santa for the kids...mall was relatively busy, but no other food options. Would recommend to everyone to stop by for a visit if in neighbourhood.
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