Trenton is a small city in Wayne County in the southeast portion of the U.S. state of Michigan. At the 2010 census, the city population was 18,853. The city is part of Downriver, a collection of mostly blue-collar communities south of Detroit on the west bank of the Detroit River. Trenton is known for its waterfront and growing boating community.
Restaurants in Trenton
4.5 based on 51 reviews
We drive thru here every Sunday after Church. It is a beautiful spot! Hubby bikes over there everyday that the weather is cooperative. Lots of families, picnics, special events. Park is kept nice and clean, handicapped fishing ramp, marina. Continual improvements.
And by the way, our son proposed to his wife there!
5 based on 17 reviews
Was there on a Sunday afternoon, the alpacas are adorable and owners were present and spent time answering our questions. This is a very hands-on place, petting is encouraged and kids would love it!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Played Riverview Highlands Golf Course for the first time. They have three 9-hole course called blue-, red- and gold-courses. The courses were in very nice condition. There is water and a few bunkers to contend with. A fun and challenging place to play.
4.5 based on 127 reviews
Heritage Park is a nice park in an urban environment that offers a petting zoo, a pond for fishing, and summer concerts on Wednesday evenings, also offers special events throughout the year, nice for families
5 based on 24 reviews
This is a historic house that was donated to the city for use as a library. The house was built in the late 1800's. The library offers free tours the first Saturday of every month at 10 a.m.
The Bacon House is a historic home in Wyandotte, MI. Tours of the home may or may not be available. The library part is in the back, and it's full service - books, movies, computer center. This is convenient - only a half mile from my house! One feature is a table of books that are free, and you can also drop off books you have already read. They also have a room with books for sale, at extremely reasonable prices (used library books are often like brand new!
4 based on 51 reviews
Over 200 bird species have been spotted at this park, located on the Detroit River.
It's 10 bucks for a day permit. Which wouldn't be an issue if this park had something to offer. Lake Erie is contaminated with E. Coli and there are signs everywhere telling you not to swim in it. It smells awful through out the whole park. To compensate for that, there is a pool on the park grounds...8 bucks for adults and 6 bucks for children. LOL. What a joke. They charge to enter the park and then try to charge you again to swim in a pool because the lake is so dirty. There really isn't any enjoyable hiking as everything is just flat open, smelly grounds. There is a playground near the pool, but the smell is so bad it isn't worth staying there. Save yourself the disappointment and drive about 2 hours north, go to Lakeside Park in Port Huron. The beach is absolutely stunning, the water is crystal clear, you can swim in the lake and if you show up after 3 pm parking is free. Don't waste your time at the metroparks.
4.5 based on 21 reviews
This is a quiet place to enjoy a walk in the park. A covered bridge just past the restrooms welcomes you to a walking path that locals use for exercise for themselves and their furry friends. If you want a longer walk the park is linked with Oakwood Metropark.
Trees have been planted but are still to small to give shade. The park is clean & grass mowed regularly. There is fishing along the shore just not on the bridge. There are events twice a year which provide live music & entertainment.
5 based on 44 reviews
Even though I've resided in Romulus for a number of years, I had never visited Block's. I must say that I totally enjoyed going there. last week. All the fruits and vegetables at Block's.are farm freshed I do mean FRESH! It is a huge outdoor market. I purchased all my fruits and veggies for the week. Everything I purchased was fresh, ripe, tender and sweet. I have no complaints, They had a sale on fresh corn still in husk but they were only $1.00 per bag for all the corn you could put in a grocery bag. Amazing! I have revisited Block's twice and looking forward to returning. They also carry homemade jellies, jams and preserves. The workers there are very knowledgeable regarding their produce, also courteous and friendly.
5 based on 5 reviews
A theme-based cooperative experience where a group of people are locked in a room and have one hour to use their surroundings and wit to solve a series of puzzles and games to gain their freedom. While staying away from the creatures that lurk in the room.
I've gone through both escape rooms and both were incredibly fun and exciting! The first time through no one in our group had done an escape room before. Wendy was helpful and professional the entire time. She quietly nudged us along the way if we seemed completely lost. The second time we went in the new Asylum room. Wendy recognized us and knew we didn't need as many hints this time. We knew to check EVERYWHERE and to use our brains a little more. The puzzles and characters keeps you on your toes the entire hour you're in there. It never slows down. I'd definitely recommend Trapped Downriver.
5 based on 5 reviews
I booked a 45 minute helicopter tour of the Detroit area with a customer. The setup process was very easy. The pilot was friendly and provided a lot of local information as we travel down the Detroit river to downtown. The tour flew over the major sports complex and right next to the GM building. We flew over to Bell Island and many other locations. it was a great view of the city and we were able to see many beautiful homes on the waterfront.
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