Whitmore Lake is a census-designated place and unincorporated community in the U.S. state of Michigan. The community spans the boundary between Green Oak Township in Livingston County and Northfield Township in Washtenaw County. The United States Census Bureau has defined a census-designated place (CDP) with this name for statistical purposes, which has no legal status as an incorporated municipality. The population was 6,423 at the 2010 census.
Restaurants in Whitmore Lake
4 based on 8 reviews
The Links at Whitmore Lake is a very nice par-71 18-hole course. Played the course in May 2012. There is lots of holes with water coming into play. The course was in excellent condition and was fun to play.
4 based on 1 reviews
A State of Michigan Historical Marker tell the history of Hamburg from 1831 onward. The other side of the marker gives a history of its most famous politician, Edwin B. Winans who served two terms as Governor of Michigan in the 1890s.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
As soon as Autumn comes around, this is the place to be. They have the best cider and make the greatest plain and apple cinnamon donuts! They can't be beat, especially when they're warm. Whenever you're visiting Kensington Metro Park or headed to a University of Michigan game in Ann Arbor, be sure to stop and pick up some cider and donuts for your picnic or tailgating. You'll be glad you made the stop!
4.5 based on 44 reviews
i have been here a few times to sight in my guns and they are very organize here. The different distance also help with the sighting in of your guns.
4.5 based on 257 reviews
This public park will give you a list of birds to be spotted on its grounds.
I have been coming here since the mid 1990's, I admit I am biased because it brings me good old memories. I have been there twice in August and appreciated - as usual - the cleanliness and the varieties of activities available.
Aside for the lake and the nice playground (Martindale beach), we have been to the petting farm which is nice and very educational.
On our second visit my kids loved the Splash 'n Blast (fee to enter), a good alternative to the beach.
Very neat bike route.
4.5 based on 64 reviews
We were looking for a nice afternoon spot to sit outside and have a few drinks- this was the perfect location! Beautiful courtyard with tables, umbrellas and lots of seating. Dog friendly as well! They have a few food items including a sausage platter, pretzels and popcorn. Great beers and friendly staff! Nice bar area inside as well. Highly recommend!
4.5 based on 215 reviews
Although undergoing some landscape renovations, the Law School Quad is worth walking through. Make sure to visit the Law Library, which extends several floors underground in the expansion from about 1980. It is wonderful to walk below and see the grand architecture looming above. The Great Hall is also wonderful--reminds me of some of the great universities of Europe.
4 based on 41 reviews
Moose Ridge is truly a gorgeous course. The warning sign in the pro shop that "this is a tough course" should be heeded. A high handicapper like me struggled mightily, and, like other reviewers I find that several holes were roped off and designated "cart path only". My experience included much back and forth from ball to cart path which was tiring and annoying since I am definitely not a long ball hitter and my shots are frequently far away from the path. With a low handicap player taking fewer shots this may not be an issue and they would love this course. But I'm a senior citizen and have reached the point where I surrender to Moose Rodge. I won't be going back.
5 based on 22 reviews
The Lingenfelter Collection is closed to all general public. Please check back to our website for any future public charity open house dates. Thank you
one of the best collections of cars in the Midwest for sure if you are a car guy you will spend hours looking around and see some unique cars and some you will wish you had wont disappoint a car buff
4.5 based on 547 reviews
The University's beautiful campus includes many fine museums and facilities for its enrollment of 36,000.
I lived in Ann Arbor for 12 years. I went to undergrad and grad school at UM and loved my time there. The SNRE, PitE, SoE and RC are my real homes. If you are looking into a small school "within as school" feeling, you should check out the residential college in East Quad. The Secondary Masters of Education program is also top notch.
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