Ortonville is a village in north Oakland County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The village is within Brandon Township, although some development near the village lies within adjacent Groveland and Hadley townships. The population was 1,442 at the 2010 census. Ortonville lies on the northern edge of Metro Detroit and is approximately 41 miles north of Downtown Detroit.
Restaurants in Ortonville
4.5 based on 309 reviews
Our first visit here. FYI only draw string bags no back pack/book bags they will confiscate.( you do get them back) NO glow sticks, they confiscate, and you are waiting while they descide.( you don't get them back)
I love michigan and generally the people of michigan but for the most part the young people at this venue were rude and Obnoxious and a couple were totally out of hand.. I realize this is a medical marajuania state and there were alot of people needing medication there. If you get there early and are near the sidewalk for the lawn seats, be aware they ALLOW people to stand at the railing and on the sidewalk.That is where people "smoke" as told to us by personnel. So they are going to stand in your way. Which doesn't really matter because everyone stands any way.They also stand on the paved walk way, making it almost impossible to go any where, and also seems to be a fire hazard.Egressing out of there is a total nightmare.We saw 2 sets of stairs that all must go down. you should use the out side of the stair case as the inside gets backed up because some people try to walk down the hill and are blocked by a fence and trees and evidentually have to climb over the rail and egress out through the stairs, backing the people trying to come down the stairs.They need more ways to get in and out of the venue. Even though lines were long at the bathroom the lines seemed to move quickly, getting there however was a challange because of there rule that practally every thing goes, when it comes to standing.AND use the bathroom before you attempt to make it back to the parking lot and your car. The traffice lines are terribly long trying to get out,as you would expect and they will NOT let you back in to go to the bathroom and there are NO pit toilets out side the gate.We were basically told to pee in the parking lot.As I have been to other outside venues, I will choose another venue next time.
4.5 based on 156 reviews
Best ice cream ever, gigantic cones and cows too! Be prepared for the farm smell ?we love this place and open late
4.5 based on 157 reviews
Ah, the Trillium; it's a great place to spend a couple of hours, at the movies. The theatre is nice, and the staff is efficient, too!. Of course we enjoy the popcorn and diet coke, since it's our movie "comfort" food! The parking is handy, and the seats are comfortable.
Glad to have a nice theatre in our area!
5 based on 66 reviews
What a beautiful cemetery for all of our servicemen! It is very well cared for and offers the most dignified setting ever! Just love it! One thing though that seems odd is that not all of the headstones contain darkened letters that are legible. Some have been left unpainted and this should be uniform for all of the sections, in my opinion.
4.5 based on 88 reviews
Shepherd's Hollow has been recognized as one of the Top 100 Public Golf Club's in the United States by Golf Digest. Set on more than 350 rolling acres, at one of the highest elevations in Oakland County, Shepherd's Hollow is among the most unique golfing experiences in the state of Michigan. 27 Holes tucked into a towering forest of pine and oak offers the golfer a natural setting that provides a sense of tranquility. Shepherd's Hollow is a true destination course. The golf is only part of the story. Our secluded club house offers beautiful surroundings with complete dining facilities. Our relaxing open air veranda and pine covered terrace allow each diner to enjoy the splendor of nature with a wide variety of expertly prepared culinary delights. We think you'll agree that dinner here is more than a meal, it's a unique dining experience.
We were a 4some on a 3 day Stay and Play visit. Shepards Hollow is a good course but a bit dangerous with lots of blind fairway shots were you cant see the 4some in front.
There were about 4 4somes in front of us in some sort of extended family event with some new golfers that should have played best ball rather than stroke play.
We came up on the 4 some in front of us (again) on the 13 hole. 1 cart was into the fairway and ready for their second shot but the other cart was still at the tee box. 1 of the players in that card was FISHING!!! In the lake adjacent to the tee!
In 40 years of playing, I have never seen that lack of golf etiquette. We called the proshop and complained, but absolutely no response from the Marshall.
Will not return.
4.5 based on 52 reviews
We enjoyed summer like pre-spring weather here. Hiking and lots to explore at the park. Recreation pass required via your Michigan vehicle registration or bought at the park.
4 based on 31 reviews
We chose to ski at Mt Holly on New Years Eve with our teenage daughter and her 2 friends.
We were pleasantly surprised at the quality and number of runs. It was certainly more than we expected for a ski resort on th northern fringes of Metro Detroit.
We live in Windsor, Ontario and it only took us 1.25 hours to get here door to door.
This is a definite option for those who live in Metro Detroit or Southwest Ontario looking for a days skiiing and not wanting to drive 3-6 hours.
There were not that many people skiing so there were basically no wait times at the lifts.
We didn't stick around for the evening festivities as families needed to stay in the slope side lounge which was pretty dead. There was a separate adults only party in the main lounge.
3.5 based on 12 reviews
I concur with a previous poster, the place is a little scary looking. But we sat on the outdoor patio and had the burger and draft special. Beer was cold and the burger delicious! Amazing view over the lake. Very friendly waitress who also served as bartender.
4 based on 7 reviews
The Holly Recreation state park is the place to be for a clean beach, cool water, and the awesome Jump Island! Any kid over the age of 6 will have a blast, including adults. This attraction is well run, and you need to reserve a time slot in advance. Everyone gets a required life jacket, so it's safe, and attendants are on hand to supervise. A definite "must" at least once!
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