1302 E. Packard Hwy.
Charlotte, MI 48813
Phone: (517) 543-7307
Fax: (517) 543-7311
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, the Courthouse Square consists of the 1885 Eaton County Courthouse and the 1873 Sheriff's Residence. The courthouse features a restored courtroom, plus exhibits relating to the heritage and culture of the mid-Michigan region.
Located near the town's favorite restaurant, Joe's Gizzard City, right in front of the Police Station, the Chemical Train Wreck Memorial comprises of a single railway truck from the 2002 disaster. A Canadian National RR had derailed on Memorial day weekend of 2002 and leaked propane which it was carrying into the town, and the entire town was evacuated for over five days. The railroad carriage truck, is the only remainder of that incident and is now maintained as a remembrance of that day.
The Ainger Bible Church, located on Ainger Road in the outskirts of the town of Olivet, is one of the smallest churches in the state. Although with a seating capacity of only six to eight people, the church provides regular services to benefit its neighboring communities. Here they believe that the Lord's church is not a building but a people, which is why size of this cute little place doesn't really matter.
Formal rose garden park featuring 155 varieties of roses plus woodland and Grand River trails.
An interactive learning center with features including self-guided nature trails, a visitor center with exhibits, a natural history library, and a gift shop.
This 128 acre riverside park winds itself along the Grand River. A family friendly area, the park boasts a children's playground, picnic tables, pavilion, fishing pond, nature trail, softball field, frisbee golf course and more.
Planted over 100 years ago, this is a garden lover's paradise and features a pavilion, park benches, and picnic tables.
Step back in time to the Victorian era at Michigan's award-winning Capitol with features including a glass floor rotunda and nine acres of decorative handpainted surfaces. Tours are available every half hour.
Designed as a downtown festival park, this scenic walkway connects comfortable parks, historic sites, and activity centers for over eight miles.
The St. Mary Cathedral is a Roman Catholic cathedral in Lansing, Michigan. This majestic looking chapel was designed by E. A. Bond in 1913. The church features Late Gothic Revival influences, along with an intricate rose window and German made stained glass windows. The site was added to the list of National Register of Historic Places in 1990.
The Ottawa Street Power Station that was once an electric and steam generating station, is now home to the Accident Fund Insurance Company of America. The original structure is included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places in 2008.
Located along the riverside of Michigan's Grand River, this picturesque park features plenty of open space and lush greenery. A 13 mile walkway is often populated by walkers and outdoor enthusiasts alike. The park also features sculptures along the pathway.