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Lexington, Michigan - Open Year Round - Est. 1998

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A1 Cottage Rentals LLC

PO Box 546, Lexington, MI  48450

Phone:  810-359-7774

Email:  a1cottages@a1cottages.com

Web Site:  www.a1cottages.com

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Lexington Tierney Park (Harbor)

 

Beach, Lake Huron, Playground Equipment, pier, bathrooms, rain garden project

7380 Huron Avenue, Lexington, MI  48450 (Located at the harbor downtown)

There is also a tennis court located at 7380 Simon St., Lexington, MI  48450 which is at the top of the hill of Tierney Park

Lexington Lester Park

 

Skate park equipment, full basketball court, playground, tennis courts, tether ball, baseball diamond, picnic area and a walking path.  7200 Lester, Lexington, MI  48450.  Lester is located 4 streets south of the Lexington light - head west from M-25 

 

 

 

Six Gun Territory

 

Wild West Town - "A Blast from the Past"   www.sixgunterritory.com

6425 Roach Rd., Lexington, MI   48450  (Just north of town)

General Store, wagon rides, playground, pony rides, petting farm, rope making,

panning for gold, rock climbing wall, putt putt and more!  Call for reservations at 810-359-8418.  Owners Fred and Jackie Kading would love to meet you!  

 

 

 

Sanilac County Lexington Park - 27 Acres

 

3885 Lakeshore Rd. (M-25), Phone: 810-359-7473
(Pavilions, 42 sites, picnic area, tennis courts, 
swimming beach, playground equipment, restrooms).  Call to reserve for large groups    (3 Miles North of Lexington)

 

Lakeport State Park - 565 Acres

 

7605 Lakeshore Rd. (M-25), Phone: 810-327-6224

(283 Campsites with two campgrounds, electricity, toilet/shower building in each campground, park store).  Picnicking, picnic shelter, playground, restrooms. swimming.   (10 minutes south of Lexington)

 

Sanilac Petroglyphs Historic State Park

 

8251 Germania Rd., Phone:  989-856-4411

This historic site is located within the park which features Michigan's only known rock carvings attributed to American Indian workmanship.     Hiking Trail is open year round.  (click here for Map & Directions - its approximately 1 hour from the Lexington light)

 


 

Charter Boat, fishing boats, canoe and kayak rentals (click here)

 

Michigan Fall Color Report, phone 888-784-7328.

Press # 2 - then press # 2 again.

You can phone the DNR directly to make camping or harbor reservations at:

1-800-447-2757 or visit their web site at:  www.midnrreservations.com/