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  • Michigan attractions capture our imaginations, warm our hearts, thrill us and inspire us to come back for more. Michigan's museums, water parks, wineries, zoos, lighthouses and more are ready when we are. Because discovering new delights and doing what we’ve always wanted to do is Pure Michigan. Dog friendly activites.
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  • Fusilier Family Farm & Greenhouse - Manchester

    Distance: 8 miles from Brooklyn

    This working farm offers seasonal family fun and includes a petting farm, hayrides, 12-acre corn maze and farm tours. Spring offers a wide selection of annuals, perennials and hanging baskets. Summer brings fresh produce and fall...

  • Irish Hills Fun Center - Tipton

    Distance: 8 miles from Brooklyn

    A family entertainment center with free general admission featuring Go-karts, water slide, bumper boats, ferris wheel and 18 holes of miniature golf.

  • Port to Port Adventure Golf - Tipton

    Distance: 8 miles from Brooklyn

    Located in the Irish Hills just ten miles east from Michigan International Speedway. Our 19 unique hole miniature golf course has a beautiful garden setting with over 100 varieties of shrubs and flowers. Also, 18 station bankshot...

  • Hillside Christmas Tree Farm - Tipton

    Distance: 9 miles from Brooklyn

    Hillside Christmas Tree Farm is a choose and cut/cut your own Christmas tree farm located in the Irish Hills area of Michigan. This season, Hillside is offering Scotch Pine, Blue and Serbian Spruce, and a limited number of White Spruce...

  • Meckley's Flavor Fruit Farm - Somerset Center

    Distance: 9 miles from Brooklyn

    We have a wonderful apple orchard/ cider mill that has been in the family for over 50 years. Stop in the bakery, for homemade donuts, and pies. The farm House cafe is now open. While at the orchard please enjoy, all the vibrant gardens,...

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    Sharon Mills Park - Manchester

    Distance: 9 miles from Brooklyn

    This park, the first county-owned park in Southwest Washtenaw County, was restored by Henry Ford in the 1930s. The Mill, most recently used as a winery, was constructed in 1835 and is listed on both the state and national Register of...

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