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Grosse Ile is defined by its natural beauty and its location, which is an island township of just over 10 square miles in the Detroit River where it empties into Lake Erie. With a total of 11 islands the township features lake frontage, marshlands, forests, canals and open space preserved for future generations. A bike path and trail system run throughout the “Big” Island. Grosse Ile Township Schools are some of the best in Michigan and it is one of the safest communities too! So, if island living appeals to you – then come and discover Grosse Ile.
Gibraltar started out as a cottage community that morphed into a popular residential community with easy access to the rest of Metro Detroit and water recreation. It is made up of 4 islands in the Detroit River where the river meets Lake Erie.
Grosse Ile Township 9601 Groh Rd., Grosse Ile 48138 (734) 676-4422 • www.grosseile.com Population: 10,788 Income: $101,000
City of Gilbraltar 29450 Munro Ave., Gibraltar 48173 (734) 676-3900 • www.cityofgibraltar.net Population: 4,997 Income: $63,000
City of Wyandotte 3200 Biddle Ave., Wyandotte 48192 (734) 324-4500 • www.wyandotte.net Population: 25,058 Income: $53,000 Named after the Wyandotte Indians who originally populated the region, Wyandotte is located directly on the Detroit River before it empties into Lake Erie. The city has a vibrant downtown area, nearby parks and beautiful surrounding residential neighborhoods, many with “big” water out the back door.
Huron Charter Township 22950 Huron River Drive, New Boston 48164 (734) 753-4466 • www.hurontownship-mi.gov Population: 16,944 Income: $65,000 The township boasts 3,500 acres of parkland along the Huron River, with golf courses, apple orchards, horse stables and three Metroparks. The villages of New Boston, Waltz, and Willow offer great family life and easy access to Metro Detroit via I-75 and I-94.
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