Parks, Gardens, and Cemeteries
Applewood Estate Gardens
Visit the apple orchards, rose and perennial gardens of Flint's "hidden piece of paradise"
Once the testing grounds for R. E. Olds' Curved Dash vehicle, this island park is the perfect place for a picnic.
Take a ride down the Conner Creek Greenway and memory lane to find why Detroit was, and still is, the automotive capital of the world.
Savor the serenity of the Oriental Garden, the casual beauty of the bog gardens, the symmetry of the sunken garden and the scent of herbaceous borders�
Eastside Historic Cemetery District
Walk through the Medieval-style gatehouses and early Gothic Chapel in Detroit's three oldest cemeteries
Edsel & Eleanor Ford House
Let the carefully crafted landscape architecture engage all five of your senses- the sight of the many colors and shapes, the sound of water running, the smell of flowers in bloom, the taste of berries and the feeling of being surrounded by nature�
Edsel & Eleanor Ford's Haven Hill Estate
2008 Highland Barn Tour & HVCA Equine Divine Art Exhibit
Ella Sharp Park
One of the first parks in Jackson dedicated to the auto driving tour
Ford Family Cemetery
The final resting place of Henry and Clara Ford.
Take a drive through the rolling landscape and winding roadways of this 19th century cemetery. You'll begin to understand why so many of this period's authors found cemeteries irresistibly romantic�
Hidden Lake Gardens
Enjoy a soothing drive as you discover the secret gems of this beautiful garden�
Mt. Hope Cemetery
Climb the marble steps to the grand R. E. Olds tomb�
Sharon Mills County Park
Canoe down the lazy river and enjoy a picnic lunch at this 1835 mill...
Breathtaking stained glass windows, grand statues and intricate architecture complement the peaceful park that is home to both the Dodge and Ford families�
Pay respects to the row of graves bearing the epitaph "His Life for a Union"-the final resting place for four of the 1932 Ford Hunger Marchers...
The 1942 Cadillac
By: Robert Tate
Many automotive fans may recall the 1942 Cadillac model design being quite similar to the previous 1941 Cadillac version. This was mostly due to the fact that before the newer model became widely established, production had to come to a halt on February 4, 1942 as the United States of America entered World War II.