“learn about the history on Marshall, MI”
Sidewalks in Marshall Michigan have been painted to highlight historic resources. The green dotted Historic Homes Walk will feature over 200 structures and the red dotted Historic Downtown Walk includes five museums. Other walks include historic Oakridge Cemetery, nature areas, and around a collection of historic buildings at the Fairgrounds on the Hill that almost became the Michigan capitol complex. The popular River Walk is a part of the North Country National Scenic Trail. The Kalamazoo River is open again for boats, canoes or kayaks after the oil spill of 2010. Karen Hagerty, Tourism Director, said “our historic town is a virtual museum without walls and is available 24/7 for self-guided walks, rain or shine. We also have guided tours, group tours and carriage rides available.”
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