Dearborn Heights Michigan Attractions
The Detroit Experience Factory (DXF) is an innovative new organization in Detroit that is trying to transform Detroit's reputation as a rough place to live.
This is a family-oriented recreational facility owned and managed by the Detroit Experience Factory in Milford, Michigan, just a few miles south of Detroit. Here you will find a climbing wall, a hiking trail, roller coasters and a variety of other outdoor activities.
Henry Ford is a Greenfield Village, open seasonally from April to December. One of the buildings is the Henry Ford Museum and Museum of Art in Dearborn, Michigan, just a few miles south of Detroit. This old building in Dearborn, which stands at its original location, was formerly located in the old Arsenal Commandant's Quarters in Detroit.
Yes, you read that right, this beautiful island spans the entire city of Dearborn, Michigan, just a few miles south of Detroit. It covers an area of 1.5 million square feet, which is roughly the size of a small town.
The height is an estimate for the Dearborn Heights area and will be higher in some places than others, but it is estimated that in 2010 it had 55,353 residents (3) (see below for details). With the census of 57,774 persons in 2010, it is slightly higher than the 2000 census, which counted 58,264 persons. Covering just over 1.5 million square feet, the population of Dear Born Heights is the equivalent of a total population of 9,883,640 people that Michigan has, according to the Census Bureau.
Where we have data, we provide the minimum and maximum population of a location to give you a better idea of the total population of Dearborn Heights and its surroundings. This page allows you to determine the minimum, maximum, and minimum population for each of Michigan's counties and the entire state.
If you need the route, we recommend you to use one of the map services listed on the map page. For example, if you want to determine the total population of a city or city located 40 miles east of Dearborn Heights, you need to filter by distance from the nearest town, city, or county line. If you need the minimum population for a city 60 miles north or 40 miles south of Dearburn Heights, or the maximum population if the city is 30 miles south of it, filter the value table by distance.
Play in the city's 43 parks (cityofdearborn.org), which span nearly 432 acres of parkland. Travelers and residents of Dearborn with young children can visit the Dearburn Heights Park and Recreation Center, a 1,000-acre park on the west side of the city. Try the 2,500 square meter playground for children or play in one of the 43 parks.
While there, visit the University of Michigan and get to know the Dearborn Environmental Interpretive Center on the Rouge River, which runs through the country. Here you will encounter a variety of plants and animals as well as wildlife such as birds and birds of prey.
Greenfield Village takes you back in time and lets you explore buildings from different eras and areas of the world. In Greenfields Village you can visit historic sites that have been relocated from around the country. You can also see the work of farms and glass blowers, as well as historic buildings such as the Dearborn Museum of Art.
At the Henry Ford Museum, you can see models of vehicles, take a free bus ride from Rosa Parks, and visit the Ford Rouge Factory, the Ford Motor Company factory in Dearborn, Michigan. The factory in Rouge, which produces Ford F-150 pickup trucks, offers a glimpse of American automotive production in action. HenryFord.org covers more than 1,000 acres of historic buildings, museums, galleries and other attractions.
Popular year-round destination for Detroit area residents Lake Erie Metropark offers a variety of outdoor activities including hiking, running, biking, swimming, canoeing, kayaking and more. The Lower Rouge River Recreation Trail follows the river through the city of Canton, which lies between the urban centers of Ann Arbor and Detroit. This trail, which loosely follows the Huron River, allows participants to travel up to 30 miles around the world - without interruption and along the lower part of its length. Walk, run, cycle, hike or hang out with friends and family on the trails, parks and leisure areas of the city.
The Russell Street and Patterson Street Trail connects two streets along a former railway corridor in Tecumseh. The Metro Parkway Trail, also known as Freedom Trail, runs parallel to urban Macomb County and the Michigan Air Line Trail runs for nearly 6 miles.
Ford Motor Co. has increased the daily population of Dearborn to 150,000, while the permanent population was about 100,000, making it Michigan's tenth largest city. In 2010, it was home to more than 1.5 million people and many ethnic groups, making it the second largest metropolitan area in the United States after Detroit.