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Though the true origins of the town name are lost to the times, historians speculate that Center Line came about because the settlement formed at the intersection of three Native American trails that traveled from Detroit to northeastern encampments. The tiny settlement grew by leaps and bounds when the Catholics decided to build a church so that the parishioners would not have to walk to Detroit to attend mass. From the mid-1800s until the early 1900s, this settlement was known as Kunrod’s Corner, and then it reverted to the original name.
Nowadays, Center Line, MI, is a sleepy bedroom community for the larger neighboring towns like Royal Oak about eight miles west, and Detroit, 15 miles south. Equally close to several wilderness parks and Detroit, an RV rental in Center Line makes it easy to embark on an adventure of a lifetime.
This close to a major urban area, there are very few pockets of wilderness remaining. However, with a Center Line camper trailer, it’s painless to find wild, untouched Michigan woods. The Huron National Forests, which also includes the Huron-Manistee, in northern Michigan collectively covers over 1.5 million acres of forest lands. The Huron National Forest, which is almost a straight shot north from Detroit, is almost 500,000 acres of pure wilderness. There are several miles of established multi-use trails, the longest of which is the North Country Trail, well over 125 miles long. Hikers share these trails with bikers and horseback riders. Though these trails are well marked, it’s highly advisable that any park visitors be able to read topographic maps. Due to the dense woods, it’s very easy to get disoriented and lose the trail. One section of the park is set aside for off-road vehicles, which includes most four-wheel drive-vehicles and ATV's. This part of the state is a known habitat of an endangered bird, the Kirtland’s Warbler. Birdwatchers, if they spot one, should log the location and date. Bring your travel trailer rental as camping, is a popular recreational activity, and though none of the primitive campgrounds have hookups, there are sanitation stations at various points.
A little closer to Center Line, Bald Mountain Recreation Area is a modest 4,6000-acre park with some of the steepest terrain in the southeastern area. Over 15 miles of trails wind through woods, up to scenic vistas, and around the lake’s perimeter. Anglers have a variety of waterways to choose from, depending on what they want to eat for dinner: trout is abundant in Trout Creek and Paint Creek. Alternatively, northern pike, panfish, and largemouth bass can be caught in the lakes, which allows fishing from the shore or the piers. This close to the city, there are very few areas where RC and drone flying is permitted, and this park is one of the few sites to allow it. Geocaching and metal-detecting are also activities enjoyed by many. Though this park disallows overnight camping, there are several private campgrounds in the area.
In the Detroit suburbs, there are regulations prohibiting overnight street parking. When you book an RV in Center Line, MI, be sure to figure out where you’ll park. There are several options within 30 miles. The Haas Lake Park RV Campground in New Hudson, MI, is a large facility with nearly 500 lots and several amenities. Some lots overlook the lake, on which guests can canoe, kayak, or swim. They also boast a retro arcade game room, WiFi, and a provide a honey wagon.
The KOA up in Holly might be a good option, too. In addition to offering 30 and 50 amp service, and having room for up to 80-foot rigs, it has a laser tag room, a rock-climbing wall, and outdoor bowling. It’s also very close to the Michigan Renaissance Festival, which runs from mid-August to September.
Exploring the City
Hop into a luxury RV rental and roll into the town in style. Detroit has a rich culture, history, art, and music scene. The Motown Museum, established in the very same home that was used as a recording studio by Berry Gordy, was created in honor of the Motown Sound that literally transformed the music industry. Browse the same studio that the Temptations, Supremes, and Four Tops once sang their hearts out, and you may have the opportunity to belt out a tune or two. An extensive array of artifacts, documents, photographs, and other memorabilia adorn the exhibits and the walls.
The Detroit Institute of Arts features a collection of over 65,000 artworks ranging from eclectic contemporary sculptures to old-master oil paintings, some of which dates back to the dawn of mankind. The exhibitions, which are changed on a regular basis, feature artists from around the world. Past artists have included Salvador Dali, Van Gogh, and more. The DIA also produces free events every month, including lectures, tours, and art classes and workshops.
One quirky meal Detroit is especially known for is its deep-dish square pizza. The locals and out-of-town folks alike love to debate on where to get the best pizza. You can’t go wrong with any pizzerias, especially if there’s a line going out the door. Not far from Center Line is Detroit Style Pizza Company in St. Clair Shores, which is run by a world pizza champion maker.
Grab a square, retreat from the mosquitoes in your Center Line RV rental, and enjoy your adventures in Michigan.