About Our Area

Lenawee County founded in 1822 has a population of 98,623 residents that encompass over 750 square miles. Home to 52 inland lakes that range in accessibility and recreation from SUP and kayaking, boating, jet ski’s, rowing and fishing. The home to the Page Fence Giants a professional Black-American baseball team (1894-1898), as well as the Lion Car Company (1909 – 1912) both organizations called Adrian, Michigan home.

Currently home to three institutions of higher education (Adrian College, Siena Heights University, and Jackson College). A visit to Downtown Adrian will have you taking a step inside Michigan’s oldest theatre and one of the oldest continuously operating theaters in the United States, the Croswell Opera House built in 1866 continues to offer high-quality live entertainment in a beautiful historic facility.

Step into a 755-acre botanical garden, hike throughout the property or enjoy the on-site bonsai garden, take a class in horticulture, or take a slow driver through the fall colors. If more action is what you are looking for sit back and feel the thunder of NASCAR in your chest as you take in a race at Michigan International Speedway.

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