Saline offers a long list of activities to entertain the entire family.  Whether you’re looking for unique attractions, fresh-air fun or arts and culture, we assure you that you’ll find something enjoyable for every age.

Unique Saline Attractions

Finkbeiner Sunflower Farm

This amazing farm is bursting with sunflowers in late summer. A “must see” with a long history, the Finkbeiners have been growing sunflowers for the past several decades.

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Salt Springs Park

Saline’s newest park, Salt Springs Park is designated as the city’s 12th park and was founded after discovery that connects to the town’s ancient natural features – salt springs.

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Saline Sculpture Walk

Comprised of 11 works created by four artists, the entire walk entails a hike of roughly a mile in and around Saline.

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Orchards & Pumpkin Patches

Learn about the area’s many orchards and pumpkin patches to help you get your cider & donut fix, or if you want to find yourself lost in a corn maze!

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Weber Blaess One-Room Schoolhouse

This one-room schoolhouse from the 1860’s is an interactive museum with many historical artifacts and furnishings.

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Depot Museum & Trail

This free museum is open on Saturdays from 11 am – 3 pm for browsing and guided tours. Visitors will see a station agent’s room, freight room, furnished caboose, a livery barn, and a restored Eclipse Windmill.

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Rentschler Farm Museum

This free museum is open on Saturdays from 11 am – 3 pm. Tour the farmhouse, peruse through the garden or visit the baby farm animals.

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Bixby Marionette Exhibit

Dioramas of Bixby’s marionettes and stage settings, photographs, and artwork highlight his 50 years as a national performer.

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Saline Recreation

Saline Parks & Recreation Center

A one-stop shop for fitness and fun, the Saline Parks & Recreation Center offers a full range of fitness and recreational activities through its sports, exercise and aquatics facilities.

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Stonebridge Golf Club

Stonebridge Golf Club is a public 18 hole championship golf course and driving range in Ann Arbor, Michigan and was designed in 1991 by world famous golf course architect Arthur Hills. Several tee options accommodate all levels of play.

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Brookside Golf Course

Brookside offers a challenging round of 18-hole golf with a family atmosphere. Included is a grass tee driving range, bar and grill, and pro shop offered at reasonable prices.

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Saline Sculpture Walk

Comprised of 11 works created by four artists, the entire walk entails a hike of roughly a mile in and around Saline.

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Free Little Libraries

Placed in more than a dozen locations throughout Saline, Little Free Libraries (LFLs) are small boxes that hold books for children and adults, and that promote the values of literacy and community. Take a book, or leave a book, anytime, for free.

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Saline City Parks

The Saline area neighborhoods have many community parks with playgrounds, play equipment, picnic areas, sports fields, basketball courts, dog parks, boat launch ramps, restrooms, and other special facilities.

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X-Golf Ann Arbor

X-Golf Ann Arbor is Metro Detroit’s leading indoor golf and entertainment venue, with state of the art golf simulators designed for golfers at all stages of their game. X-Golf offers individual play, leagues, tournaments, driving range, lessons and training technology.

1345 E. Michigan Ave,
Saline

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Saline Walking Paths and Routes

Whether you want to walk through downtown, through a park or catch a glimpse of Saline’s history, with the many options of walking routes and paths, you’re sure to find the perfect path and distance to fit your needs.

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