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Lexington is in east-central Michigan and on the shores of Lake Huron, in
This area was originally settled during the great lumbering era,
when the vast forests of Michigan were cut. Many of the stately homes date from the
mid- to late-1800's.
Lexington is a little town filled with Victorian architecture,
boutiques, and quaint shops (including a General Store with "penny candy"
The town's claim to fame is the delicious fruit pies served by
the various local shops. Specialties include raspberry and cherry pies.
Lexington offers a large harbor of refuge on Lake Huron, built
from gigantic boulders. The town and surrounding areas offer some of the state's
most spectacular scenery.
There are lots of special activities planned by the Lexington
Promotional Committee, including free concerts in the harbor park on
Friday nights in the summer, judged art fairs, and
Nearby you may take a personal guided tour of an operational
lighthouse, visit the Lightship Museum, or stand in awe as a Great Lakes freighter passes
within feet of your spot along the St. Clair River where it joins Lake Huron.
This is the Blue Water Area -- named for the stunning sapphire
blue on sunny days.
Festivals are held in June, July,
August, September, and October.
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