Pontiac is home to around 60,000 people and it is a city that you can visit on a bus rental in Pontiac, Michigan.
If you like getting scared for fun, then a visit to Pontiac should be on the top of your bucket list. Pontiac has two nationally known haunted houses: The Realm of Darkness, which has been named as one of the country's best haunted houses; and Erebus, which was once the biggest haunted house in the world.
A bus rental in Pontiac, Michigan can take you to one of the cities that participate in the Woodward Dream Cruise classic car event. Also, you can visit the Creative Arts Center, located inside a former library and gives visitors a chance to learn about the arts including water color and oil painting. It is also a prime gallery space that features the works of local and area artists.
Play golf at Pontiac Municipal Golf Course. This 18-hole course has 5,541 yards at the longest tees. It has a 70 par, 65.1 course rating and a 107 slope rating. The course was first opened in the 1990s and was designed by Dr. Michael Hurdzan.
Check out the Pinegrove historical Museum where you could learn more about life in the 1800s and early 1900s. You could find several historic buildings including the mansion of former state governor Moses Wisner and a number of outbuildings. The museum's collections include farm implements and tools as well as other artifacts of daily life.
There are several nationally registered historic places in the city. The Eastern Michigan Asylum Historic District includes the former psychiatric hospital building that was first opened in the 1870s. Then visit the Melvyn Maxwell and Sara Stein Smith House, which was designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
Other sites listed on the register includes houses and dwellings (Casa del Rey Apartments, Grinnell Brothers Music House, Horatio N. Howard House, Myrick-Palmer House, and Wisner House); historic districts (Fairgrove Avenue Historic District, Franklin Boulevard Historic District, Modern Housing Corporation Addition Historic District, and Pontiac Commercial Historic District); and other sited and structures including Gillespie Street-Clinton River Bridge, Oak Hill Cemetery, and St. Vincent DePaul Catholic Church, Convent, and School.
Home to eight major parks and close to two dozen neighborhood parks, the city offers a lot of opportunities to enjoy the great outdoors. Go to Galloway Lake Park, where you can play at the softball fields, tennis courts, and basketball courts. You can also fish here or have a picnic while the kids enjoy the playground. Hawthorne Park has horseshoe pits, playground equipment, picnic facilities, a boat launch and fishing area.
Meanwhile, Jaycee Park has baseball fields, horseshoe pits, playground equipment and picnic facilities. Then you have Oakland Park with its basketball and tennis courts, a skate park, playground equipment, and picnic facilities. Beaudette Park, on the other hand, has basketball and tennis courts, horseshoe pits, softball fields, playground equipment, boat launch, fishing area, and picnic facilities.
Further, you have Murphy Park that features horseshoe pit, soccer field, cricket set up, playground equipment, and a sledding hill. You can also head out to North Kiwanis Park and play baseball or at the playground. You can also boat and fish here. Then you have the Aaron Perry Parks where you can play soccer and softball.
Neighborhood parks in Pontiac include Argyle Park, Madge Burt Park, Cherrylawn Park, Dawson Pond Park, Art Dunlop Park, Fisher Street Park, Charles Harris Park, and Art Heaton Park.
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