Introduction to Center Line, Michigan
Center Line History
In the mid-nineteenth century, Center Line was known as Kunrod’s Corner. It is completely surrounded by the largest city in Macomb County, Warren. The earliest settlers arrived in this area in 1837. It was officially incorporated as a village in 1925 and again as a city in 1936.
Center Line and nearby Attractions
- Detroit Zoo
- Children's Museum
- Fox Theater Building
- Stony Creek Metropark
- Mount Holly
- Historic Fort Wayne
Things To Do In Center Line
Local museums include the Cranbrook Educational Community, the Children's Museum, the Motown Historical Museum, and the Dearborn Historical Museum. The Addison Oaks County Park, Algonac State Park, the Bald Mountain Recreation Area, and the Dodge 4 State Park are some of the nearby parks and recreational destinations. Local historical sites include the Fox Theater Building, Fair Lane and Historic Fort Wayne.
Center Line Transportation
Oakland County International Airport is located nearby.
Center Line Higher Education
The Baker College of Auburn Hills, Oakland Community College, the College for Creative Studies and Wayne State University are some of the local colleges and universities.