Introduction to Clinton Township, Michigan
The people of Clinton Township are in the Detroit metropolitan area. The town has a population of 95,648.
Clinton Township History
On August 12, 1818, Clinton Township was formed as the "Huron Township." It derived its name from the Huron River. As there was already another Huron River to the south of Detroit, the name of the river was changed to Clinton, and the township followed suit. It was renamed Clinton Township on July 17, 1824. This name was in honor of DeWitt Clinton, the governor of New York.
Clinton Township and nearby Attractions
- Troy Museum & Historic Village
- Ferndale Historical Museum
- Fox Theater Building
- Stony Creek Metropark
- Detroit Zoo
Things To Do In Clinton Township
You can enjoy boating and fishing at the Clinton River or Metro Beach Metropark in Clinton. Skaters can spend their leisure time at the Landslide Skate Park. In addition, the Michigan Transit Museum, Macomb County Historical Society and the Crocker House Museum are all popular historical locations. One can also plan a tour to the Morley Candy Makers, Inc. factory, which is the largest candy maker of Michigan.
Clinton Township Transportation
Detroit City Airport is nearby.
Clinton Township Higher Education
The nearest colleges are Macomb Community College, Walsh College, Marygrove College and Rochester College.