Introduction to Melvindale, Michigan
Hubert Champaign, Edward Pepper, and Lewis Allen are believed to be the first European settlers in the region. The three men settled here in 1819. Melvindale was incorporated as a village on September 9, 1924 and re-incorporated as a city on February 6, 1933.
Melvindale and nearby Attractions
- Fair Lane
- Fox Theater Building
- Lower Huron Metropolitan Park
- Maybury State Park
- Historic Fort Wayne
- Pewabic Pottery
Things To Do In Melvindale
There are many interesting tourist attractions situated close to the city. You can visit the historical sites and museums to learn more about the background of the city. Melvindale also has many popular parks for entertainment and relaxation.
Air transportation is available from the Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport.
Melvindale Higher Education
Some of the universities and colleges situated close to the city are Davenport University-Eastern Region-Dearborn, Wayne State University, Marygrove College and Wayne County Community College District.