Introduction to Niles, Michigan
The area that makes up Niles was once occupied by four separate nations. Spain, France, England and the United States have all flown their flags over this city. Niles was once the trading area for the regions. It used to serve as the intersection for major railroads, and was known as the "Gateway of Commerce and Settlement" for the American West.
Niles and nearby Attractions
- Birkholm Park
- Plym Park
- Eagle St. Park
- Tot Park
- Eastside Park
- Saathoff Park
Things To Do In Niles
The city is full of open spaces and lovely parks where one can relax with family and friends. The parks also feature playgrounds where you can enjoy a variety of sports like baseball, volleyball and football.
Air transportation is available from Battle Creek International Airport.
Niles Higher Education
The colleges and universities that are situated close to the city are University of Notre Dame, Indiana University-South Bend, Kalamazoo Valley Community College and Andrews University.