Introduction to Woodhaven, Michigan
Woodhaven, Michigan, in Wayne county, is 7 miles S of Taylor, Michigan and 16 miles SW of . The city is conveniently located inside the Detroit metropolitan area.
The small parts of the eastern division of Woodhaven were considered urbanized areas by the census in 1950. Woodhaven was incorporated as a village in the year 1961. It was named after Woodhaven, which is a village in the Borough of Queens, New York City. Woodhaven was re-incorporated as a city on December 7, 1965.
Woodhaven and nearby Attractions
- Trenton Parks & Recreation
- Trenton Historical Museum
- Haas Park Building
- Lake Erie Metropark Golf Course
- Elizabeth Park
- Huron-Clinton Metroparks
Things To Do In Woodhaven
The department of parks & recreation of Woodhaven offers a variety of recreation opportunities for the city's people. It offers aerobics, yoga and gymnastics classes for people of all ages. The city also has lovely parks and open spaces where nature lovers can relax.
Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is close to the city.
Woodhaven Higher Education
The colleges situated nearby are Wayne State University, Marygrove College, Wayne County Community College District and Henry Ford Community College.