Brighton Listed Among State’s Best Spring Strolling Communities

Apr 5, 2016


Brighton Listed Among State's Best Spring Strolling Communities

A Livingston County downtown was recently among those on an disdainful statewide list of walkable communities. The Pure Michigan website, that is partial of a state’s central tourism debate and a multiplication of a Michigan Economic Development Corporation, listed “6 Michigan Cities to Stroll Through this Spring” and placed Brighton in a second spot. The post’s author, Margaret Clegg of The Awesome Mitten, pronounced that Brighton’s downtown “feels like strolling down a highway from yesterday.” She described a “peaceful setting” with St Paul’s Episcopal Church on a mountain unaware a Millpond and combined that there was most to do and see along Main Street, including children personification during a Imagination Station park and families feeding a ducks in a pond. Clegg also singled out a 30 open art exhibits as value saying and what she called “fun-filled shops” along with a many eateries in Brighton’s downtown where one could stop for a punch to eat after operative adult an appetite. Other cities that done a list are Sault Ste. Marie, Ann Arbor, Grand Rapids, Petoskey and Traverse City. Photo Courtesy of Margaret Clegg. (JK)