Harbortown RV Resort lights the way to the finest our region has to offer! Make Harbortown your home base for exploring an area that shines with history, recreation and much more! Enjoy fishing, prime golfing at area golf courses, the Henry Ford Museum & Greenfield Village, Cabela’s, historic sites like River Raisin Battlefield, the Navarre-Anderson Trading Post, the Martha Barker Country Store, plus shopping, dining and much MORE!
You can also enjoy easy day trips to Detroit and Ann Arbor, Michigan and Toledo, Ohio.
Fishing has become a top water sport around Southeast Michigan. Book a charter boat and get out on the water ~ you’ll soon be reeling ’em in!
Trophy-size Walleye have been pulled from the Brest Bay and Bolles Harbor areas. Lake Erie Perch are plentiful all along the Southeast Lower Peninsula coast of Michigan.
Lake Erie is the major draw, but you can also head upstream into the River Raisin for a chance at Smallmouth Bass.
Other Water Sports
Even if you aren’t an angler, there are plenty of boating, paddling and more water sports opportunities on these local waters. The largest public boat launch on Lake Erie is just half a mile from the resort!
Harbortown RV Resort offers the most convenient access to local golfing…a premier 18 hole golf course is just next door!
Work on your handicap at this beautiful and challenging course that is adjacent to Harbortown. Three sets of tees offer up to 6600 yards of play. Water is featured on 14 of the 18 holes. The practice facility offers a large teeing area, a putting green and a chipping green with practice sand bunker. Enjoy the offerings of the pro shop, restaurant, bar and banquet facilities.
Monroe County is the golf capital of Michigan and you'll have more than two dozen courses from which to choose!
Offering a deep and diverse selection of exhibits, programs, demonstrations and reenactments, the Henry Ford pays homage to history and celebrates innovation with attractions.
PLUS, experience firsthand, today’s cutting edge manufacturing of the Ford Rouge Factory Tour, the artifacts of innovation at the Benson Ford Research Center, the awesome filmed offerings of the Henry Ford IMAX Theater and much more!
Set in the heart of downtown Monroe, Michigan since 1972, the Monroe County Historical Museum is housed in a large Georgian-style building that was originally built as a post office in 1910 on the site of the home of George Armstrong Custer. Today, the museum contains a vast collection of 18th and 19th century artifacts related to Southeast Michigan. Exhibits change regularly and guided tours may be arranged by appointment. Be sure to drop by the gift shoppe to browse the books and souvenirs!
The original structure of the Navarre-Anderson Trading Post is the oldest existing wooden building in the state of Michigan. The site houses the classic example of French-Canadian "piece-sur-piece" construction circa 1797 in the main building, plus an 1810 cookhouse and a replica 1790's French-Canadian style barn. The grounds are open year-round and host the annual Colonial Living History Weekend with Campeau Company, a Colonial civilian and military reenactment.
The battlefield at River Raisin was the site of a historic battle for Frenchtown, Michigan (Monroe's former name) during the War of 1812 and pitted the forces of the newly formed United States against the combined forces of Great Britain and local Native Americans. The British-Indian victory at the battle, which lasted from January 18-23 in 1813 had a definite impact on the Great Lakes Campaign as Frenchtown was overrun and led to invasions in the Ohio Frontier. Today, you can explore and re-live the battle at the Visitors Center, which hosts a variety of exhibits and artifacts.
The Martha Barker Country Store Museum is housed in the Papermill School Building which dates to 1860 and is now a replica of a common country store circa 1918. The exhibits and authentic artifacts are donated by local families and businesses. A limited number of items are available for sale in the museum, including "penny candy" and small souvenirs that ensure your visit is a memorable one.
Harbortown RV Resort is nestled in an area that boasts many other attractions, including great shopping, a thrilling sports complex, scenic city & state parks, entertaining festivals, dining that ranges from fancy to frugal, plus fantastic bird watching, hiking & biking, farms, and more!
Harbortown RV Resort is located between Detroit, Michigan and Toledo, Ohio and is convenient to Ann Arbor, Michigan and all points in between these prime destinations, so get out an explore all the region has to offer!
A day trip to Detroit, the Motor City, offers you the chance to explore (or rediscover) the "D" and immerse yourself in the thriving culture of this world class metropolis. Enjoy the "uniquely Detroit" experience of cars, arts, entertainment, recreation, events, gaming, professional sports, shopping, dining and so much more!
Take a day trip to Ann Arbor, also known as "The Sizzle in Southeastern Michigan," to explore fine dining, entertaining shows, unique culture, active university scene, diverse shopping, and endless recreation opportunities. Enjoy an eclectic mix of galleries, museums, attractions, golf, nightlife and much, much more!
Harbortown is less than half an hour to famous hospitality, active arts & entertainment scene, unique culture, wide-ranging recreation & attractions, prime sporting opportunities, top restaurants, diverse shopping, historic sites, and much more. Enjoy a day trip over the state line to Toledo, Ohio!