Macomb Orchard Trail – Best Things To Do in Macomb County

By Tyler Bastianelli | June 2, 2020

Macomb Orchard Trail is located in Macomb County Michigan. The trail is 23.5 miles long and extends all the way from Richmond to Dequindre road. This trail is located in Shelby Township, MI and is a great spot to go to for some activity. Trail Length: 23.5 MilesTownship: Shelby Township, MI If you’re interested in […]

Buddy’s Pizza – Best Pizza in Shelby Township

By Tyler Bastianelli | May 22, 2020

Buddy’s Pizza opened its original location in 1930 in Detroit Michigan at 6 Mile Road and Conant Street. Buddy’s Pizza now has over 15 location in Michigan, our favorite is in Shelby Township, Michigan. In 1944 during World War II, Buddy’s Pizza created a new pizza-style to differentiate themselves from the other pizza shops! In […]

Partridge Creek Mall – Best Malls in Macomb County

By Tyler Bastianelli | May 10, 2020

Partridge Creek Mall is on our list of Best Malls in Macomb County. Partridge Creek Mall is located in Clinton Twp., MI which is about 20 minutes away from Shelby Township, MI.  Partridge Creek is an outdoor mall full of different shops, restaurants, jet fountains, fireplace, and even a movie theater. When the weather cooperates, […]

Beautiful side view of the Wolcott Mill Metropark Farm House in Fall

Wolcott Mill Metropark – Best Parks in Macomb County

By Tyler Bastianelli | April 28, 2020

Wolcott Mill Metropark is on our list of best things to do in Macomb County, Michigan. Wolcott Mill Metropark is one of thirteen metroparks comprising the Huron-Clinton Metroparks. Here are some of the offerings of Wolcott Mill Metropark: Camp Rotary Kids love the daily trips at Camp Rotary, located on the Clinton River. The kids […]

Brooks Brewery – Best Breweries in Shelby Township

By Tyler Bastianelli | April 13, 2020

Brooks Brewing company is located in Shelby Township, MI in Ferndale, MI.  Brooks Brewing has two locations offering a variety of wines and beers.  The flagship brewery location is located in Shelby Township, offering more to taste. In 2011 Brooks Brewing was able to brew their first beer. Brooks Brewing is currently offering over twenty […]

Great Lakes Crossing Outlets – Best Shopping in Shelby Township

By Tyler Bastianelli | April 12, 2020

Great Lakes Crossing Outlets is a mall located just under 30 min from Shelby Township, MI. The mall covers 1 mile long if you were to walk around the entire mall.  The mall is filled over 180 stores and includes some major attractions like Rain Forest Café, AMC Theater, Lego Land, Peppa Pig World and […]

Sabrosa Sangria – Best Things To Do in Shelby Township

By Tyler Bastianelli | April 6, 2020

Sabrosa Sangria is located in Shelby Township, Michigan just south of 24 mile road, off Van Dyke Rd. Sabrosa offers a range of different red sangrias, and they have one white sangria. There are special sangria’s created and offered for very limited times throughout the year. Sabrosa mean’s tasty in Spanish, which is how they […]

Stoney Creek Metro Park – Best Outdoor Things To Do in Shelby Township

By Tyler Bastianelli | March 25, 2020

Stoney Creek Metro Park is located in Oakland and Macomb County, and is visited by many residents of Shelby Township, Michigan. The park is 4,400 acres and is open all year long.  Visitors enjoy activities including biking, swimming, walking, cross-country skiing, snowboarding, and types of sport activities.  Stoney Creek Metro Park has different type of […]

Coronavirus: a note to our customers.

By AHadmin | March 24, 2020

May 04, 2020 Update Effective May 7, 2020, Acadia Homes will be offering appointment-only in-person showings with no more than 4 people on the premises at any one time, in compliance with Michigan State Order. You can schedule appointments via our Contact Form, Phone at 586-703-3897, or Email at Thank you, Acadia Home Builders […]

Selfridge Military Air Museum – Best Museums in Macomb County

By Tyler Bastianelli | March 17, 2020

Selfridge Military Air Museum is a great place to learn about planes, military and other historical aviation. The Museum was named after Thomas Etholen Selfridge. Selfridge was on a trial mission with another pilot and he made it as far as Virginia before he was killed during his flight.  He was going into a steep […]