Manufactured Home Community Living in Monroe, Michigan
Located on the western shores of Lake Erie, Monroe, Michigan is an adventure lovers paradise. With historical charm, cultural attractions, and a picturesque downtown with shops and eateries, the city is a great place to live and explore. Enjoy boating and fishing at Sterling State Park. Live among landmarks like River Raisin National Battlefield Park. Experience performances at River Raisin Centre for the Arts and hear live music at the River Raisin Jazz Festival. Living in Monroe also gives you acces to Detroit and Toledo.
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Meadowbrook Estates in Monroe is a gorgeous manufactured home community situated between Toledo and Detroit. Our welcoming community offers a serene lifestyle and excellent amenities for families, including a clubhouse, basketball and volleyball courts, and an outdoor playscape. We're a highway drive away from Ann Arbor and many Michigan attractions.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- What are the best things to do in Monroe?
There are so many fantastic things to do in Monroe, it’s hard to know where to start. But don’t miss:
- Monroe County Cornerstone Bicycle Route
- Munson Park
- Luna Pier Boardwalk
- Veteran's Park River
- River Raisin National Battlefield Park
- The Mall of Monroe
- Telegraph Plaza
- William C. Sterling State Park
- George Armstrong Custer Equestrian Monument
- South Monroe Plaza Shopping Center
- What are the best places to eat in Monroe?
Monroe offers downhome and casual dining as well as fantastic farm-to-table cuisine, all of which take advantage of locally sourced seafood. You won't want to miss the Public House, Michigan Bar & Grill, R Diner, Northside Bar & Grill, Mugsy's, and Pete's Garage.
- What is Monroe best known for?
Known as the childhood home of General George Armstrong Custer who made his famous last stand at the Battle of the Little Bighorn, Monroe honors General Custer with a gorgeous park and statuary.
- How is the weather in Monroe?
Monroe's four seasons punctuated with warm, humid summers, snowy winters, and gorgeous fall foliage. Temperatures seldom fall below 2°F or climb above 91°F. Warm-weather tourism peaks between mid-June and mid-September.
- Does Monroe have public transportation?
Lake Erie Transit provides eight fixed bus routes, Bedford Dial-A-Ride services, and ADA and Essential Transportation Services throughout Monroe and the surrounding areas. Consider renting bikes, e-scooters, or try Uber or Lyft for other ways to get around town.