Discover the Rich History of Lexington, MI

Explore historic homes, restaurants and lighthouses

An old fishing village cozied up against the banks of Lake Huron, Lexington Business Association sits in a quaint and historic region of the Great Lakes State. With nearby lighthouses, historic homes and even a couple of reputedly haunted locales, there's no shortage of historical sites to see.

Additionally, Lexington is surrounded by areas traditionally used by local farmers. This means that our town is in the middle big, beautiful open country. It also means that our restaurants and shops have access to the freshest local ingredients. That's not to mention the fresh fish that comes right out of Lake Huron.

Call the Lexington Business Association today to find out more about the rich history of the Lexington and Croswell area.

3 reasons to visit us in Lexington

As you plan your trip to Lexington, MI, make sure you talk to the folks at the Lexington Business Association. We'll serve as your tour guide in our village and the surrounding areas.

Visit Lexington for your next getaway because:

  1. We have a newly updated historic home called the Cadillac House on the corner of Huron and Main, that's now a bustling restaurant. The Cadillac House is rumored to be haunted, drawing in ghost hunters from everywhere.
  2. Lexington is located within an easy driving distance of several beautiful lighthouses like the ones at Port Sanilac, Fort Gratiot, Harbor Beach and Point aux Barques.
  3. There's a large sugar factory in nearby Croswell, and you can find sweets that use that local sugar at almost any shop in Lexington. For pickle lovers, we also have the Gielow pickle factory in the area.

Reach out to the Lexington Business Association right now to gather the information you need for your ideal Great Lake getaway.