Battle Creek Region of Michigan

Battle Creek Area Region 2 in addition to Calhoun County includes Branch County, Hillsdale County, Jackson County and Lenawee County Michigan.

Region 2 -Battle Creek Area of Michigan

Region 2 -Battle Creek Area

Region 2 -Battle Creek Area is the gateway to Michigan from Indiana when traveling on Highway 69. Battle Creek is best known for being the Cereal Capital of the World (you thought we might say the CBS TV Show starring Josh Duhamel and Dean Winters?) and nearby cities Marshall is a picturesque Victorian-era historic landmark district. Albion where the Kalamazoo River meanders offering fisherman and paddlers a great time outside. Bicyclists can also peddle through Albion on their way to Concord, Homer, or Marshall. Great attractions include the Binder Park Zoo, Kids 'N' Stuff Museum, and the Full Blast Water Park.

What to See and Do in Region 2 Battle Creek Area

Mon. - Fri. 9am-5pm | Sat. 9am-6pm | Sun. 11am-6pm.

Binder Park Zoo is located outside of Battle Creek, Michigan, on 433 acres of natural forests and wetlands. The zoo has become one of the leading cultural attractions in the region. Binder Park Zoo was created on the model of an entrepreneurial self-supporting nonprofit organization, and is managed by a zoological society board of directors.

Chateau Aeronautique Winery was founded on the ideals of creating fine wines from Michigan grapes and offering those wines for tasting in a beautiful, relaxing setting. The theme of the Winery is the airpark lifestyle ~ flying, vintage airplanes, and living in a home with hangar on a grass runway surrounded by forests.

For over 100 years, four generations of Burtka’s have been making wines in this country for the enjoyment of their family and friends. Nestled in the Irish Hills, minutes from several lakes and Michigan International Speedway, John & Denise Burtka have created a new destination for wine lovers.

The family operated Flying Otter Vineyard & Winery is situated on a 55 acre estate in Southeast Michigan and features an outdoor Tasting Pavilion, open from April-October each year on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, offering tastings, entertainment, wine education courses, crafting activities, and more.

Located in southeast Michigan, in the heart of downtown Tecumseh’s historical district, Pentamere’s tasting room offers guests complementary wine tasting and a peek at our production facilities. See that railing around the hole in the floor? That’s your best vantage point. Heckling is encouraged--just make sure you can take it, if you dish it.

Looking for a unique combination of history, fine dining, and sightseeing along the railway, look no further than the Old Road Dinner Train. This is one meal — and ride — that you won’t soon forget.

May 1 to Oct. 1 | Open Daily from 11am-4pm.

Critchlow Alligator Sanctuary is a reptile rescue facility that is open to the public.

The Leila Arboretum dates back to 1922 when Leila Post Montgomery, widow of cereal magnate C.W. Post, donated 72 acres of land to the city of Battle Creek that had formerly been the site of the Battle Creek Country Club. She envisioned a center for culture amid the beauty of nature.

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