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Fenton Area Insight

  • Welcome to downtown Fenton.
  • Al Lifsey
    RE/MAX Platinum
    Community Appreciation Day will be held on September 25th from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.! This casino themed day has sweets and treats from local shops like Revive and Lucky’s. This day is to celebrate the community and to show that unity overcomes all odds. Come check it out and get ready to walk on the red carpet!
  • Al Lifsey
    RE/MAX Platinum
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    Fenton, MI
    Fenton Michigan's St. John Applefest held in September has been a Fenton community favorite for over 50 years. Friends, neighbors, and families gather each fall for old-fashioned fun! Local moms, grandmas, aunts, and cousins compete with their best recipes in the annual Apple Pie Baking Contest, while the kids enjoy carnival rides. Bingo, Texas Hold’em tournaments, raffles, and live music keep the fun going all weekend long.

    Over 1000 apple pies are baked, served and sold at this annual community celebration.
  • Al Lifsey
    RE/MAX Platinum
    Connect with Southern Lakes Parks & Recreation to keep up with what's happening in the Fenton, Linden and Holly area. Still lots of things to do and stay safe at the same time. Check it out.
  • Gary Morris
    RE/MAX Platinum
    I was born and raised in Fenton and never realized how many lakes there are and in close proximity to each other. Did you know that within an eight mile radius of Fenton, there are 52 lakes? Each one isn't an all sports lake, but not everyone likes a jet ski speeding past their beach every few minutes on a busy weekend. There are many lakes that have limited horsepower, and some don't even allow a gas operated motor, only electric motors. A few lakes are only large enough to have a swim raft or push out in your kayak and go fishing on a quiet summer evening.

    Years ago, the Fenton area was considered "up north" to many Detroit area homeowners, before the highways were built. That's why there are still many cottage-sized properties on many area lakes. Next time you are driving around our fabulous resort type areas, consider yourself fortunate to have so many waterfront opportunities.
  • John Nemetz
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    Fenton, MI
    This fall time tradition in Fenton is a must. There are plenty of attractions to see. I was surprised by the large play area for kids, which had rides for a variety of ages. A handful of vendors providing street and carnival food fit perfectly in. We enjoyed their scenic hayride that took us through the enormous orchard and farms. It is definitely a great place to take the family.
  • Al Lifsey
    RE/MAX Platinum
    Many area schools sponsor the students to participate in a visit to Camp Copneconic. I have 10 grandchildren and nine of them have been to the camp, all from Lake Fenton Schools. It's a great experience for the kids. The parents can come and participate with their student too. Take a look at all the camp has to offer by clicking the link. You will be surprised! Happy summer 2018!
  • What a great way to spend a summer evening! Bring a chair, preferably a beach chair, or a blanket and spend a few hours enjoying the free Thursday night concerts at the Fenton Millpond. This week, June 25, 2015, the The Saucecats will perform from 7:00-8:30 pm, playing a little New Orleans Funk, Zydeco, Latin and Caribbean music .

    Parking might be a little congested because of the Fenton Streetscape construction but you can try the Ellen Street Campus (the old FIS) on Adelaide or possibly behind the police station.
    A cold drink might be the ticket after the concert at the Fenton Fire Hall or frozen custard at the Fenton Pump House. Bring a fishing rod and take a few casts while The Saucecats play their magic.
  • The Fenton Farmers Market kicks off their first night of the summer this Thursday, June 25, 2015 and runs through September 17, 2015. The market is open from 5:00-8:00 pm on S. River Street, the side street to the Fenton Community Center. Local farmers and vendors have some of the best fresh fruit, vegetables, baked goods and crafts you'll find anywhere.

    Don't miss the free concert at the Millpond from 7:00-8:30 pm this week. The Saucecats will be playing some New Orleans Funk, Zydeco, Latin and Caribbean jams. Parking might be a little difficult because of the Fenton Streetscape work going on but you can try parking at the Ellen Street Campus just north on Adelaide or behind the police station. Sawyer Jewelers has moved to the new building on Leroy so that lot is probably another option.

    Don't forget Sweet V's on the corner of Shiawassee and Leroy, best homemade chocolate in town! They carry a lot of the candy us baby boomers found in the penny candy aisle! It might be a little more than the .01 cent it was back then but still tastes just as good. Wax Pop Bottles, Squirrels, the spaceship looking candy that taste like styrofoam but the kids love 'em!
    Brings back some great memories. Enjoy!
  • The dilapidated building at the intersection of Adelaide and Caroline Streets in Fenton, which housed Topp's Fruit Market and Wash King, will be demolished to make way for another Fenton Streetscape project. The new multi-level building will be home to several new businesses along with residential space. Chasse Ballroom and Latin Dance Studio will be setting up space in the new location to get the town up and moving to the beat of the new Fenton Streetscape. This town is really starting to come to life!
  • Don't let the construction stop you, the band plays on! Come join the fun on Thursday, June 18
    to listen to the music of the Pete “Big Dog” Fetters Band. A little bit of music for everyone, Blues, Rock, Motown, and Country will fill the summer evening air at the Fenton Community & Cultural Center from 7-8:30 pm. Bring a chair or blanket and refreshments. Make sure to stop for ice cream at the millpond.
  • Pumphouse Custard is simply delicious! Located in the old pump house for the Fenton fire station (now known as Fenton Fire Hall), it has some of the tastiest sorbet, ice cream and custard in town. Mouthwatering Faygo Rock & Rye, CEO Stout and Gimme S'More just to name a few. Cake and ice cream, shakes, malts, and for the health nut, frozen bananas dipped in chocolate can be enjoyed on a park bench next to the Shiawassee River waterfall or stroll through town and do some window shopping. You can find it at 201 South Leroy in Fenton. Bring your fishing rod and sit a spell.
  • Heavenly Scent Herb Farm, located at the intersection of Tipsico Lake and White Lake Roads, is a very unique gift shop and greenhouse. The country store is housed in a 1910 restored barn filled with one of a kind gifts and garden decorations. Visit the greenhouses or stroll through the gardens, sign up for a workshop or yoga class, have a wedding reception or private party, or just to take a drive in the country, it's a great way to spend the day.
  • If you love to water ski, want to learn to water ski or just want to see an amazing show bring a chair and spend the evening on the beach at Silver Lake Park in Fenton. It's free! The very successful competitive ski team performs ski-jumping, pyramids, barefooting and a women's ballet routine. Kids as young as 4 years old perform!

    If you're interested in learning to ski, contact the club and learn from some of the most talented skiers in the nation. This is a great way to spend a summer evening, the show is twice a week for a couple of hours. Barbecues and picnic tables are available also. Check the website below for up-to-date info on the ski club.
  • The Fenton-Winegarden Library, at 200 E. Caroline Street, is located in historic Dibbleville. The library, built in 1938, was once the local post office, nice old building with a lot of character. The library is a pretty busy place. The lower level has a lot to offer kids and teens, it's a great place to bring the kids for story time or to load up on books to check out for a few days. Both levels have computers available and a great selection of free dvds to rent, The library is also a popular place to join club, lots to choose from. Visit their website or give them a call, always a friendly place to visit. Phone: 810-629-7612, Children Center: 810-714-0917.
  • First Presbyterian Church Fenton is one of the oldest in Fenton. Located on Leroy Street in the oldest section of town known as Dibbleville, First Presbyterian Church Fenton has been a large part of this community since the mid 1800's. The church has a host of committees and welcomes new members to join youth groups, adult education, bible school, choir, children's nursery, mission and outreach programs, Christmas caroling, and much more.

    First Presbyterian Church
    503 South Leroy St
    Fenton, Michigan 48430
    (810) 629-7801
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    Fenton, MI
    Formerly The French Laundry, this is a favorite dining destination for breakfast, lunch and dinner. It has a casual bistro atmosphere with an eclectic mixture of furnishings including your grandmother's dining set from the 1950's and mismatched coffee cups filled with amazing French-pressed java. In addition to the seasonal dinner options, which include herbs and vegetables from the on-site organic garden, you will find the best craft beers and cocktails in the area. A dining experience not to be missed!
  • Welcome to Fenton! Great little town with a big heart! A very close knit community with a lot of activity day and night in the downtown area. Parades and festivals are a large part of Fenton life, the downtown streets are lined with plenty of jubilant folks for all of these events.

    The Fenton Homecoming Parade takes place in September and attracts thousands of visitors each year. Bring the kids, some chairs, or sit on the curb to grab candy thrown from the homemade floats built by the high school students. The school bands, local clubs and businesses are all part of the festivities. The Fenton Tigers football team plays their homecoming game soon after the parade, all are welcome and make sure to wear your orange and black!
  • Fenton and surrounding communities are seeing a terrific growth! The Michigan Bean Co. building was just purchased by a local investor...looking forward to see what it will become! It's so nice to see new construction again; residential as well as commercial!
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    Fenton, MI
    Established in 1856, The Fenton Hotel Tavern and Grille is located on the corner of Leroy and Main Street. You will find fine food from prime rib to frog legs, great appetizers and a great atmosphere. This is the only establishment with fine dining and a lounge area featuring a piano bar for entertainment on Friday and Saturday nights. The Fenton Hotel has served the community with lodging for many years and now it is where locals enjoy dining and music.
  • So nice to see the crowds having fun! Grab a lawn chair and favorite beverage. Listen to country, kids music, bluegrass, pop and more!
  • The slogan of the city is Be Closer. Be closer to family, community, award winning schools, shopping and family friendly activities! Fenton is a perfect place to visit or raise your family. Small town feel, welcoming residents, plenty to do, close to everything but still a small town feel. Visit or stay, you are welcome either way!
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    Fenton, MI
    You'll find Luca's located on S Saginaw Street right around the corner from downtown Gd Blanc. One of the finest places to dine out. Very pleasing entrees from steaks to lobster. Enjoy a cocktail and listen to music on the weekends while enjoying fine dining.
  • Wow, check it out! Do you like steak? This is the place. Make reservations because it is always busy. Filets served raw on a hot rock! Slice a piece and cook to your liking as you eat! It is the best steak I have ever had and I have eaten a lot of steaks! The deep fried asparagus is also very yummy! Located on M 59 just off US 23.
  • Fenton is a great place to call home. It has a small town feel, with all the city attractions! One of Fenton’s most popular events is the Jinglefest. An event to bring the family and town together to celebrate the Holidays. It features a holiday light parade, kids events, horse drawn carriages and much more! Join Fenton in celebrating this joyous time of year! Come to Fenton to visit or stay!

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