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Is in the city of Highland Charter Township Michigan

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Highland Charter Township MI is located on the west border of Oakland County, astride M-59, just South of Holly, MI, North of Milford, MI, East of Hartland, MI and just West of Hartland, MI. Officially the Charter Township of Highland, is a charter township of west Oakland County, Michigan. The Township is a mix of rural, suburban and lake living, with State Recreation lands and more than twenty-five lakes. It borders a diverse group of communities and is close to Detroit with about a 30 minute drive.





Location and Geography: Highland Charter Township is situated in southeastern Michigan, approximately 30 miles northwest of Detroit. It covers an area of about 36 square miles (93 square kilometers) and is characterized by rolling hills, woodlands, and lakes.

Population: As of my knowledge cutoff in September 2021, Highland Charter Township had a population of around 20,000 residents. Proximity to Major Cities: The township is within commuting distance of several major cities. It is approximately 40 miles northeast of Ann Arbor, 40 miles northwest of Detroit, and 20 miles southwest of Flint.


Natural Beauty: Highland Charter Township boasts several picturesque lakes, including Duck Lake, White Lake, and Woodruff Lake, which provide recreational opportunities such as boating, fishing, and swimming. The area is also known for its scenic parks, hiking trails, and golf courses. Highland Recreation Area: The Highland Recreation Area is a large state park located partially within the township. It spans over 5,900 acres and offers a range of outdoor activities, including camping, horseback riding, hunting, mountain biking, and cross-country skiing.


Education: The township is served by the Huron Valley Schools district, which includes several public schools providing education from kindergarten through high school.

Economic Activities: Highland Charter Township has a mix of residential, commercial, and agricultural areas. While many residents commute to neighboring cities for employment, there are local businesses, including restaurants, shops, and services, contributing to the local economy.


Community Events: The township organizes various community events throughout the year, such as the Highland Heritage Festival, which celebrates the community's history and culture. There are also local farmer's markets, concerts in the park, and holiday festivities.