Detroit is the largest city in the state of Michigan. I grew up in the suburbs of Detroit, and we have celebrated many birthdays, events, and even my college graduation downtown. One of my favorite activities in Detroit during the holiday season is ice skating. We are lucky enough to have access to the first-ever winner of the international Urban Land Institute Urban Open Space Award, Campus Martius Park. This park is home to year-round activities, a beach, some monuments, green space to relax, some important history, and during the winter season, we are able to ice skate on a rink in the heart of this industrial city.
Campus Martius, Detroit, MI (Picture Credit: Downtowndetroit.com)We have a large group of us that celebrate the holiday season together at this rink. Those of us that know how to skate, enjoy the rink, those who THINK they know how to skate, end up falling down a lot -- and the others group around a fireplace, grab a hot beverage and watch the others while catching up.
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