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Things to do during "cabin time" in Byron
Byron MI cabins on Myers Lake, near Fenner Nature Center specialize in peaceful. Byron, MI cabins, lodges and resorts offer visitors a relaxing break from city life with a quaint small town feel. Sitting between the meandering Shiawassee River and Byron Millpond, the village is home to less than 600 people, but still provides travelers with fantastic opportunity for adventure. Cutting through the landscape, the beautiful Shiawassee River sustains both wildlife and agricultural needs. Spend a relaxing afternoon overlooking the river or kayaking down it. It holds 61 species of fish and justifiably, fly fishing here is quite popular. On the east side of town, Byron Millpond homes a variety of fish including bass, carp and pike. With a history of nearly two centuries in the making, Byron is a great vacation destination for the entire family.
Built from a proud tradition, the surrounding Shiawassee county gives visitors so many attractions to discover. With 136 acres of restored prairie and forest, visitors should check out the Devries Nature Conservatory. It has over four miles of unspoiled hiking and cross country skiing trails along the river. Head west to the Fenner Nature Center, a favorite amongst locals. Their educational center has live reptiles and children’s exhibits. Curious about life in this area over a century ago? The Corunna Historical Village features countless restored buildings raised before the start of the 20th century. This village is only open a couple times each year, but is well worth the wait. If you’re in town and the village isn’t open, check out the Shiawassee County Historical Museum. It possesses a priceless collection of historical artifacts that tell the story of early area founders. Regardless of when you visit Byron, their lodges and cottages will keep you entertained and rested for a fun-filled trip.
Throughout the year, the surrounding area hosts fantastic events, drawing in visitors from around the U.S. In mid-August, the Shiawassee County Fair is flooded with food, rides and activities for the entire family. The second weekend in October means Oktoberfest in Owosso. The event prides itself on great live music, local food vendors and of course, craft beer. Winter cabin time means skiing, snowmobiling, ice fishing and Christmas at the Depot. After Thanksgiving, Durand Union Station is wonderfully decorated for the upcoming Christmas season. You can visit Santa and take a memorable family portrait. For more things to do nearby Byron, check out the Shiawassee County Visitors Bureau for fun ideas. Your Byron cottage, cabin or lodge rental is right in the middle of the excitement.
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