Grosse Pointe is a community in every sense of the word. It’s a close-knit city where local businesses thrive, neighbors are friends, water and outdoor enjoyment is plentiful, and arts and culture is rich. Grosse Pointe is comprised of five cities – Grosse Pointe City, Grosse Pointe Farms, Grosse Pointe Park, Grosse Pointe Woods, and Grosse Pointe Shores. Each city offers its own unique atmosphere and distinctive qualities, but one thing that remains constant is the feeling of community you experience within each. Visit for an afternoon, a day or make your next home in Grosse Pointe.
Grosse Pointe City
Visit the City of Grosse Pointe and you’ll see how a downtown district can be both relaxing and robust. For over 75 years, generations of shoppers have called this charming, sophisticated downtown district their prime location for shopping. Step into a picture of perfection as you stroll down the recently renovated streets and enjoy eclectic restaurants, quaint specialty shops, art galleries, coffee shops and so much more. Water lovers are sure to embrace the city’s scenic waterfront park, private marina and crystal clear outdoor swimming pools. http://www.thevillagegp.com
Grosse Pointe Farms
Grosse Pointe Farms is known as one of the premier neighborhoods in the country. This upscale community is perfectly situated on the glistening shores of Lake St. Clair. The Farms is recognized for its excellence in schools, beautiful historic homes and welfare of its citizens and visitors, making it an exceptional place to call home. Within the heart of the community is The Hill on Kercheval Avenue, a friendly hometown business district, perfect for shoppers looking for unique gifts and the hungry to savor food from award-winning restaurants. At beautful Pier Park, people enjoy everything from boating to swimming to tennis and more! The Farms is also home to the popular Country Club of Detroit, a spectacular country club that has been a tradition of the community for over 100 years. http://www.thehillgp.com
Grosse Pointe Park
Grosse Pointe Park is a haven for remarkable, historic architecture. Stroll through the picturesque, tree-lined community and you’ll see dozens of architecturally significant homes, many of which were designed by prominent architects prior to World War II. From May to October, experience the West Park Farmer’s Market, featuring the freshest Mighigan grown produce. Windmill Pointe Park acts as Grosse Pointe Park’s main park, where the majoirity of recreational activities take place. Boredom is no match with the swimming, tennis, volleyball, fishing, horseshoes, playground equipment and much more offered at Windmill Pointe Park. Whether you enjoy action or horror, sci-fi or comedy, the Okulski Theatre located in the Lavins Activity Center at WIndmill Pointe Park is a great place to relax as you munch on hot buttery popcorn and watch the latest movies. . http://www.theparkgp.com
Grosse Pointe Woods
Experience shopper’s delight as you stroll through the miles of shops and dining options on Mack Avenue in Grosse Pointe Woods. This beautiful community provides an ample range of housing options for families of varying budgets. The Woods is home to Lake Front Park, a residents’ only park where visitors go to explore 780 feet of boardwalk, walk their four-legged friends at the dog park, dock their boat, and simply breathe in balmy breezes and soak in striking views. Also in the Woods, nestled gently in 110 glorious green acres is Lochmoor CLub, where members and golf enthusiasts experience an upscale social atmosphere at its finest.
Grosse Pointe Shores
As the smallest of the five Grosse Pointe Communities, Grosse Pointe Shores offers a quiet, charming feel for both visitors and residents. The Grosse Pointe Shores Municipal Park hosts a variety of activities to keep residents busy, such as tennis, swimming, water aerobics and more. The park is also a beautiful place for an afternoon picnic. Lake St. Clair provides a majestic backdrop to the streets of the Shores. In the Shores you’ll find homes of all sizes, including stunning mansions, such as the popular tourist attraction the Edsel & Eleanor Ford House. Grosse Pointe Yacht Club, a premier yacht club and facility on Lake St. Clair, is located in Grosse Pointe Shores as well.