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The City of Fenton is conveniently located in lower mid-Michigan with access to the U.S. 23 expressway from three locations in the city at Owen, Silver Lake and North roads. Major cities including Ann Arbor, Flint, Lansing and Detroit can be reached within one hour.
The boundaries of Fenton have expanded considerably since Robert LeRoy, one of the founders, drew the first plat in the mid-1800s. The population of the City of Fenton, according to 2010 U.S. Census Bureau figures, is 11,576 but that number has continued to climb over the past two years.
Since 1995, the City of Fenton has experienced a boom in both housing and business. Silver Lake Village is the largest commercial shopping district in the city, located on its western borders across U.S. 23. Many new single-family residential communities have been constructed over the years, and the trend today is toward apartment and condominium living.
Fenton is home to many area lakes that include public beaches and local restaurants. Lakes in the Fenton Michigan/Fenton MI area include: Silver Lake, Lake Fenton, Loon Lake, Squaw Lake, Lake Tupper, Pomenah Lake, Crane Lake, Byram Lake, Marl Lake, Dickenson Lake.
Silver Lake Park is the largest park in Fenton. It is 35.4 acres and was developed in 1974. It is located at 16100 Jennings Road off of Silver Parkway. It is a remarkably diverse park with activities to suit everyone.
Play equipment for children
300 feet of beach area with lifeguards
Two pavilions with electricity
Picnic areas with grills
Silver Lake Ski Club holds performances on Tuesdays at 7 pm during the summer. The park is open year round, but the beach is only open from Memorial Day weekend through Labor Day. During the summer there are fees to enter the park.
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