Curwood Castle, Owosso, Michigan. Built in 1922 by writer and conservationist, James Oliver Curwood, it is now a museum open to the public. It is a replica of a Norman chateau, and is listed on the US National Register of Historic Places.
Holly, Michigan. Holly’s rich history goes back to the arrival of the first settlers in 1831. Beginning as a lumbering depot founded by Ira C. Alger, Holly has been home to many industries, including being one of the earliest railroad junctions in the State of Michigan, home to numerous manufacturing sectors (including the automobile industry), and agricultural lands.