While traveling through South-central Michigan, on business or for vacation, a stop should be planed for Historic Marshall, Michigan. While there are many things to see and do in Marshall, just six miles to the north of I-69 Exit 42, is Cornwell's Turkeyville U.S.A. This is one of the most unique stops of any in Michigan or the Midwest! The restaurant was established in 1947 by Wayne Cornwell and is now bing run by his children and their families.
This is a stop that requires at least a couple of ours to see and do all that is there. In the main building, besides the restaurant, that can serve turkey more different ways than you could imagine, there is a huge gift shop, and ice cream shop, and a video game room. Outside there are other shops, a miniture raliroad, the actual turkey farm, and the more recent addition of a full service campground with a top-notch pool area - open to the public.
If you have time to spend in the area, they also have a dinner theatre with famous Broadway shows put on by local and regional talent, and, of course, a turkey dinner included. During the course of the year, there are many events that include craft shows, flea markets, conventions, car shows, and every Wednesday night during the summer is 'Bike Night' with entertainment. If you would like even more information, they have a website: www.turkeyville.com
There is so much to see and do that you may have to make this a stop more than once when traveling through this part of Michigan. Come for the Turkey, stay for the Fun!
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