Our small town features some of the best attractions in Michigan.
Williamston has many activities from a community theatre to a gorgeous park featuring a walking trail along with a wooden playground.
Williamston is the home of McCormick Park, located just of the Red Cedar Grill. The park features a large walking trail, volleyball pits, a large field and both a younger children playground and a large wooden play structure.
One of the best kept secrets in Williamston is the Williamston Township Park. The park features acres of nature trails, a pavilion and multiple soccer fields.
Looking for a Dog Park? Joey’s Pet Outfitters features a large dog park all year round, plus they have a self washing station for your pets in case they need cleaning afterwards.
Williamston Depot Museum
The Depot Museum is located in the historic town of Williamston, Michigan, 15 miles east of Lansing, Michigan. The Depot Museum is an organization whose aim is to preserve the history and artifacts of Williamston and the townships of Leroy, Locke, Wheatfield and Williamstown.
The museum is open Wednesdays 4 pm to 6 pm, the Second Sunday of the month from 2:00 p.m. until 4:00 p.m. and by special arrangement by calling (517) 230-9030. Admission is free but donations are appreciated.
The Williamston Theatre is a professional Equity theatre whose mission is to offer audiences a diverse array of intimate storytelling experiences. This mission is guided by four core values: Excellence, Inclusion, Creating a Sense of Place, and Sustainability. This mission statement is supported by the following objectives: to be an integral part of the cultural fabric of Michigan; to pursue innovative collaboration in every aspect of our work; to establish a home for Midwest artists; to engage audiences of diverse ages, cultures and economic backgrounds. To view upcoming productions click here.
Built by the Montgomery Family in 1947, the Sun Theatre became a landmark to the small town of Williamston Michigan, but in passing years would start to become rundown and unused. In 1979, Russ and Carol Robitaille bought the theatre as it was abandoned and not operating. After doing some much needed renovations, the Sun reopened it to the public in February 1980. The charming one screen movie theatre became an iconic figure in the small town of Williamston, Michigan, where in 2001 was bought by Russ and Carol’s son and daughter-in-law, Dan and Lisa Robitaille. To view upcoming films click here.
Williamston Farmers Market
The farmers market is open May-October featuring local fresh fruit, vegetables along with handmade merchandise and live entertainment. The farmers market is located at McCormick Park every Sunday at 10am to 2pm.