Grosse Pointe Shores is proud to be the home to the following attractions:

ŸThe Edsel & Eleanor Ford House  is the preserved home of Edsel and Eleanor Ford, generously donated by Eleanor Clay Ford. Since opening to the public in 1978, the nationally featured magnificent home and 87 acre lakefront grounds have hosted special events, lectures, classes, as well as hundreds of thousands of visitors.

Grosse Pointe Yacht Club  is the only commercial property in Grosse Pointe Shores. The Grosse Pointe Yacht Club is recognized as the number one yacht club in North America.

ŸOsius Park.  The 8.3 acre city park, named for long time resident George Osius, is a residents only facility. The lakeside park features an updated marina with docks to accommodate boats and yachts. Park amenities include tennis courts, basketball court, playscapes, swimming pool, wading pool, pavilions, picnic areas, lockers, restrooms and showers. The park landscaping is attractive, impeccably maintained.

About Grosse Pointe Shores

The Village of Grosse Pointe Shores, A Michigan City, is located several miles north of Detroit, Michigan.  Most of the city is located within  Wayne County with the small northern portion located within Macomb County.

Grosse Pointe Shores is the smallest of the five Grosse Pointe communities occupying 1.1 square miles of land and 18.1 square miles of Lake St. Clair waters.  Grosse Pointe Shores has the longest shoreline of the Grosse Pointe communities, making it an especially attractive place to live.