Imlay City, Michigan
Imlay City, situated at the crossing point of Interstate I-69 and M-53 in Lapeer County, gets its name from William Hl. Imlay, who was an eastern entrepreneur before moving to this region around 1828.The Imlay City Historical Museum, one of the popular local attractions, was set up in 1978. While its chronicled records fundamentally feature Imlay City, Imlay Township, Attica Township, Goodland Township and the encompassing zones, it additionally has had such things as a World War I handgun display. The area is also home to the Eastern Michigan Fairgrounds, where an annually held festival includes rides, a rodeo, a demolition derby, and a farm animal competition.