Nearby Hotels & Campgrounds
In Need of Accommodations?
The Paint Dexter Plein Air Festival is fortunate to be able to host artists from all-over the United States and Canada. On this page, we have compiled a list of nearby accommodations, from hotels to campgrounds to our Accommodation Form.
Every Festival, we work to connect patrons with participating artists. If you are an artist interested in being hosted by a Dexter-area resident, please visit the link below and complete the Artist Seeking Accommodation Form.
- Use the form below to sign up for our Artists Needing Accommodations List. In the past, we have been able to make accommodations for all artists, but that is not always guaranteed.
- Upon matching an artist and an accommodation, we will provide the artist the contact information for the person providing the accommodations for the artist to coordinate with.
Things To Do
Enjoy a bit to eat, a tasty beverage, or one of the shops that Downtown Dexter has to offer.
This paved multi-use Trail is a segment of the Iron-Belle Trail that, when complete, will stretch from Belle Isle in Detroit to Ironwood in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Currently, when beginning your trip from Dexter’s Mill Creek Park, walkers, runners, and bicyclists are able travel to the Hudson-Mills or Dexter-Huron Metroparks.
Dexter Visitor’s Guide
See the Dexter Visitor’s Guide for information about Dexter’s fabulous restaurants and entertainment venues.
Things To Do Continued
Dexter was founded in 1824 by Judge Samuel W. Dexter. Judge Dexter’s estate, now known as “Gordon Hall,” sits on a hill overlooking downtown. It was purchased in 2006 by the Dexter Area Historical Society and Museum, and restoration is underway. More information about the history and historical attractions in and around Dexter may be found on the Historical Society’s website.
The Encore Musical Theatre Company is a non-profit musical theatre located in the historic City of Dexter. Its mission is to create quality, original theatrical productions with an emphasis on Musical Theatre, utilizing a unique mixture of Broadway and Local talent of all levels, while engaging and entertaining a wide spectrum of the surrounding communities.
Dexter is situated where Mill Creek flows into the Huron River. The Huron River Water Trail has received the Federal designation of “Water Trail,” one of only 18 Water Trails nationwide. With launch access from Mill Creek Park, Mill Creek and the Huron River offer a variety of recreation opportunities, including kayaking, tubing, and fishing. Paddlers can venture off the trail to enjoy scenery, sample local fare, and experience the heritage and character of downtown Dexter.