Years of work — and some big donations — have transformed much of the Detroit RiverWalk for recreational use. The area near downtown now includes William G. Milliken State Park and Harbor. Previously, the shores of the majestic Detroit River were mostly industrial and uninviting.
Years of work — and some big donations — have transformed much of the Detroit RiverWalk for recreational use. The area near downtown now includes William G. Milliken State Park and Harbor. Previously, the shores of the majestic Detroit River were mostly industrial and uninviting. Photos by Carlos Osorio The Associated Press
Years of work — and some big donations — have transformed much of the Detroit RiverWalk for recreational use. The area near downtown now includes William G. Milliken State Park and Harbor. Previously, the shores of the majestic Detroit River were mostly industrial and uninviting. Photos by Carlos Osorio The Associated Press

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