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Romeo is in Macomb County, and in the Southeast Region. This location is north of Detroit between Pontiac and Port Huron along Highway 53 near Clinton River and Lakeville Lake. Romeo is part of the Detroit, Michigan metro area.

Romeo was originally called the Hoxey Settlement in 1822, and then later Indian Village, it finally was given its name at the suggestion from a Mrs. Laura Taylor, who felt the name should be short, musical, classical and uncommon. Romeo was officially established as a village in 1838.

Popular attractions in Romeo include the "Where Art Thou Romeo" Art walk, the Romeo Historical Museum, the Romeo Home Tour, the Michigan Peach Festival and the Romeo Historical Society's Craft Show.


Bed and Breakfasts and Country Inns Hess Manor Bed & Breakfast |
Shopping Country Collector Antiques |
Transportation Romeo Airport |

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