Paris, Michigan: 20-Ft. Tall Eiffel Tower and 8-Ft. Tall Indian
- 22090 Northland Drive, Paris, MI
- US 131 exit 142 (19 Mile Rd). Drive one mile, then left (north) on Northland Drive. Paris Park is three miles, on the right. Park at the north end, and walk into the park on the trail past the fish hatchery. The tower will be on the right, the Indian on the left.
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- Worth a Detour
Odd local landmarks that were the handiwork of 1980s high school students and a mysterious 1930s Bulgarian. The tower is made from old CCC bunkhouse bed frames. Roadsideamerica.com Report...
Visitor Tips and News About 20-Ft. Tall Eiffel Tower and 8-Ft. Tall Indian
Very cool site and beautiful park. The fish hatchery building is not to be ignored either. Pay the 25 cents to feed the fish -- they jump out of the water! The Eiffel Tower almost seems enshrined in the trees, and its atmosphere bears little resemblance to the original Paris, but it is a great attraction in its own right.[Kait, 06/11/2012]
Careful that at times the park may be closed and locked. You can still view the tower and the Indian from the fence, but a bummer as they are too far away for a good picture.[Tony K, 04/23/2011]
This community's Eiffel Tower is 20 feet tall, made of welded steel. It was built in 1980 by industrial arts students at Chippewa Hills High School. It stands in Paris Park, dwarfed by trees that have grown around it. It's not tall enough to compete with other Eiffel Tower Replicas.[Roadsideamerica.com Team, 06/01/2005]