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Luna Pier is a small city in Monroe County.

Lake Erie from Luna Pier


Established in 1926 as Lakewood, Luna Pier was generally considered as the best spot to dance under the stars, even over water! It thrived as a mecca for dancers in the Roaring '20s and through much of the Depression. It was incorporated as a city in 1963. Luna Pier functions as a resort for people living in the Toledo, Ohio and the Metro Detroit areas. Tourists who visit it are typically interested in fishing, its public beach, bike trails, a public boat ramp, marinas, ball fields, lake-front scenery, and small-town atmosphere. Whether it's one, a few, or all of these interests that you have, you're in luck!

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Map of Luna Pier

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A view of Lake Erie from Luna Pier.
  • Luna Pier Bootleggers & Blues Festival. Every third weekend in July. Founded in 2011, this blues music, arts, and community festival was created in a partnership with the Monroe County Convention & Tourism Bureau to promote Luna Pier and support its economic growth and development.
  • 1 Public Beach.



  • Chateau Louise, 4320 Luna Pier Rd., +1 734 848-4758. Dating from the era of Prohibition, this Chateau has wall-to-wall decorations for even the most minor holidays.
  • Gander's Family Restaurant, 4219 Luna Pier Rd., +1 734 848-8913. Quite popular with truckers.
  • Cruiser's Carhop, 10552 Evans Dr. #11, +1 734 652-5597. One of the various side dishes is deep-fried macaroni and cheese.
  • Roma's Pizza, 10552 Evans Dr. #3, +1 734 848-8888. A popular parlor for dine-in, pick-up, or local delivery.




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Routes through Luna Pier
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