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Port Hope

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Port Hope is a small village in Huron County, part of the Thumb region of Central Michigan.

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Port Hope is a small village in Huron County, essentially located completely along M-25, a state highway in Michigan. Port Hope can be accessed from Harbor Beach, Port Huron, and other cities located along M-25. The most famous restaurant in the city, according to the residents in the town and residents of Huron County, is the Port Hope Hotel, home of the Leroy Burger, which was the only size burger to get when the restaurant first opened.

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Masonic Temple Port Hope, now Rubicon Township Hall
  • Masonic Temple. Built in 1867 its architecture is vernacular, with a "smattering" of Greek Revival/Classical Revival elements.

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  • Port Hope Hotel (Leroy's (to locals)), 4405 Main Street; Port Hope, MI 48468 (Corner of Main Street/Portland Avenue; along Michigan SR 25), +1 989 428-4808. Home of the Leroy Burger, 18 ounces (510 grams) of pure beef on a bun. Located along Michigan State Road 25 in Port Hope.

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