Cruisin’ Hines, nicknamed “The Cruise that Henry Started,” is another can’t-miss auto event of the summer. What makes this one special? It’s a purist’s dream cruise boasting classic cars and hot rods only. That being said, there’s only one entrance with a single intersection: Ford Road. The park opens bright and early for cruisers at 9 a.m. Spectators can park at Merriman Rd., Telegraph Rd. and Warrendale, but may not drive onto E.N. Hines Drive.
People come from all across the country to cruise their classic cars around the Motor City. Pavilions are open to the public, and vendors will be selling cruise goodies and tasty food. Break out the lawn chairs and bring the entire family to Hines Park for a laid back day of car talk and photo ops. No squealing tires, no traffic jams, with only a $5 admission fee for vehicles.
The MCR parking spot will be on the north side of Hines just east of Inkster Rd. You must enter the cruise via the Evergreen entrance.