Getting to DundeeEdit
Dundee is located along an interstate-grade freeway portion of U.S. Highway 23 between Toledo and Ann Arbor. The main point of access from this freeway is exit 17, M-50. This road, which connects eastward to Monroe and westward to Jackson bisects Dundee and provides access to the historic downtown district as well as to the western expanses of the village that include Cabela's and most of the hotels. If traveling from Interstate 75 between Detroit and Toledo, access to M-50 can be attained by using I-275 and U.S. Highway 24.
Dundee is not directly served by a major airport or commuter rail service. The nearest access is the Detroit Metro Airport in Romulus, which has major commercial air routes to all major cities in the United States and Canada. The nearest train depots, which are served by Amtrak, are located in Ann Arbor, Dearborn, and Toledo, Ohio. From these destinations, it is easiest to reach Dundee by automobile.
Attractions in Dundee include the historic downtown district, which features shopping and dining options, as well as historical sites such as the Old Mill. Other points of interest include the Cabela's store, located just west of US 23 and situated among hotels and restaurants.