Village of Elkton
57 North Main
P.O. Box 516
Elkton, MI 48731
Elkton Michigan, located in Huron County, is approximately 47 miles NE of Saginaw, MI and 103 miles N of Detroit, MI.
The village of Elkton was founded in 1886 by W. J. McGillivray, a blacksmith, who built the first house here. He named it to commemorate his killing a huge elk entangled in his wife's clothesline.
Today, this quaint community offers residents and visitors a safe, cozy, small town environment in which to live, work and play.
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