5 Things You May Not Know About Exploring Lake Michigan

Did you know the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore was voted, “The Most Beautiful Place in America” by the viewers of Good Morning America? If you haven’t already this summer, it’s time to pack some gear and a picnic lunch, load your kiddos into the car, and then drive for about two and a half hours northwest to this incredible location where you can Bike, Hike, Float, Drive and Explore Lake Michigan. ♥ sponsor ♥ Five Ways Your Family Can Explore This Stunning Stretch Along Lake Michigan No. 1: BIKE scenic trails along Lake Michigan Sleeping Bear Heritage Trail opened a new 5.5 mile segment this summer for bicyclists of all ages and abilities to ride from the Dune Climb to Empire. The non-motorized paved trail currently connects 9.5 miles between Glen Arbor and Empire. Someday when it’s complete, the trail will
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Camp Rock VS The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe: Which Summer Civic Theatre Production Will You Choose?

The Summer Repertory Theatre is finally here, and promises two great shows to our community starting this weekend. Camp Rock: The Musical and The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe The Repertory
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Visitors In Town? Use Our FREE Printable INDOOR / OUTDOOR Activity Menus to Figure Out Where to Go!

You’ve got visitors coming to town and you want to wow them with the fun that Grand Rapids has to offer. But how do you choose between all the great
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Where to Pick Blueberries Around Grand Rapids

I don’t know about you, but I’m mourning the end of strawberry season. Every year I eat as many of those perfect red fruits as I can while they can
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5 Things You May Not Know About South Haven

South Haven is a great destination for a day trip from Grand Rapids! Just over an hour drive to beautiful beaches, a gorgeous downtown area with shops and restaurants, historical
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