127 Things to Do in the Summer – Your Grand Rapids Summer Bucket List

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Welcome to the Grand Rapids Summer Bucket List for 2020

Summer is short and sweet in Michigan and even though summer 2020 is going to look a little different than normal, we’re still going to enjoy every minute of it.

This list of all the things to do in the summer in Grand Rapids and the Lakeshore is your ticket to West Michigan summer fun.

Discover the excitement that awaits you this season. Camps, outdoor adventure, arts and theatre, fairs and festivals, old school fun, concerts, swimming, u-pick fruit farms and so much more.

We’re marking what’s open and what will have to wait til next year.

Many organizations have weekly or daily activities for local families. If you are hoping to make the most of each day this summer, you’ll want to use our events calendar to find even more Grand Rapids activities.

No matter how you choose to enjoy the summer, you can say there are lots of summer activities near me.

Get ready to tackle your Grand Rapids Summer Bucket list!

Grand Rapids Summer Things to Do

Important Message: Local businesses are working hard to implement procedures based on the new safety guidelines. For each of the attractions and events we mention, we include a link to the business website. Please use this link to confirm the details, hours of operation and any requirements guests must follow before visiting. Thank You!


Partners regularly step up to help support the mission of Grand Rapids Kids, and it’s no different when we’re talking about things to do in summer.

The good news is that these business partners embody the West Michigan spirit and we’re proud to work with them.

During these tricky days of COVID-19, we ask that you follow safety guidelines set forth by local authorities anytime you venture out and that when you do go out you’d consider visiting one of these partners on the list below. This support not only keeps them in business, but it also keeps us around, too.

Take a trip to one or more of these special West Michigan attractions and it’ll be a summer highlight for sure.

Grand Rapids Children's Museum

Featured Partner

Play, Imagine, and Learn at the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum

Grand Rapids Children's Museum Summer Fun Banner

The Grand Rapids Children’s Museum is a place where children rule and all are welcome to play, imagine and learn. This hands-on museum includes two floors of rotating and permanent exhibits, so there’s always something new to explore!

Perennial favorites include:
• Shop, eat and bank in Little Grand Rapids
• Surround yourself in a giant bubble in Bubbles
• Find the queen bee in The Live Hive

Daily programs:
• Toddler Time
• Open Paint
• Imagination Laboratory

$9 general admission; $3 admission on Thursday Family Nights from 5:00 – 8:00 PM. Family memberships include one year of free admission, starting at just $75/year.

11 Sheldon Ave NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49503
WEBSITE | FACEBOOK |  616-235-4726

Grand Rapids Children's Museum
Amped Virtual Reality

Featured Partner

Everyone Needs to Try Amped Virtual RealityThings to do in grand rapids: amped reality

Amped Virtual Reality is a cutting edge virtual reality entertainment and STEM education center.

EVERYONE enjoys Virtual Reality – there are over 44 experiences, including multi-player options: be in MINECRAFT, swing like Spider-man, play Beat Saber, Superhot, Angry Birds, Fruit Ninja or Baby Hands, complete spy missions (like a virtual escape room), be in a DISNEY or Jurassic Park movie. Create 3-D art or virtual travel with Google Earth! Great for BIRTHDAY parties, families, dates, corporate events, and more!

2923 28th St SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49512
WEBSITE | FACEBOOK 616-608-5508

Amped Virtual Reality
Craig's Cruisers

Featured Partner

The Grand Rapids Summer Fun Never Ends at Craig’s Cruisers

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Summer starts ‘where the fun never ends!’

Craig’s Cruisers is your family’s destination for food and fun.

Even your pickiest eater will enjoy the 3-hour access to our buffet! Choose from our full salad bar, pasta, breadsticks, pizza (gluten and dairy free pizza is available upon request), roasted chicken, mac-n-cheese, cookies, ice cream, Pepsi products and more!

Plan your visit rain or shine with over 120,000 square feet of indoor recreation. Featured Indoor offerings: • Trampoline Park • Go-Karts • Laser Tag • Cruiser Coaster • Virtual Reality • Arcade Outdoor offerings: • Go-Karts • Mini-Golf • Zip Line • Bumper Boats

See the fun in action at craigscruisers.com

5730 Clyde Park SW, Wyoming, MI 49509

Craig's Cruisers
Kent District Library

Featured Partner

Discover the Wonders of Summer at Kent District Library

things to do in the summer: kdl summer reading program

Kent District Library is pleased to introduce Summer Wonder, a STEAM-powered program that focuses on science, technology, engineering, art and math.

It’s an at-home program of reading, learning and discovery for all ages.

While KDL summer programs are enjoyed by people of all ages, we are placing a significant focus on school age kids, to offset the summer slide that comes from being away from school.

Summer Wonder is a 30-day challenge that runs through August 8. Check it out at kdl.org/summer.

19 locations
WEBSITE | FACEBOOK | 616-784-2007

Kent District Library

Featured Partner

Add Getting Battle Ready at BattleGR To Your List of Things to Do in the Summer

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Looking for something fun to do this summer for the family or small group of friends?

BattleGR can bring the fun to you. We bring all the equipment and can set up right at your location. Having a birthday party? No problem we can bring the food, cupcakes, and paper products, too.

We have a strict sanitization policy and all equipment is cleaned between uses and between players.

Laser Tag is a great game to play with physical distancing and we will play different games to keep everyone engaged.

No matter the age, fun is in your future!

284 Dodge Rd. NE, Suite 100 | Comstock Park, Michigan 49321
WEBSITE | FACEBOOK | 616-345-0698

Legacy Stables

Featured Partner

Saddle Up a Horse at Legacy Stables

summer activities: legacy stables

Come enjoy the horse-human connection with our well trained horses and ponies. Any level, age or ability is welcome! Open year-round.

Riding Lessons feature a 1 hr holistic lesson in a small group setting. Students learn safety, grooming, tacking, riding! Learn how to ride English, Western & bareback. Riders ages 2-6 can have a 30 minute private lesson in our KinderPony program.

Equestrian vaulting for ages 3+! Vaulting combines elements of gymnastics and dance performed on a moving horse. Teaches balance, rhythm, confidence, teamwork & social skills. Come try it out every Saturday from 12-1 pm or join our team!

Also available: Therapeutic Riding & Adaptive Vaulting, Birthday Parties, One-Time rides, & Own-A-Horse Camp!

8001 Patterson Ave. SE, Caledonia, MI 49316
WEBSITE | FACEBOOK | 616-570-1106

Legacy Stables
Allegan Event

Featured Partner

Take Summer Activities to New Heights at Allegan Event

grand rapids activities: allegan event

Looking for a summer fun destination with a major “wow!” factor? Allegan Event offers endless adventurous activities for guests of all ages to explore, get active, and make lasting memories.

Conquer the heart-pumping Sky Trail® ropes course with Sky Rail® zip rails, Sky Tykes® course for small children, QUICKjump free-fall simulation, Vertical Drop Slide, and Clip ‘n Climb® walls!

Be sure to check out the new arcade with prize redemption, as well as a food and beverage area to relax and refuel.

Visit our website for summer hours and to build your next adventure!

439 River Street, Allegan, MI 49010
WEBSITE | FACEBOOK | 269-430-3961

Allegan Event
Maple Hill Golf

Featured Partner

Tee Up At Maple Hill Golf

summer activities: maple hill golf

Maple Hill Golf is a family-owned Golf Facility that has been in business for over 40 years that offers a variety of different programs from Lessons, Leagues, Outings, fittings and Junior Golf Programs.

Maple Hill golf Junior Golf Program is one of the largest in the mid-west. Maple Hill Golf is there for all of your golfing needs.

5555 Ivanrest Ave. SW, Grandville, MI 49418
WEBSITE | FACEBOOK | 616-538-0290

Maple Hill Golf
Grand Rapids Public Library

Featured Partner

Challenge Yourself at Grand Rapids Public Library

things to do in the summer grand rapids public library

Join the Summer Reading Challenge and keep your kids reading over the summer. Separate games for Little Readers, Kids and Teens encourage creativity, exploring the community, STEAM skills and more.

New this summer, weekly virtual events will stream on our social media channels. Don’t miss performances from Jim Gill, Kevin Kammeraad, and more!

It is free to sign up and finishers will receive a free book from Books and Mortar.

Main Branch
111 Library St NE,  Grand Rapids, MI 49503
WEBSITE | FACEBOOK | 616-988-5400

Grand Rapids Public Library
Air Zoo

Featured Partner

Summer Activities Launch into Learning at Air Zoo Aerospace and Science Experience

things to do: air zoo

The Air Zoo is a highly charged, multi-sensory atmosphere that goes beyond anything you’ve ever seen!

As we are currently unable to provide our community with the on-site immersive experiences we love, we have developed an interactive and exciting online experience that brings the Air Zoo home to you.

Please visit our new Launchpad to Learning page daily. You will find do-it-at-home educational STEAM projects and experiments, artifact tutorials, games, storytelling from open cockpits and so much more.

New content will be shared through our social media channels and visitors can find educational products in our online store!

6151 Portage Road,  Portage, MI 49002
WEBSITE | FACEBOOK | 269-382-6555

Air Zoo
The Mud Room

Featured Partner

Let the Creative Juices Flow at the Mud Room

summer activities: mud room

Have your kids been missing art class? Need some creative staycation plans? Add a visit to this favorite family-friendly studio to your summer bucket list!

Paint pottery, make a wood sign or sign up for a potter’s wheel class. You can even pick up projects to PAINT AT HOME! Online ordering and curbside pickup is safe and easy.

It’s a perfect solution for keeping the kids busy on a rainy day or for hosting a virtual paint-and-sip night with your mom friends.

The Mud Room is conveniently located at Knapp’s Corner and has won multiple Grandtastic Awards. Suitable for all ages, no experience necessary.

1971 E Beltline Avenue NE,  Grand Rapids, MI 49525
WEBSITE | FACEBOOK | 616-259-7269

The Mud Room


There are few things as magical as summertime in West Michigan. We love that the days are long, because we need all that extra light to enjoy being outside and exploring America’s high five.

It’s time to scout out your favorite outdoor adventures on your list of things to do in the summer in the Mitten.

summer things to do - walking on the beach

Parks, Playgrounds and Lakes

Beaches beckon, parks provide all sorts of ways to play, and trails are wonderlands of discovery. So grab a water bottle and slather on some sunscreen. Here are some of our favorite things to do in summer in the great outdoors around Grand Rapids.

1) March through the covered bridge at Fallasburg Park.

2) Leap down the dune climb at Tunnel Park in Holland.

3) Climb the silo at Roselle Park. (2020 opening date TBA)

4) Paddle around in a tandem kayak at Millennium Park. (2020 opening date TBA)

5) Whisk down a two-story slide and play in the splash pad at Rosewood Park

summer things to do - rosewood park slide

6) Cooldown at the splash pad at Pinewood Park or other nearby locations. (opening date TBA)

7) Go on a visual scavenger hunt at Wahlfield Park or find art on the Mural Crawl.

grand rapids summer activities - downtown mural crawl

8) Bring a volleyball to play on the sand court at Manhattan Park.

9) Use the nooks and crannies of the Age of Imagination playground at Hagar Park to play some rounds of Capture the Flag or Hot/Cold. (opening date TBA)

10) Play on the swings and then hunt for the geocache that AeroMed teams use in their training at Cascade Township Park.

11) Stroll the boardwalk at Pickerel Lake.

12) Glide along the shores of Hamlin Lake when you follow their canoe path.

13) You don’t have to drive far to hit the beach at Versluis Park. (opening June 22, 2020)

14) Swing by the shores of the big lake at North Park Beach.

15) Float down the Muskegon River on a tube or other nearby waterways.

16) Picnic while you watch airplanes land and take off at the airport observation park.

grand rapids summer activities - airport viewing park

Outdoor Amusement Centers & Attractions  

It’s hard to beat the excitement of a day out at a local amusement or adventure park. West Michigan is home to a variety of outdoor family fun centers for you to explore. Here are a few ideas:

17) Get up close and even feed exotic animals at Boulder Ridge Wild Animal Park.

grand rapids summer activities - boulder ridge wild animal park

18) Ride the funicular and enjoy spectacular views of the Grand Rapids skyline when you explore John Ball Zoo. (opening date TBA)

19) Sail the great lakes with a visit to the popular outdoor Great Lakes waterscape or splash fountain in the Lena Meijer Children’s Garden. Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park. (opening date TBA)

grand rapids summer activities - frederik meijer gardens water play fountain

20) Take a wild ride on Shivering Timbers at Michigan’s Adventure. (opening date TBA)

21) Conquer one of the seven courses offered at TreeRunner Adventure Park, an aerial park full of climbing and zipline thrills.

21) Check out a backpack for a themed hiking experience at Blandford Nature Center. (Opening TBA)

23) Dance to the music of an Amsterdam Street Organ at Windmill Island Gardens. (Opening TBA)

24) Search for all the “animals” at the Michigan Farm Garden and then take a tram ride at Frederik Meijer Gardens. (Opening TBA)

25) Observe the quiet beauty along the Rabbit River Preserve at the Outdoor Discovery Center in Holland. (Opening TBA)

26) Grab a bag and mosey through a Farmer’s Market to find the freshest ingredients for dinner.

27) Unplug from screens and reconnect with family on a camping trip.

28) Fill a basket with a favorite berry from a U-Pick Farm.

raspberry picking near me grand rapids michigan

29) Take an urban hike along the waterfront of the Grand River in the heart of city. Start at Ah-Nab-Awen park and head south; cross the Blue Bridge and follow the path north along the waterfront; you can make it short hike by crossing the Gillett Bridge and heading south again, or you can venture farther north and follow the trail all the way to Fish Ladder Park.

grand rapids summer activities - urban hike fish ladder

30) Take a walking tour of the city using your smartphone and the GR Tag Tour QR codes posted around the downtown area.

31) Hum along with the Musical Fountain in Grand Haven, one of the largest of its kind in the world.

32) Park your car under the stars and catch a flick at a drive-in theater.

On Hold til 2021

33) Cruise down the Grand River on the Grand Lady River Boat on a themed river cruise. 

34) Spread a blanket and catch a family-friendly flick under the stars at Allendale Township Park during Movies in the Park.

35) Root, root, root for the home team at a West Michigan Whitecaps game.


Fairs and Festivals are a big part of West Michigan’s things to do in the summer. We love celebrations. Walking around in the warm sunshine, the sounds of kids laughing and playing nearby, elephant ears, shopping from local artisans.

All while capturing iconic views of endless tulip fields, incredible ships on the shore, or that colorful Ferris wheel reaching to the clouds.

Fairs and Festivals are Different This Year

Some are canceled for 2020 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and the Michigan state shutdown. Others are forging on. And others are still waiting to make decisions. Find the full list of area fairs and festivals this season here.

Please check with all venues before heading out for your summer activities.

36) Read and get rewarded with free rides at the Kent County Youth Fair in Lowell (August 10-15, 2020).

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37) See all the animals and eat all of the elephant ears at the Hudsonville Community Fair (August 24-29, 2020).

38) Take in the monster truck show and off-road demo derby at the Allegan County Fair in September.


Summer is a short one in West Michigan, but we certainly know how to pack it full of ice cream, adventure, and even a little downtime.

Here’s a big bucket list of old school summer fun ideas for families – to keep you going all summer long.

39) Make (and eat) homemade popsicles.

40) Fly a kite.

41) Play with bubbles in the backyard.

42) Ride bikes around Reed’s Lake and end up at Jersey Junction for ice cream.

grand rapids summer activities - walk around reeds lake

43) Make your own pinwheels.

44) Have a nighttime photo shoot with sparklers.

45) Cut watermelons in half and let the kids go at them with spoons–yum!

46) Make S’mores.

47) Have a sleepover at Grandma’s.

48) Catch fireflies in a jar.

49) Paint the house/driveway with water.

50) Wash the family vehicles and don’t worry if everyone ends up soaked (adults included).

51) Camp out in the backyard (or in your living room).

52) Walk out on the pier at Grand Haven and wave at the boats going by.

53) Climb the dunes at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.

54) Put up a lemonade stand.


One of my kids’ favorite things on our yearly summer bucket list are finding places to “beat the heat.” Playing outside is 100% amazing, but sometimes walking into the cool bowling alley, or exploring an air-conditioned museum is the perfect way to spend a hot afternoon.

Top on our family’s list of things to do in the summer is visiting GRPL’s main library downtown and hitting up Schuler’s Books for cold drinks while we shop for more favorite reads. We are hopeful these beloved places will be open in some way in 2020 so we can enjoy them again.

Museums and Libraries

55) Kids (and kids at heart) love to play and learn at the Grand Rapids Children Museum.

grand rapids summer activities - grand rapids children's museum

56) Get lost in a good book when you visit a storytime.

57) Log some books and earn loot with a summer reading program.

58) Go for a scenic carousel ride at Grand Rapids Public Museum.

59) Feed your imagination as you explore the Grand Rapids Art Museum.

60) Call the shots and take the seat of the President in a replica Cabinet Room at the Gerald R. Ford Museum.

Creativity & Movement

61) Get creative at The Mud Room, by painting pottery pieces, wooden signs, fusing glass and more.

grand rapids summer activities - paint pottery at the Mud Room

62) Relax with some coloring during open studio times at Carolyn Stich Studio.

63) Brush up some fun by painting pottery at Accidental Art in Rockford.

64) Zipline into the deep end or tackle the obstacle course at Holland Aquatic Center during select open swim times.

grand rapids summer activities - holland aquatic center

65) Find the hidden word on the bouldering wall at the Salvation Army Kroc Center.

66) Take a dip in a tropical setting during Family Swim at Goldfish Swim School

67) Kids won’t tire of all the fun to be had at the two-story-tall Holland Playland indoor playground.

68) Swinging from a chandelier is often frowned upon, but swinging from a trapeze at Altitude is sure to delight your daredevil.

69) Explore alternate realities at Amped Virtual Reality.

70) Ride the indoor roller coaster or play on the bumper cars at Craigs Cruisers.

grand rapids summer activities craigs cruisers

71) Bounce off the walls at Sky Zone and jump into fun at this large trampoline park.

72) Play life-sized Foosball in a specially designed arena at Rebounderz.

73) Try for a new skee-ball high score or play other arcade games at Chuck E. Cheese, The Lost City, or Dave & Buster’s.

74) Your mission (if you choose to accept it) is to have a blast playing tactical laser-tag at BattleGR.

75) Vault over obstacles, zip down slides, and more when you play at Jester’s Court.

76) Lace-up and skate into fun with KidsSkateFree and sign up for The Fun Spot – Kentwood or visit Tarry Hall for more roller skating fun.

77) Chill out with ice skating at Griff’s IceHouse or Griff’s Georgetown.

78) Get bowled over and save when you sign your kids up at KidBowlFree.com that allow kids to bowl for free all summer long at area locations like Hudsonville Lanes or BAM! in Holland.

79) Get tangled up in the Spider Nets at Playworld.

80) Hit the dance floor in a cloud of bubbles when the hourly dance party drops at Catch Air.

81) Play all day on inflatables or in the arcade at Crazy Bounce.

Let’s Eat

82) Grab lunch and check out a Kid’s Wednesday at the Downtown Market.

83) Enjoy breakfast, lunch, or dinner out in a Unique Setting or take advantage of a Kids Eat Free special.

84) On Wednesdays, stroll through the Grand Haven Farmers Market and get a yummy treat.

85) Shop the historic Fulton Street Farmer’s Market.

86) Is it even summer until you get a scoop of Superman ice cream? Check out some of the top-voted places to indulge your sweet tooth.

87) Find a food truck and order something you’ve never tasted before.

sleeping bear burrito food truck grand rapids


Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean learning has to stop. Your kids can expand their knowledge and skills all summer long, even on break from school.

It’s all about finding the right rhythm and balance for your tribe. Whether you’re a list-making taskmaster or a carpe diem drifter, we’ve brainstormed some of our favorite ways to learn from the classroom of life.

88) Combine gymnastics and swimming into a fabulous day camp experience at Grand Rapids Gymnastics.

89) Give your minnow a head start with a Jump Start Clinic at Goldfish Swim School.

90) Tee up and hit the links as your aspiring golf-pro learns from the best at Maple Hill.

Maple Hill Golf Junior lessons

91) Flexible scheduling makes the day camp offerings at MVP Sports a huge boon for busy west Michigan families.

92) Learn all about the responsibilities and joys of caring for horses at ‘Own-A-Horse Camp’ at Legacy Stables.

93) Improve your tennis, basketball, soccer game, and more at a sports camp at NorthPointe Christian.

94) Wacky Water, American Girl Doll, and Daredevil Adventure are just a few of the many themed day camps R-Athletics is dreaming up to keep your kids moving and grooving.

r athletics girls hanging on beams

95) Explore the science of Harry Potter or Star Wars, learn to code or play the ukulele, or even develop your Magna art skills at one of the many camp options at Hope College. (canceled for 2020)

96) Get a taste for college life when you bunk at Cornerstone University as they offer both day and overnight options for their sports camps.

97) Get dirty and play with clay as you learn all sorts of pottery techniques at Pottery Lane.

98) Find a nearby VBS program with our West Michigan VBS Round-Up. (most canceled for 2020)

99) Check out some of the many themed full or half-day programs offered through Camp Kroc. (canceled for 2020)

100) Design a robotic dog, build a Cake Catapult, and more at Camp Invention.

101) Middle school campers dive deep into future careers like IT programming, cooking, mechanics and more – or explore several through the Explore 4 option at the Kent Career Tech Center. (canceled for 2020)

102) Get a feel for what it’s like to be a doctor to animals during Vet Camp at the Humane Society of West Michigan.


If travel plans are on your summer bucket list, then you are in the right spot. There are so many fun road trip ideas from Grand Rapids to beautiful places around pure Michigan, the surrounding Midwest region, and even Canada. There’s no better time to pack the car and hit the road than during the summer season.

Michigan Trips

Heading up north to find more things to do in the summer is ritual for many !

103) It’s almost as Up North as you can get when you travel to Marquette – and make sure to stop by Kitch-Iti-Kipi as well.

104) Celebrate all things cherry in Traverse City, home of the National Cherry Festival every July.

105) Venture over the bridge to the land of the Yooper when you go to Sault Ste Marie and beyond.

Tahquamenon falls Hunt

106) You can walk across the Mini-Mackinac Bridge any time of the year when you visit the Michigan Science Museum in Detroit.

107) Get the inside tips from other Michigan families about where they go to unplug and go camping.

108) Splish-splash and with just a quick dash, you could be frolicking at a nearby water park destination.

109) There’s plenty of Capital fun in Michigan’s capital city, Lansing.

Downtown Lansing Capitol Building Path to Michigan Hall of Justice with kids bike

110) Immerse yourself in rustic German culture as you stay at “Michigan’s Little Bavaria,” Frankenmuth.

111) No matter your level of camping experience, Silver Lake Resort and Campgrounds has you covered, from helping to pitch a tent or renting a cabin and loads of options in between.

112) Put your pedal to the metal as you bike your way around Mackinac Island.

Chess Grand Hotel Mackinac Island Scripps


Midwest & Canadian Destinations

113) Marvel at the majesty of Niagara Falls. Make sure to also take time to check out the surrounding regions, filled with family-friendly activities.

114) Get a taste of European flair without the long distance when you drive to Toronto.

115) Fedoras are optional as you take on the role of an archaeologist at the Indianapolis Children’s Museum – an absolute must when you visit Indianapolis.

Indianapolis dinosaur museum Kamphuis

116) Indulge with a Yummi Bunni in Fort Wayne.

117) Voyage across Lake Michigan on the Lake Express High-Speed Ferry to Milwaukee and “sneak” into dinner at The Safehouse.

118) Walk, crawl, slide, and jump as you wander through City Museum (which some describe as a playground on steroids) when you visit the gateway to the west: St. Louis.


As they say, all good things must come to an end. Summer will come to a close and back to school season will be upon us. Let us help you make planning for the upcoming school year easier, so you can enjoy the last few weeks of summer activities without worry.

Your Back to School List

119) Looking for childcare can be a daunting task. Start here by mentally preparing yourself for knowing what to look for and then continue here with some favorite parent recommendations.

120) Take time to get new backpacks and that back-to-school haircut.

121) Have a preschooler ready to start their classroom journey? Our comprehensive Preschool Guide will help you figure out the best fit for your little learner.

122) If your child has mastered preschool, but maybe isn’t ready to dive into full-time, five-days-a-week Kindergarten, check out some Young 5 Kindergarten options.

123) Curious about all the hubbub over school of choice? Learn how to navigate it here in West Michigan.

124) Looking for more specialized education for your student? With options ranging from religious institutions, museum schools, language immersion and even aviation school, there are a whole of host of possibilities to consider.

125) If you are a home-based education family, you can find some helpful resources here to enrich your curriculum.

126) Need to plan some ideas for field trips? Then this is the guide for you!

127) Visit the Summer Highlight Sponsors and thank them for making this list – and GRKIDS.com – possible.

What summer activities will your family be doing this year?

Did we miss your favorite thing to do in the summer? We always love to hear from you, so please leave us a comment below!

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