2525 W. Washington,
Distance from hotel: 0.3 miles
Klackles Orchards offers the finest in Agra-entertainment; Apple picking Pumpkins Peaches and more. The Pavilion hosts Sport Events and Tournaments as well as Wedding Receptions.
11466 W Carson City Rd
Distance from hotel: 7.1 miles
Moto Cross Racing every week from Spring through Fall.
7201 Lessiter Rd
Distance from hotel: 6.8 miles
Beautiful paved trails around Greenville. Perfect for bikes hiking roller blades and skateboards.
Distance from hotel: 6.3 miles
Belding was first known as Broas Rapids in 1838 because of it's close geographical location to Grand Rapids, Michigan. The Belding family was honored in 1871 with the re-naming of the city to Belding, Michigan. This great little city is small and quaint but holds one of the largest Gus Macker events each summer drawing in many competitive athletes. Demorest Field has four baseball diamonds spanning out from the center of the field. Central Riverside offers tennis, volleyball, and playground equipment for family fun. Belding is also home to Stahlin Enclosures and many other businesses.
Distance from hotel: 11.3 miles
Sheridan is home of the Springfest Celebration every year on Memorial Day Weekend to kick off the end of the long Michigan Winter and welcome the long awaited Summer Days. Pearl Lake is located in Sheridan and is a beautiful swimming lake with white sandy beaches surrounded by thick forest.
Distance from hotel: 13.3 miles
Stanton, Michigan is the Mountcalm County Seat. This distinction was given in 1860 when the county seat moved from Greenville, Michigan to Stanton. The Moncalm County Courthouse is located in Stanton, Michigan and the Montcalm Community College is just minutes from Stanton. Enjoy a great Drag Race at the Mid Michigan Speedway.
Distance from hotel: 13.5 miles
Visit Cedar Springs, Michigan during the Red Flannel Festival each first weekend in October. The Red Flannel Parade features a queen and her court from the Cedar Springs High School. Established as a lumber town in 1856 Cedar Springs was the most Northern terminal of Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad for two years and was the cross point for the East to West Toledo, Saginaw and Muskegon Railroad, the Grand Trunk Western Railroad.
Distance from hotel: 14 miles
Rockford was originally platted as Laphamville, Michigan by it's original settlers but when the Grand Rapid and Indiana Railroad Company began pushing Northward they advised it's residents to pick a shorter name. In 1865 new residents from Rockford, Illinois proposed and narrowly passed the name change to Rockford, Michigan. Known as the bedroom community of Grand Rapids, Rockford has many wonderful small shops and restaurants. The White Pine Trail runs through Rockford's downtown along the rogue River and the Rockford Dam.
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