Grand Rapids offers lots of big-city excitement - but you don't have to travel far for a classic small-town experience. Discover Coopersville just 15 minutes away!
With just over 4,000 residents, Coopersville is a rural community that proudly celebrates its agricultural heritage. Attractions and events include:
Coopersville Farm Museum. Continually changing art, exhibits and entertainment help preserve and honor farming life. Acoustic concerts, tractor shows, quilt displays and more.
Coopersville Historical Museum. This former train depot houses railroad artifacts such history exhibits as a century-old sawmill, 19th-century drugstore replica and memorabilia from early rock-n-roll star (and Coopersville native) Del Shannon.
Coopersville & Marne Railway. Historic passenger train offers charters and theme runs including the Santa Train, Bunny Train and Famous Pumpkin Train.
Coopersville Summerfest. Six-day festival features more than 25 family-friendly activities - live music, car cruise, fireworks and more. August 6-11, 2012.
Gavin Orchards. Family farm and orchard offers sweet cherries, apples, peaches, squash, gourds, Indian corn, pumpkins and sweet cider in season.
Grassfields Cheese. This fifth-generation family farm makes and sells cheeses, as well as its grass-fed beef, pork, chicken, eggs, and turkey. The farm store is open year-round!
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