Titanic: The Artifact Exhibition allows guests to experience the legend of Titanic. Feb 9 - Jul 7. ...more
See recovered artifacts and personal stories of crews on such memorable ships as the Edmund Fitzgerald. ...more
The Improvisational Quilts of Susana Allen Hunter at the Grand Rapids Art Museum. May - Aug 2013 ...more
Follow Gerald Ford from his birth in Nebraska, to his growing up in Grand Rapids. Ford Museum - Until 2013 ...more
Grab your friends, sisters, mother or daughter and escape for a girls-only weekend in Grand Rapids! ...more
Experience Grand Rapids where guys can be guys. Enjoy beer and the great outdoors! ...more
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Outdoor Summer Concert Series at Meijer Gardens Grand Rapids is passionate about the arts, and nowhere is t...more
Camping in or near Grand Rapids lets you take advantage of our awesome natural wonders - and still enjoy easy access to our "big-city" amenities.
For fishing and boating licenses (and a list of public access sites), contact the Michigan Department of Natural Resources at (269) 685-6851 or www.michigan.gov/dnr.
Hiking or biking? Check out our trail system.
Grand Rogue is the closest campground to nearly all Grand Rapids attractions and special events. A nice, clean, safe, quiet family campground in a wooded, grassy, rural, small secluded lake and riverside setting. West Michigan has a tradition as a vacation paradise and in the Grand Rapids area the Grand Rogue Campgrounds has always offered personal service for visitors from near and far. In our 38th year we are now operating BY RESERVATION ONLY on a limited schedule. See our websit MORE >>
A great place to camp. Full hook-up and primitive camping sites. Fire pits and picnic tables at each site, firewood, dump station, heated restrooms with accessible showers, laundry facilities, playground, 24 hour supervision, camp store and nature program. Season runs April 24, 2009 through November 1, 2009. MORE >>