This fast-growing community 25 minutes southeast of Grand Rapids boasts a bustling business district as well as acres of green pastures and flowing waters. Residents pride themselves on preserving the area’s rural heritage and small-town feel even as the township continues to add visitor-friendly attractions and events.

Where to Eat in Caledonia

You’ll find a little something for every taste – from pizza to pub food, Asian to Mexican cuisine, and community-oriented restaurants that will make you feel like a regular from the first hello.

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Where to Shop in Caledonia

These small-town businesses will surprise you with the depth and breadth of their selections.

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What to Do in Caledonia

Grab your clubs and head to 36-hole Saskatoon Golf Club, ranked among the “Best Places Play 2008-2009” by Golf Digest.

Bike, hike, run or roller-blade the Paul Henry Trail – it connects Caledonia to Kentwood, the community to its south.

Cheer on youth football, baseball, softball and soccer at Cal-Plex athletic complex.

What to See in Caledonia

See native flora and fauna amidst open fields and heavily wooded hills and valleys at Lepard Nature Preserve, which includes a natural-surfaced trail and elevated boardwalk.

See a live music performance at EB Coffee & Pub or Nighthawk Food & Spirits.

See a show by the Caledonia Community Players – they produce three family-friendly plays and musical each year.

Local Caledonia Favorites

Broadmoor Country Club is a classic golf course built in the 1960s.

The Big O’ Smoke House is where locals shop for smoked fish, fowl, buffalo, venison, jerky and more.

Caledonia Hidden Gems

With 1,500 feet of frontage on Emmons Lake, picturesque Caledonia Lakeside Park offers multiple picnic areas, open and enclosed shelters, playgrounds and ball diamonds.