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  • Phone: (231) 592-5150
  • Fax: (231) 592-5157
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    »Baldwin

    Baldwin attracts tourists in the summer months due to the presence of numerous water bodies which facilitate water sports like kayaking, canoeing, diving, fishing etc. A large forest replete with trails thrills the adventurists who flock here in plenty.

    Baldwin
    Baldwin, MI 49304

    »Fremont

    Fremont, located in Newaygo County, is named after the American military officer and explorer John C. Fremont. Originally inhabited by Native Americans, it was incorporated as a township in 1855. Its landscape features ponds, lakes, forests and parks that are great for camping, hiking and outdoor activities. Explore downtown’s farmers’ market, admire public art and attend music festivals and community events for a glimpse of Fremont’s cultural scene.

    Fremont
    Fremont, MI 49412

    »Finch Field House

    The Finch Field House or the Finch Hall is located at the Central Michigan University. This is where the Department of Military Science is. The building, once the largest in the the state, used to be the sports and recreation center. Now it houses the Department of Recreation, Parks, and Leisure Services Administration and some parts of the Park Library. The building was built in 1951 and named after Ronald W. Finch, a noted member of the faculty. Do Contact for details.

    1200 South Franklin Street
    Mount Pleasant, MI 48859

    »Shepherd

    Shepherd used to by just another obscure village in the Isabella County of Michigan however, since its inception of the Shepherd Maple Syrup Festival in 1958, this village has drawn inter-state visitors who arrive here to partake in the festivities comprising food, drink, laughter,art and music.

    Shepherd
    Shepherd, MI 48883

    »Baker College

    Baker College focuses on career learning, with degrees offered in professional fields.  

    9600 East 13th Street
    Cadillac, MI 49601

    »Harrison

    Named after a U.S. President William Henry Harrison, and set upon the shores of Budd Lake, the city of Harrison was once a lumber town. The lake offers a number of recreational activities to visitors with families.

    Harrison
    Harrison, MI 49240

    »Carson City

    Located in Michigan's Montcalm County, Carson City was platted for the first time in 1866, and established as city much later in 1960.  It boasts a wonderful heritage laden with folklore which is why tourists are eager to come here to witness it. 

    Carson City
    Carson City, MI 48811

    »The DeltaPlex Arena

    The DeltaPlex Entertainment & Expo Center is one of the finest locations to catch the best of events in Grand Rapids. It is also the perfect location to host any private or official function. Concerts, trade fairs, conventions, exhibitions, and even professional boxing matches are held here. The Turner Arena, the West River Hall, the Hillside Hall, and the Walker Ballroom are the four venues within the complex. For further information about tickets and bookings check the website.

    2500 Turner North West
    Grand Rapids, MI 49544

    »Lake City

    Also referred to as the "Christmas Tree Capital", Lake City lies in the Missaukee County of Michigan. It is rich in history and this is rather evident from the architecture and cultural climate that prevails among the townsfolk who welcome visitors warmly.

    Lake City
    Lake City, MI 49651

    »Executive Coach Service

    For over 15 years, Executive Coach Service has been setting the standard for ground transportation in the West Michigan Area. Executive Coach Service consistently exceeds the expectations and high demands of both corporate and social clients' needs.

    1000 Pannell Northwest
    Grand Rapids, Michigan 49514

    »Exotic Limousine

    An all-occasion limo service.

    662 Leonard Northwest
    Grand Rapids, Michigan 49504

    »Muskegon

    Known by several names such as "Lumbertown", "Port City", "Lumber Queen of the World" and "Skeetown", Muskegon enjoys its location on the banks of the Michigan River and the Muskegon Lake. Human settlement existed here seven-thousand years ago. Today it's known for its cultural life which sees the Michigan Irish Music Festival and Unity Christian Music Festival being held annually.

    Muskegon
    Muskegon, MI 49440
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