Leave Feedback

Wooden Boat Show set for June 1

Tribune Staff • Jul 21, 2015 at 12:40 PM

This will be the 10th show in a community rich in boating history, and nestled between the Grand River and Spring Lake, with only a short boat ride to Lake Michigan at Grand Haven.

The show attracts nationally known and other fine examples of wooden runabouts, utilities, canoes, kayaks and a classic-glass category as well. Boats from Chris Craft, Century, Hacker Craft and Lyman, to name a few, as well as many custom-built boats will be on display.

The show starts at 9 a.m. and continues until 3 p.m. with awards, and a boat parade down Spring Lake. 

A children’s boat-building table and float-your-boat pond, food, music, a wooden kayak builder and various wooden boat vendors will be part of the show. There will also be a display and participation from the Tri-Cities Historical Museum.

The show is hosted by the Village of Spring Lake’s Historic Conservation Commission, whose purpose is to help identify, promote and preserve the area’s rich history.


Recommended for You