The Grand Ravines suspension bridge spans 275 feet across a 70-foot ravine in Jenison.
The Grand Haven Township Board has decided to make minimal repairs to the rink, which will give officials more time to track use of the facility before a permanent plan is created.
Spring Lake Village leaders dedicated the new Whistlestop Playground on Monday afternoon with a ribbon-cutting ceremony, pig roast and lots of playing.
The Grand Haven State Park skyscape will blossom with color Saturday and Sunday as the 29th annual Great Lakes Kite Festival takes to the air.
A new study released May 3 by the Michigan Department of Technology, Management & Budget has shed new light on what it would take to dredge 23 miles of the Grand River for recreational powerboat use.
WHITING, Indiana — City leaders in an Indiana community are nearing the final steps to bring a large, floating waterpark to a Lake Michigan beach.
The goal is to promote coastal public access by linking regional water trails to form a statewide water trail system along every mile of the Great Lakes shoreline.
Of the 38 parks and open spaces in the Ottawa County Parks system, only five require a parking fee during the summer season, and a sixth requires a boat launch fee.
Lyndsey Smeyers readily admitted that her heart was pounding as she climbed atop a small sled and sat poised to rocket down the 700-foot-long luge track at the Muskegon Winter Sports Complex Friday afternoon.
Ottawa County's parks will be receiving funding for several projects next year, thanks to the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund board.
The deadline is Dec. 6 for organizers to come up with $50,000, which would be matched by the Michigan Economic Development Corp.
Walking through the parks and along the waterfront of Coast Guard City, USA and you may notice a relatively new phenomena — people of all ages suspended and swinging in the air.
HOLLAND — Four local governments in Ottawa County are collaborating to establish a water trail on Lake Macatawa as part of an effort to designate the City of Holland as a "Pure Michigan Trail Town."
Grand Haven leaders hope they can get state grant funding to help with two park projects that have been on the planning radar in recent years.
The Lakeshore Pickleball Club has served up a plan to the city, asking that one — or both — of the tennis courts at Mulligan's Hollow be converted to pickleball courts.