Dog parks, water parks and a zipline are among some of the ideas Grand Haven students came up with for property recently acquired by Grand Haven Township.

Grand Haven Area Public Schools S.T.E.M. (science, technology, engineering, math) students have designed and built prototypes of what they would like to see in the 40-acre Wolfe property and 130-acre Witteveen farm recently added to the township’s Hofma Park and Preserve.

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