Ground was broken recently on the final phase of a project to renovate the Grand Haven State Park campground’s crumbling pavement, and is expected to wrap up just in time for the new Kite Fest.
On Monday night, the Township Board voted to pursue funding from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Trust Fund to bring trails, a boardwalk, signage and other amenities to Hofma Park & Preserve.
The City Council voted 5-0 last week to pursue three grants — two for Mulligan’s Hollow and one for Sluka Field.
A pickleball court and splash park were among the options Grand Haven Township officials considered for the former skating rink site at Mercury Park.
Lakeshore Visual Arts Collective will transform the nature center at Hemlock Crossing County Park into a one-night-only, pop-up art venue Saturday, March 23, from 5-8 p.m.
The rehabilitation project began in 2008. It will culminate in the next few years with the lengthening of piers, widening of slips and updates to the electrical system.
Representing four alleged family members of park founder Martha Duncan, attorney John D. Tallman has filed a suit claiming the park must be returned to the heirs.
Public hearing set for Sluka Field, Mulligan's Hollow projects.
The county recently entered a purchase agreement for 118 acres at the south end of Stearns Bayou in Robinson Township, which would become a county park featuring 6,350 feet of waterfront.
The decision Tuesday by U.S. Forest Service officials followed a flood of concerns about the rule announced earlier this month for parts of the Au Sable, Manistee and Pine rivers. The ban was to take effect in May.
Open water attracts raptors to Tri-Cities area, wildlife experts say.
If you plan to fish or canoe on some Michigan rivers this summer, leave the liquor at home.
Grand Haven City Council voted unanimously Monday to pursue a state Community Development Block Grant for an array of upgrades on the west side of Harbor Drive between Franklin and Washington avenues.
The Monkee Mobile is one of many sleds ready for Saturday’s Winterfest Cardboard Sled Race.
The Ottawa County Parks Foundation has entered a purchase agreement for 16.5 acres of land, including 651 feet of riverfront in Georgetown Township, for $100,000.