Grand Rapids, Grand-Haven, and Holland Region of Michigan

Enjoy Summertime in Grand Rapids, Grand Haven and Holland Areas

Michigan Life's Region 4 Grand Rapids, Grand Haven and Holland Area including Allegan County, Barry County, Eaton County, Ionia County, Kent County Montcalm County, and Ottawa County Michigan.

Region 4 -Grand Rapids, Grand Haven and Holland Areas

Region 4 - Grand Rapids, Grand Haven and Holland Areas of Michigan

Region 4 -Grand Rapids, Grand Haven and Holland Areas are part of western Michigan starting at the spectacular Lake Michigan beaches and traveling towards the heart of the lower peninsula. Destinations and Attractions include some up-and-coming micro breweries (Grand Rapids was named the Top 10 Vacation cities for Beer Lovers), festivals (Holland is the home of an annual Tulip Festival), attractions (Grand Haven Lighthouse), and an abundance of outdoor activities (including Dune Buggy Rides in Saugatuck) and boating, biking, hiking, swimming and outdoor recreation throughout the region.

What to See and Do in Region 4 Grand Rapids, Grand Haven and Holland Areas

AJ's Family Fun Center is a family oriented entertainment facility. Attractions include Go-Karts, mini golf and bumper boats as well as laser tag.

Enjoy the warm weather on the water with AAA Canoe Rental offering a number of fun water water activities including Kayaking and Tubing.

Moby's Dive Shop is a full service Scuba Diving & Snorkeling Center. Providing excellent training from basic snorkeling and scuba diving, to advanced levels of diving skill development.

Here at Sundance Riding Stables, we offer horseback riding for riders of all skill levels.

AAA Canoe & Kayak Rentals is the Rockford area's finest full service provider of canoe, kayak and tube float trips on the scenic Rogue River for 37 years.

Our outdoor rental selection is the most extensive in the area, featuring boats, kayaks, bikes, and mopeds.

Summer is too short in West Michigan!

GR Paddling provides guided kayak and canoe excursions in and around the greater Grand Rapids, Michigan area, utilizing local waterways as a way to increase appreciation by educating the public in