Spring has sprung, and you’re itching to get out of the house and dispel with some of your lingering cabin fever. Luckily, there are plenty of spring activities around Grand Rapids to alleviate the last symptoms of your winter blues.
If your family has any baseball fanatics, or you’re just looking for a fun activity outdoors while enjoying a tasty hot dog, check out the West Michigan Whitecaps play at their diamond in Comstock Park.
No state does apple-based treats like Michigan, and it proves so during Cider Week (May 13-19). Sample some small-batch beverage recipes, relax with delicious treats, and sit back and appreciate a good cider.
Whether you’re an experienced kayaker/canoer or just a novice paddle-boater, there’s no better place to take to the river than Grand Rapids. Rent a boat in the city, or, if you’re in the mood for a little more wilderness, visit one of the park’s numerous boat rental facilities.
The creatures and critters at John Ball Zoo are just as happy as you are with the warm turn in the weather. Spring is a great time to visit the zoo with the whole family.
The best way to get to and from all these spring activities around Grand Rapids is with a new-to-you used car from Pfeiffer Plainfield. Visit us and take a stroll through our lot.