The newest Ottawa County park is here to stay.
FRUITPORT — An event that started as a small gathering to celebrate the community has evolved into a full-on Old Fashioned Christmas held at Pomona Park every year.
FERRYSBURG —More than 100 people gathered at William Ferry Park Saturday night for the annual City of Ferrysburg Carol Sing. Santa said that this may have been the biggest crowd ever.
The Michigan Recreation and Park Association announced this week that Ottawa County Parks was awarded the 2018 Park Design award for Grand Ravines.
The township is considering pickleball courts, a playground and splash park or a fenced dog park for the site.
Ryan Navarre of Troop 14 in Spring Lake was awarded the rank of Eagle Scout at his Eagle Court of Honor held on Sunday, Nov. 18.
The Ottawa Sands park in Ferrysburg has drawn a lot of visitors since it opened in October, but the county is already looking ahead to big changes for the site.
Ferry Voyager School students raced to be the first to try out new play equipment at East Grand River Park on Monday.
Sign-up is full for the River Run, which is staged at the Connor Bayou County Park in Robinson Township, but tickets are still available for a post-race party with food and alcoholic beverages.
Mary Schultz said she hadn’t laughed so hard or as much in such a long time as she did when she and her three Schroeder siblings recreated a pose for a picture that appeared in the Grand Haven Tribune in 1968.
The 345-acre Ottawa Sands property in Ferrysburg was acquired through a partnership between Ottawa County Parks and the Land Conservancy of West Michigan. It features a dune landscape with an 80-acre lake and views of the Grand River.
Ottawa County Parks & Recreation advises against displaying the wreaths, most of which are made from the non-native invasive oriental bittersweet plant that is taking a toll on the natural habitat.
CROCKERY TOWNSHIP — An Ottawa County trail system is 96 percent complete, and a fundraising campaign is aiming to carry it the rest of the way.
Jim Schmidt, who agreed to donate the property, withdrew his offer amid “negativity” and opposition from neighbors, according to Grand Haven Township officials.
Nunica woman completes 200-mile endurance run in the Cascade Mountains of Washington.