Time Left has a wide variety of items-clothing, household, furniture, etc but there store is very cluttered and full. It is hard to see everything and you feel overwhelmed. There prices are fair, but the quality is not that great. The employees are nice but not overly helpful.
Seasons Two is a consignment store but are very picky about what they accept for consignment. They only accept maybe half of what you bring in. There store is neat and organized, but their prices are high. They offer womens, mens and childrens clothing in a variety of sizes.
Sandy Pines is a huge campground in Hopkins. They offer weekly campsites, but the majority of campers have seasonal sites with permanent trailers. It is geared more toward older adults but they do have a pool, pond and play area for children. Prices are great.
Yogi Bear is geared towards family fun. They offer a wide variety of activities for kids-arts&crafts, face painting, hay rides, etc that all families can enjoy together. The campground is large with a mix of shady and sunny sites. They are located near Grand Haven and Holland MI.
I have attended several performances by the Grand Rapids Symphony. What an awesome and well crafted musical performance. David Lockingham, the director, does a wonderful job and we always enjoy ourselves.
My husband and I have attended several performances at the Civic. We love the charm of the theatre and have enjoyed many performances in the last 2 years. The theatre is very neat and clean and the employees at the ticket window are very personable.
Putters Paradise is a great place for family fun. They offer a fun mini golf course along with go carts. They are located right next to Yogi Bear Campground, so its convienent for campers. The staff is friendly and the grounds are well kept.
Family Christian Stores offer a variety of religious items-books, devotionals, CDs, DVDs, childrens items, toys, t shirts, etc. Everything is very neat and organized and the employees are very friendly. They have a great atmosphere.
There are so many dollar stores in the area, but Keegstra's Dollar store is very neat and organized. It is a family run business and the store shows pride of ownership. They have a great selection of cards, cleaning supplies, toys, etc and the employees are friendly.
The Dollar Tree(by Save A Lot) in Jenison has a great selection of items. I enjoy their card selection and also their holiday decor. However, the store is very messy. There are always boxes on the floor..merchandise left in boxes, toys on the floor etc. You feel as if they were setting out merchandise and never finished. Very disorganized and not professional looking.