Looking for things to do in West Michigan? Here are some helpful resources!


There seems to be a trend lately among travelers that Michigan is the place to be. From Kalamazoo being “the Austin of the Midwest” to Grand Rapids being named as one of the best up and coming cities to live, there is a lot Michigan has to offer right now.

Given that Consumers Credit Union serves Michigan and has its roots planted in West Michigan, we wanted to share some resources that will help you get the most out of our amazing state.

Pure Michigan:

Visiting our official state website might seem obvious, but once you start digging through all it has to offer, you might be amazed to find out all the hidden gems and local events town has to offer.


Discover Kalamazoo:

Aside from where Consumers CU started serving members, there is a lot Kalamazoo has to be proud for. A booming craft beer and food scene makes Kzoo a popular tourist spot. Check out the official travel page for Kalamazoo for upcoming events and great travel accommodations.


Grand Rapids:

There is so much to do in Michigan’s second largest city, you could lose track of time just perusing their website, let alone actually experiencing the city first hand. It is must for Michiganders and travelers from afar to check out.



What’s not to love about Holland? Beautiful beaches, friendly atmosphere, and of course tulips! For this entire great city has to offer check out their official website.


South Haven:

You simply have to see the beauty yourself. No pictures can do this beach city justice so go see firsthand why South Haven is such a special place.



If you are looking to experience true a true Michigan town, Coldwater is the place to be. Experience endless trails and freshwater lakes, or stop by the Branch County Fair that typically runs Mid-August.


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