There’s Still Time for Safe Summer Fun in West Michigan!

Check out the below ideas to fit in some extra West Michigan fun before Summer ends!

Tibbits Summer Theatre

Tibbits Summer Theatre in Coldwater is performing their shows at an outdoor location to allow for social distancing, and their show this weekend is “It Started with Eve.” It’s a collection of four short one-act plays adapted from Mark Twain, all offering different looks at love. You can catch performances on August 27th, 28th, and 29th at “The Ponds,” which has sheltered outdoor seating.

Coopersville Farm Museum

The Coopersville Farm Museum currently has their 19th Annual Quilt Show going on, titled “Quilts and their Stories.” They have over 100 quilts on display, along with sharing the stories behind them. You can visit the Quilt Show on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays through the end of September, or stop by on August 29th for “Kids, Crafts, and Critters” to visit with farm animals, check out the model train, and make your own soap.

Lewis Adventure Farm & Zoo

Lewis Adventure Farm & Zoo in New Era has their Sunflower Harvest Festival coming up in September! Stop by on weekends from September 5th through 20th to snap the perfect photo in their field of bright yellow sunflowers, and even take home some blooms! Your admission includes all of Lewis’s farm fun, with their petting zoo, corn maze, jumping pillow, farm store, and plenty more to keep the family busy all day.

Bundy Hill Offroad

If you’re a fan of off-road driving, check out the “King of the Hill Shootout” at Bundy Hill Offroad park in Jerome, coming up on September 12th. Bring your own vehicle and camp on-site to participate, or watch these master drivers conquer the wooded trails, hill climbs, rock challenges, and mud. Bundy Hill also rents off-road vehicles Wednesdays through Fridays, or you can bring your vehicle if you’d like to try to tackle the trails on your own!