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  • Kristin Ruther
    RE/MAX of Grand Rapids
    Have you ever been home and your child is basically jumping off the walls and you are wondering where they can get their energy out? Look no further than Altitude Trampoline Park! Your child (and yourself) can jump to your heart's content. You first walk into this place and realize that it is bright and airy, unlike some of the other trampoline parks. They are also concerned about safety. You must buy or bring your own Altitude socks so that there are no unwelcome accidents occurring.

    Once you have your waiver signed, wristband on, and safety socks on, get ready for all the fun! Children of all ages are welcome to jump, but we never experienced unpleasantries, as they have safety staff out on the trampolines and stations monitoring, so that everyone is having maximum fun. There are foam pits, basketball hoops, trampoline floors, balance beams, climbing mats, and a jumping pit. Kids and adults alike could stay there for hours. However, it would be wise to stop and get some water.

    They do have a concessions area with metal picnic tables to stop and eat or sit down and get a drink. We personally used these tables to take off our shoes and put on our safety socks and for a nice rest stop in between jumping activities.

    So if a rainy day occurs or it is the middle of the winter and you don't want cabin fever, head on over to Altitude Trampoline Park for indoor fun that is also counted as great exercise. Your children will thank you and probably beg to go back a time or two.
  • Kelly Spence
    RE/MAX Of Grand Rapids
    Fred Meijer Standale Trail is one of several trails named after Frederik Meijer. This trail system connects retail and residential in the city of Walker with Millenium Park and meanders along the Grand River. This is definitely a trail to try out in the area, and I highly recommend it. Park at the most southern end of Millennium Park along Maynard Avenue and try out this beautiful trail. Don't forget, you can also park a little farther north at a small community park on Sunset Hills Avenue or at the City of Walker Ice & Fitness Center on Remembrance Road.
  • Kristin Ruther
    RE/MAX of Grand Rapids
    Invite your friends for a bike ride and traverse nearly 20 miles of trails. The parking is free! There is a six-acre beach with concessions, splash pad, fishing pier, intricate playgrounds, boathouse and rentals, and fishing pier. Past water ski competition brought world-class male and female water skiers. What a show! There's always fun to be had at Millennium Park!
  • Kelly Spence
    RE/MAX Of Grand Rapids
    Blain's Farm and Fleet will be opening a new location in the Walker/Standale area in the fall of 2020. This will bring 100 new jobs to the community. Congratulations to Mayor Gary Carey and his team meeting with management from Blain's and showing what a wonderful and welcoming community the Walker/Standale area truly is.
  • Kelly Spence
    RE/MAX Of Grand Rapids
    Aldi will be coming soon to Walker, MI. It will be located across the street from Meijer on Wilson Avenue near the corner of Lake Michigan Drive. Aldi was founded in Germany in 1946 by two brothers Karl and Theo Albrecht and later split into two separate groups in 1960 (Aldi Nord and Aldi Sud).
  • Wendy Katerberg
    RE/MAX of Grand Rapids
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    Walker, MI
    Did you know that Millennium Park is one of the nation's largest urban parks? Visitors can enjoy 1,400 acres of pure Michigan, pure fun! Go for the day or a few hours. The park consists of 18 miles of trails for walking/jogging/hiking, biking, roller blading and other human-powered devices.

    Rent kayaks, stand-up paddle boards, canoes, row boats and paddle boats. Want a little more R&R? Head on over to the six-acre beach and splash pad. There's a 100 acre lake with a well-marked swimming area. The Van Andel Beach House offers a concession stand with hot foods, snacks and ice cream. The Beach House also offers lockers, changing rooms, restrooms and picnic tables on the plaza.

    Millennium Park is a super fun place to soak up some sun or cool down on a hot summer day and it's only minutes from Grand Rapids. Click the link below for additional info for hours, guidelines and super low admission fees.
  • Brooke Sines
    RE/MAX Of Grand Rapids
    Check out the Peppermill Grill for an amazing breakfast! Open for breakfast and lunch, this place is known for it's large portions! Choose from omelettes, to Eggs Benedict, to pancakes, waffles, and more ... You won't leave hungry! The prices are easy on your wallet too. Enjoy!
  • Brooke Sines
    RE/MAX Of Grand Rapids
    Have you been to the new Westside Social Restaurant located in the Walker/Standale area yet? Located in the old Shawmut Hills Inn, the whole place has been remodeled and is a quaint place to grab a drink and/or an appetizer and great meal. Get there early as they fill up fast and so does the parking lot!
  • Brooke Sines
    RE/MAX Of Grand Rapids
    Be one of the first to check out DeHops Brewery and Cafe! Coming soon to the Standale Business District. Located in a building that has been vacant for years, but has been revitalized and is now amazing inside with mosaic tile and more! It's a must see!
  • The northwest side is one of Grand Rapids' best kept secrets. It boasts generations of families that will always call this side their home. It is the location for many family-owned businesses and it's known as a community of the nicest people; just a short distance to any freeway and to the heart of Downtown. Even if you do not live on the northwest side, here are two staples you must check out:

    Richmond Park: Not only does it have a very nice community pool and park, but in the winter time you will find many sledders tackling its enormous hills.

    Pulaski Days: One of the most attended festivals and events that takes place in Grand Rapids. Many party goers are celebrating their Polish Heritage on this weekend of fun, while many others are just along for the celebration.

    You also must check out all the micro breweries, family restaurants and butchers. You might have to visit more than a few times to soak in all that Northwest Grand Rapids has to offer.
  • Brooke Sines
    RE/MAX Of Grand Rapids
    Millennium Park is one of the nation's largest urban parks right here in Grand Rapids! With portions of the park actually located in Walker, Grandville, and Wyoming, it spans over 1,400 acres and has six miles of frontage on the Grand River. As if the park wasn't beautiful enough, it includes a six-acre beach, splash pad, boat rentals, and tons of trails; really, 18 miles of trails! Don't wait to check it out!
  • Brooke Sines
    RE/MAX Of Grand Rapids
    In the heart of Walker, you'll find City Central Park. It is located just behind Walker City Hall, the police station and the Walker Ice & Fitness Center. The park boasts baseball/softball fields, soccer fields, a playground, concession area, walking trails and more! This is a great place to take the kids and let them run around for a bit or to watch a Saturday afternoon game! It's clean, has decent parking, and restrooms on-site as well. Want to get involved? The Walker Recreation Department has several sports teams to take advantage of!
  • John DeVries
    RE/MAX of Grand Rapids
    The Walker area features charming little houses located on Moelker Avenue off of Riverbend Avenue. You can find homes perfectly situated on a cul-de-sac which is great for a family with young children. Walker is minutes away from all your downtown activities and yet it still offers the quiet feel of countryside with two local apple orchards and local farms just a short walk from your door step. Check it out!
  • John DeVries
    RE/MAX of Grand Rapids
    In Walker, you will find quaint homes with a waterfront view located along Kenowa Avenue directly across from Lake Fennessy. This is a quiet street easily accessed from many restaurants, grocery stores, and gas stations which are located near downtown Standale. It is conveniently located between downtown Grand Rapids and Grand Valley State University in Allendale.
  • John DeVries
    RE/MAX of Grand Rapids
    Quaint homes are located on a a quiet dirt road with a view of dazzling farm acreage. It's just around the corner from Fennessy Lake. You can enjoy all the sounds of the country from this area and if you enjoy fishing this lake is perfect.
  • John DeVries
    RE/MAX of Grand Rapids
    The Hall Street area is surrounded by exquisite greenery and is just stunning in Fall when the leaves turn colors. It's a tranquil and peaceful area with all your modern conveniences just down the road. This is a great area for peaceful, convenient living and a must see!

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