Fireworks displays around West Michigan

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – This is the big week for fireworks displays around West Michigan…but not all of them are on Saturday, July 4.

Below is a list, by date, of area displays.  For more around Michigan, go to . Also, if you have questions, check with your local municipality.

The biggest, in downtown Grand Rapids, is on the 4th of July. We’ll be adding more as we hear of them.


Friday, July 3

Allegan – On the Riverfront

Battle Creek – W. K. Kellogg Airport

Coldwater – From the middle of Coldwater Lake (and at Heritage Park on Saturday the 4th)

Dowagiac – Russom Park

Evart – Osceola County Fairgrounds Grandstand

Fremont – Over Fremont Lake

Hamlin Lake – Camp Douglas Smith directly across the lake from Wilson Hill Park

Hartford – Hartford Motor Speedway

Kalamazoo – Kalamazoo Speedway (and Saturday the 4th too)

Marshall – Calhoun County Fairgrounds

New Buffalo – New Buffalo Beach

Pentwater – Charles Mears State Park

South Haven – South Pier over Lake Michigan

Union City – Union City High School Alumni Field


July 4 (All start times are at dusk)

Ada/Cascade – Confluence of the Thornapple River and the Grand River, view from east Amway lot and downtown Ada

Allendale – Allendale Township Park

Baldwin – Big Star Lake

Bangor – Bangor HS

Big Rapids – Mecosta County Fairgrounds

Caledonia – CalPlex, 5401 100th Street

Cassopolis – Diamond Lake

Coldwater – Heritage Park

Colon – Near Colon HS

Constantine – Little League Fields

Croton – Croton Causeway

Decatur – Lake of the Woods/Decatur HS

Dorr Twp.  – Dorr North Park

Douglas – Over Lake Kalamazoo

East Grand Rapids – John Collins Park on Reeds Lake

Edwardsburg – Eagle Lake

Grand Haven – Waterfront Stadium on the channel

Grand Rapids – Ah-Nab-Awen Park, downtown Grand Rapids

Grandville – Grandville Middle School, 3535 Wilson Ave SW

Gun Lake – Over the lake

Hesperia – Downtown Hesperia

Holland – Kollen Park & Heinz Waterfront Walkway

Hopkins – Sandy Pines, 136th Ave

Kalamazoo – Kalamazoo Speedway

Kentwood – Kentwood City Center, 4900 Breton Rd.

Ludington – Stearns Park

Marne – Berlin Raceway

Mecosta – East Field

Muskegon – Heritage Landing

Plainwell – Plainwell Airport

Portage – McCamley Field, 8135 S Westnedge Ave.

Portland – Portland High School

Sand Lake – 51 W Lake Street, 10:30 p.m.

Saugatuck – Over the Kalamazoo River

Schoolcraft – Schoolcraft High School

Shelbyville – Over the lake

St. Joseph – Silver Beach

Wayland – Gun Lake Casino

Whitehall – North end of White Lake


July 11

Lowell – Stoney Creek Park

White Pigeon – White Pigeon HS

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  • gordon

    Date: July 4, 2015 at Dusk
    Where: Waterfront Stadium
    1 North Harbor Drive
    City/State/Zip: Grand Haven, Michigan 49417
    County: Ottawa County

    Get directions!
    Event Phone: 616-842-4910
    Event Website: Click Here!
    Admission: Free
    Event Details:

    Musical fountain (water and lights synchronized to recorded music) starts at 9:45pm. Parade at 10:30am, starting at City Hall and ending at William Ferry Park. I’ve seen these, and they’re great!

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