College Junior 2013-11-20T15:25:20Z
Grand Rapids is thriving. Has the International art-prize festival, as well as other cultural festivals (Spanish, October-fest, Greek-fest, etc.) Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids Public Museum, Gerald R Ford Museum, Children's Museum. Cannonsburg ski area. Frederick Meijer Gardens. Devos auditorium/conference center. Van-andel arena with Culder cup champions the Grand Rapids Griffins, also hosts many concerts (Kid-rock, Taylor Swift, Rush) and performances (Cirque Du Soleil, Monster Jam). Tons of clubs and bars and hundreds of micro-breweries which help make up the beer capital of the United States. Fifth Third ball park hosts Whitecaps games with fireworks once a week during the summer. Tons of developed sidewalks and running pathways, parks, lakes. Grand Rapids Marathon in October, Fifth Third River-Bank Run, Reeds Lake Triathalon. Tons of shopping, movie theaters, Broadway Grand Rapids, etc... There is ALWAYS something going on.
College Sophomore 2013-10-30T20:35:15Z
Grand Rapids is a fairly quiet yet busy Northern US city. Downtown Grand Rapids has a community based feel. Meaning if your looking to party this isn't the place. But if your looking for a atmosphere to relax and enjoy your days this is it.
College Sophomore 2013-09-15T15:23:23Z
Grand Rapids is fantastic! Great place to go to college, lots to do in the area.
College Sophomore 2013-08-10T16:05:21Z
I love Grand Rapids! There is always something fun going on downtown and on campus.
College Sophomore 2013-07-28T23:42:37Z
Grand Rapids is as beautiful as a city can be. I was very impressed with the way it looks. There are also many fun things to do.
But the best part is that the beach and the countryside are not very far away.
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