Eaton Rapids in United States, from Nouth America region, is best know for Farms. Discover best things to do in Eaton Rapids with beautiful photos and great reviews from traveller around the world here!
Restaurants in Eaton Rapids
4.5 based on 55 reviews
The Country Mill orchard is the only mid-Michigan cider mill where a family can pick fresh apples, peaches, and blueberries at the same farm. We also offer our own locally grown vegetables such as sweet corn, winter squash, and pumpkins. In the fall, come enjoy tasting our homemade wines, hard cider, pies, donuts, and other baked goods. We also offer tours on Tuesday through Friday in September and October. Many activities on the weekends in the fall. Weddings and private parties year around.
It's a bit early but we made our yearly trip over to the Country Mil and bought some delicious Honeycrisp Apples and as we looked over their unique items in their store the Pumpkin Doughnuts were calling to me :) They have sugared and non-sugared. They both are so good! You can pick your own apples or snap a cute pic in their photo area. The Country Mill is a orchard, cider mill, winery and farm market where you can pickck your own apples, blueberries, peaches and pumpkins at their 120 acre farm. You can take a break inside and enjoy their fresh donuts, caramel apples, and pies in their bakery. Go and discover unique gifts, hard cider, wine and fresh apple cider. They grow and produce organic apples, cider, applesauce, apple butter and vinegar. Feel free to give them a call to find out which apples are ready.
4.5 based on 10 reviews
I used to come here as a kid in the 70's and it was the place to be. It would be packed. Now that kids go more to Lake Lansing and Hawke Island, Burchfield seems to be forgotten. But if you don't like the crowds, this is the place to go. Clean, quiet, no crowds at all, pavilions, play ground and bring a picnic. Water is very clean too.
3.5 based on 2 reviews
Summer there is lots of motorcycles, from enthusiasts to clubs, but everyone is made welcome (even those who do not ride). They have live music on the weekends, Thursdays are cheapest drinks around, they have pool tables and offer a variety of specials from barbeque to tacos. Otherwise, it's a typical bar menu of burgers and fried foods in large portions. The owners, Chris and Christine Potter are amazingly attentive and they keep the atmosphere family-friendly. They sponsor many events and it has even been a wedding venue for some. They have a large wrap-around deck to accommodate smokers and bike watchers. It's always fun, whether just stopping in for a beer or dinner too!
4 based on 5 reviews
Island Park is an island just off downtown Eaton Rapids' business district. The island is access by a bridge. There is a gazebo and a civil war cannon. It is decorated with colored lights and figures during the December Holiday season. In addition there is a State of Michigan historical marker that denotes the island's interesting history.
4 based on 10 reviews
This was formerly the Charlotte Country Club, a private club. It is now a pay and play course. The course just opened, but it was in pretty good condition considering what the weather has been. The course is par-36 and measures 3310-yards from the black tees. There is one stream that runs across the course and crosses 4 fairways. Some sand bunkers, but not excessive. Just off I-69 at the Charlotte exit next to the Speedway Gas Station
4 based on 1 reviews
Stopped to read the historical marker and look at the First Presbyterian Church while in Dimondale. The history of the church is interesting, but is out done by the church. Worth stopping to see.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
I had not played Bonnie View in a number of years. A pay & play 9-hole course with 3 sets of tees. The red, white and blue tees are 2,644-, 3,125- and 3,191-yards. There is a little water and a few sand bunkers, but not enough to take the fun out of playing. It is challenging and a beautiful maintained course. The staff was great and price is reasonable.
4 based on 2 reviews
Red Ribbon Hall was built in 1878 as a temperance hall. It was affiliated with the "Red Ribbon" movement again drinking alcohol. The building then served as a cultural center, an opera house and for the last 91 years as a Masonic Hall. A beautiful building with a State of Michigan historical marker. Stop, read the sign and see the building which has stood for 137 years.
4 based on 2 reviews
A State of Michigan Historical Marker gives the story of Austin Blair the famous Michigan Civil War Governor. It tells of his connection with Eaton Rapids. It is very interesting reading. If you like history stop and read it.
4 based on 1 reviews
Tribute Park is located at the VFW National Home for children of fallen warriors. It located close to Waverly road. Noy very large, but moving. The pictures tell the story.
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