River Stop Cafe
Owner Robbin Faulkner has developed the River Stop Café from a tiny gourmet coffee house opened across the street in 1995
to its current location, originally opened in January of 2000.
The building was in a state of near-collapse when purchased in 1998.
After almost two years of blood, sweat, and tears from father and son team Ken & Scott Faulkner
restored the building to what you see now.
The River Stop building is in fact four full floors,
which includes a full rock-wall cellar & two upper floors all restored to their former glory.
Driftwood Bar and Grill
The Driftwood Bar and Grill is located on beautiful Croton Pond. Dine inside or outside on the deck. We specialize in good food and good service.
Michigan's Adventure Amusement Park & WildWater Adventure Water Park
Two Parks for the Price of One
Michigan's Adventure is Michigan's largest amusement and water park, featuring over 60 rides and attractions including our world-class wooden roller coaster, Shivering Timbers which is over 1 mile long and 125 feet tall. Experience six other great roller coasters, Corkscrew, Thunderhawk, Wolverine Wildcat, Mad Mouse, Zach’s Zoomer and Big Dipper. WildWater Adventure offers Beach Party, three wave pools, tube slides, body slides, Funnel of Fear and a family play area. Michigan's Adventure also offers thrill rides, and kiddie rides. Take a ride on Thunderhawk, Michigan’s first suspended looping roller coaster, RipCord, Grand Rapids, Go-Karts, Dodg'em Cars, Be-Bop Blvd, Timbertown Railway, and HydroBlaster. Food stands, miniature golf, games and gift shops round out a whole summer of fun for all ages.
Our web site offers tons of information on Michigan’s Adventure and WildWater Adventure, www.miadventure.com.
Muskegon Winter Sports Complex
The Muskegon Luge is one of four luge tracks in the United States and is considered the most publicly accessible. Although much smaller than the Olympic tracks in New York and Salt Lake City, the Muskegon track was designed with the public in mind. The track was designed by three time Olympian Frank Masley. The track consists of six curves and two starting areas, the public start for recreational “learn to luge” sliders and the other from the top for more experienced sliders from the Muskegon Luge Club. The track is operated and maintained by the Muskegon Winter Sports Complex with coaching of the public clinics and races handled by the luge club. The Muskegon Luge also serves as a grass roots training track for youth aspiring to join the US Junior National Team. Four time Olympian two time medallist Mark Grimmette got his start in the sport on the Muskegon Track.