Slather on the sunscreen and treat the kiddos to some splash pad and waterpark fun!
Downtown Holland Splash Pad 99 E. Eighth St., Holland Open 10 a.m.–10 p.m.
City of Zeeland Splash Pad Park South Elm St.,, Zeeland Mon.–Sat., 9 a.m.–9 p.m.; Sun., Noon–9 p.m.
Grand Haven Splash Pad 101 N. Harbor Drive, Grand Haven
Muskegon Splash Pad 285 W. Western Ave. Out of order at time of publication.
Wildwater Adventure at Michigan’s Adventure 4750 Whitehall Road, Muskegon
Be informed, it could save your life! Rip and structural currents, high waves and other dangerous currents and wave conditions can occur in the Great Lakes along beaches, near the outlets of rivers and near structures such as piers and breakwalls. The beach flag warning system is in place to help you stay safe in the water.
Red Flag = STOP Stay on the beach, do not enter the water and do not swim.
Yellow Flag = CAUTION Watch for dangerous currents and high waves.
Green Flag = GO Enter the water but stay aware of changing conditions.
Urban St. magazine is distributed to residents and visitors of the lakeshore communities of Holland, Zeeland, Grand Haven, Spring Lake, Saugatuck, Douglas, Fennville, Muskegon, Nunica, Port Sheldon and West Olive at numerous pick-up locations including attractions, retailers, restaurants, hotels and salons/spas.