We had planned to spend the day in Norton Shores, Michigan, north of Detroit on the Michigan side of the Detroit River. We took Craig Cruisers for a day of fishing, kayaking and a visit to the Great Lakes National Wildlife Refuge in Michigan.
There was a baker making a killer cherry strudel and looking like the cheese lady who was also clearing out a downtown shop window. We tried out a few of the local bakeries in Norton Shores, like the one on Main Street, and there was even a bakery on the corner of Main and Main, with a wide selection of bakery products.
If you prefer to pick up a sandwich, you can order online to pick it up, or if you prefer to order a delivery, simply order online through the Jimmy John's app. We have chosen one of the places in Norton Shores today where we can eat a delicious sandwich, and we will bring you more information about the sandwich and other local restaurants and bakeries in the area.
If you want to spend a day in the sun, head to the Muskegon River, where you can rent canoes and canoes so your family can swim down the river in peace. Take a trip to downtown Muskesgon, where we find a variety of breweries and restaurants to enjoy.
Over a little over 4 miles, visitors to Cannon Township Trail can experience a variety of landscapes. A few miles away is Lake Harbor Park, which has a small lake with its own beach, Mona Lake. There are also many state parks, including the state's largest public beach access, located in the city of Muskegon, where you can find a wide range of public beaches as well as some private beaches.
The Grand River Edges Trail passes through the town of Muskegon, a few miles south of Lake Harbor Park. The city also offers Mona Shores Public Beach, the largest public beach in the state of Michigan, with a wide range of public and private beaches. On the east side of the river, connected to Freeland Park, you can also walk or cycle along the Great Lakes State Park Trail.
Conveniently located amenities and interesting attractions are a great way to enjoy Norton Shores continuously and regularly. If you know that there are plenty of amenities and activities, you can always have access to a wide range of activities, from shopping and dining to leisure and recreational activities.
We make homemade tuna salad from scratch and puree hot cherry peppers with fresh buttermilk to make Kickin 'Ranch. We also offer a wide selection of hot dogs, hamburgers, sandwiches, salads and more. If you need catering, we will do it for you as soon as it is set up and we are ready to go.
Jimmy John's at Norton Shores only prepares the freshest ingredients and uses the best sandwiches, hot dogs, hamburgers, sandwiches and salads in the area. We use everything - natural, high-quality meat and weigh and cut every portion to perfection every day. All vegetables are hand cut and delivered fresh from our JimmyJohn's store or purchased locally. That's why we spend six hours cutting, cutting and baking slices in just 30 seconds or less to make delicious sandwiches.
The large deck is the perfect place to sit in the morning in a peaceful setting and enjoy your coffee. When I grew up on damp summer nights, my mother packed dinner. And we would have a picnic, followed by a dip in Lake Michigan to cool off. Combine ripe tomatoes with crisp, shredded salad and you're on top of a real Hellmann's mayo when the magic happens. The owner said: 'I'm a big fan of hot dogs, hamburgers and sandwiches at Jimmy John's in Norton Shores.
At home you will find many games, puzzles, movies and books that will keep you entertained throughout the holiday. We offer many of them, so the best part of your holiday is laughing, playing with the family and also the peace of reading a good book. As a child I grew up in Putter Creek Causeway in North Muskegon and I'm a big fan of Norton Shores beach.
The Kent Trail offers transport and access to nature through a well maintained trail system. The East-West Trail follows a power corridor from Kentwood, Michigan, to Kentwood, Michigan. The Grand Haven Waterfront Trail is a 2.5-mile trail from the water to the Great Lakes coast.
With a 75 out of 100 living standards score, Norton Shores ranks fifth out of 5,023,129 and has an average household income of $114,100. This is important to consider, because it can serve as a key factor in deciding whether a new home purchase will be a sound investment in the future. The rate of increase in the value of a NortonShores home has been 14.1% over the past 12 months. There is a 5-year appreciation of 8%, so this is real.