About Grand Junction
The community of Grand Junction was located at the junction of two railroad lines when it was settled in 1869. Only one rail line remains, but the community continues to thrive with blueberry farms and horse stables.
Located in Columbia Township in southwest Michigan, Grand Junction is largely rural with farms and lakes. The community is popular with Chicagoans who want to enjoy quiet lakeside living.
Local businesses cater to families and visitors with wagon rides, playgrounds, gem mining and gift shops. A wide variety of produce is grown and picked here, from strawberries, blueberries and peaches to pumpkins, asparagus and corn. Local farms and bakeries offer fresh baked goods as well.
The Kal-Haven Trail State Park runs through Columbia Township, passing through Grand Junction.
Students attend schools in nearby communities including Bloomington and Bangor.