Luxurious Wheelchair-Accessible Vacation Rental Perfect for Groups near Grand Rapids, MichiganGrand Rapids, Michigan (United States of America)
Luxurious Wheelchair-Accessible Vacation Rental Perfect for Groups near Grand Rapids, Michigan
This is a completely renovated home, was designed with the vacationer in mind. With handicap accessible features, heated pool, sand volleyball and basketball court, our goal was to make it an environment for all - the ultimate family getaway, starting with the little ones to our dearest eldest. The accommodation not decorated or stocked like the typical vacation rental but prepped as if guests were staying at a friend's house and is more like a home away from home.
- 1 King-size bed
- 4 Queen-size beds
- 3 Double beds
- 3 Twin/Single beds
- 3 Bunk beds
- 2 Extra Beds
- 1 Child's bed
- 2 Cribs
- 2 Air mattresses
- Private Outdoor pool
- Air conditioning
- Washing machine
- Private Barbecue
Check-in: From 04:00 PM
Check out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
Open fires allowed
Minimum age to rent: 21
Families traveling with children are welcome. Weddings, parties, and other events are not permitted on the property without prior approval by the host.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Grand Rapids, Michigan (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Horseback riding
- Wine tasting
Home to fantastic outdoor recreation, guests will surely want to spend most of their days in Grand Rapids outside, soaking up the fresh air of Pure Michigan.
For a day spent on the water, glampers should venture to Grand River, the longest river in the state, and one that boasts many activities. From salmon, steelhead, and walleye fishing, to boarding the Grand Lady Riverboat for a steamboat tour of the river, to renting kayaks, canoes, and/or venturing out in a boat, Grand River offers a unique look into the history of the area along with the beautiful nature that composes it.
In conjunction with the Grand River, a day of family fun is sure to be had at Millennium Park, where guests can swim in the sparkling, crystal clear man-made lake, sunbathe on the sandy six-acre beach, enjoy lunch from the concession stand at nearby picnic tables, and rent kayaks, paddle-boats, and stand-up paddle-boards to take out on the water. Parents can also let their children splash about in the water park at the Mehney Splashpad, where sprayers, buckets of water, and stationed splashers will soak their kids with not only water but also fantastic memories of a sunny summer in Michigan. For adventurous guests, Millennium Park also offers access to 18 miles of paved trails that lead guests along the Grand River, with other lakes and ponds visible on the way, as well.
Glampers should be sure to stop by one of the most well-known spots in Grand Rapids, Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park. The 158-acre botanical garden and outdoor sculpture park is now recognized internationally for the beauty it possesses. Guests are likely to spend hours wandering the gardens and the conservatory.
Golfing and biking are two highly encouraged activities in Grand Rapids, as well, since the city is home to fantastic mountains trails and sleek courses.