Come Join us Wednesday, June 12, 2013 for a night of fun!Would You Like To Know More?
It's the Downtown Mt. Pleasant Car Show featuring local car collectors and the popular Back to the Bricks Car tour from Flint.
So come and watch as Mount Pleasant is the final stop in the Back to the Bricks Lakeshore to Lakeshore Tour.
For more information or to register your car call: 989 772 4433
Uncover all the lodging opportunities Mount Pleasant has to offer.Would You Like To Know More?
Hotels, Motels, and distinctive Bed and Breakfasts; these fantastic accommodations can help you break away from your daily routine and relax.
Discover the sweet center of Pure Michigan.
Whether coming for a business meeting, a baseball tournament, or bringing a bus group, the staff at the CVB is here to help put the Wow! back into your next event.Would You Like To Know More?
Generations of students have known Central Michigan University as a large university with a smaller college feel and a focus on student engagement and learning. Today CMU educates more than 26,000 students annually, making it one of Michigan's largest universities.Be our guest and fill your stay in Mount Pleasant with excitement and fun.Would You Like To Know More?
The Chippewa River is a stream in Michigan that runs 91.8 miles through the central Lower Peninsula. The Chippewa is a tributary of the Tittabawassee River and is named after the Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Nation.
The Chippewa River flows through Mt. Pleasant and is the focal point of five parks in the city: Riverside Park, Millpond Park, Nelson Park, Chipp-A-Water, and Island Park. In Island Park, the river flows completely around the park and creates a natural island in the center of the city. Three additional Isabella County parks utilize the river for recreation: Meridian Park, Deerfield Nature Park, and Majeski Landing.
The Chippewa River is perfect for a leisurely trip on the water. Canoeing, tubing, and kayaking are favorite past times of residents, students, and visitors to the area.
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