Review Grand Junction, Michigan in Van-buren

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Grand Junction, Michigan in Van-buren

County Road 388


Michigan,United-states - 49026

Frequently Asked Questions About This Location

Qus: 1).what is the mode of payment accepted ?

Ans: Cash , Credit Card and Wallets

Qus: 2).Do they have Global Plus code for this location?

Ans: Yes . Plus code is created for all the location by . Plus code for this location is 86JMCW3G+MQ.

Qus: 3).What is the Latitude & Longtitude Of the location?

Ans: Latitude of the location is 42.4042 Longtitude of the location is - -86.0731

Qus: 4).What does the local business do?

Ans: Columbia Township is a civil township of Van Buren County in the U.S. state of Michigan. The population was 2,714 at the 2000 census.Columbia Township is a largely rural area with many farms. It is also home to several lakes with a significant percentage of the population living on them, frequently retirees from Chicago. Many summer lake cottages are owned by families with roots in the Chicago area.CommunitiesThere are three settlements in the township, none of them large.Breedsville is the only incorporated village, located in the southwest part of the township.Columbia was an unincorporated community platted in 1870. Grand Junction unincorporated, although it has a larger business district than Breedsville, is located in the northwest part of the township. It is so named because it is located at the junction of two railroad lines, though only one now survives. It was first settled by David Young in the fall of 1869 and platted on December 8, 1871Berlamont is an unincorporated crossroads community that straddles the eastern township boundary with Bloomingdale Township. It was formerly known as "Bear Lake Mills" and was a station on the now-defunct railroad between Bloomingdale and Grand Junction. It was centered around a sawmill built in 1857 by H. Anderson and Amos S. Brown. The Kal-Haven Trail State Park goes through Columbia Township in an east-west direction, passing through both Berlamont and Grand Junction. The midpoint of the Kal-Haven trail is located in Bloomingdale.