West Michigan has a lot to offer. If you like the country, lakes or city life we have it all. Caledonia is located in southeastern Kent County, about 30 miles south of Grand Rapids. Like many other communities in western Michigan, the township was named after a city in New York in order to attract people there to move to Michigan. That seems to have finally taken hold because Caledonia is on the grow.Once a sleepy farming community, today Caledonia has become significantly linked with Grand Rapids as a commuter city. At the same time, it has also retained its distinctiveness and economic growth. Located in an area of rolling hills near Emmons Lake, Caledonia is an idyllic place to live, with a charming balance between country living and the rhythm of the city.People talk about it being a great place to raise a family and that their neighbors are not only friendly but helpful too. There is plenty to do in kid friendly Caledonia. There are parks, playgrounds, dance classes and nature walks. Most holidays offer up parades that encourage community participation. The schools are wonderful, and have lots of extra curricular activities.Part of the surrounding Grand Rapids - Muskegon - Holland metro area, the village is not isolated. Like many West Michigan people, after a short drive you can find yourself enjoying beautiful Lake Michigan beaches or if you are interested in the Arts, the Grand Rapids Art Museum, Van Andel Arena, Devos Hall and a whole slew of dining experiences are waiting just for you.After you’re done making the rounds, come back to Caledonia, your hometown.