The Kalamazoo Bucket List: 21 Things You Have To Do If You Live in Kalamazoo
Many bucket lists include things like travelling the world, swimming with sharks and skydiving. There are plenty of great things to do right here in Southwest Michigan; these are the 21 things you have to do if you live in Kalamazoo.
The downtown site of many outdoor festivals and events. It's not officially Summer unless you visit at least once.
With so many incredible breweries, it's impossible to pick out a favorite. Make up your own Kalamazoo pub crawl.
26.2 miles takes you all over the city
Rock, pop, blues, jazz, comedy or country- whatever your pleasure, there's probably a live show on the calendar at Kalamazoo State Theatre.
Ski, tube, fish or just float, you'll enjoy the beautiful water and spectacular houses on Gull Lake in Richland.
There are rumors it is haunted. Sleep well.
So many great productions take the stage here and there is so much talent in our town.
Even ESPN came to town for a game in 2016.
Lots of places to see on the water.
Once a year you can get into places that are usually closed to the public.
Travel 33.5 miles from Kalamazoo to South Haven on a trail that used to be railroad tracks.
There's only one.
Hickory Corners is home to automotive history.
Truly a unique attraction, the Air Zoo draws aviation fans from afar.
Mayors Riverfront Park is home to Growlers baseball.
The first Friday of every month is the time to get to downtown Kalamazoo for Art Hop.
This silly, unique event kicks off the Summer festival season in downtown Kalamazoo.
One of the first microbreweries, Bell's continues to invest and grow in Kalamazoo.
Water Street and Black Owl are favorite java shop stops.
It seems like there is at least one event and cause to choose from every single weekend from early Spring to late Fall. Kalamazoo is a runner's town.
Kalamazoo Speedway is the fastest 5/8 mile paved track in the world.