Grand Ledge

Water_tower_in_Grand_Ledge,_MIGrand Ledge is a town of just under 8,000 people, which sits directly west of downtown Lansing. Grand Ledge is named and known for the 300-million-year-old ledges that rise up from the Grand River which runs through the heart of the town (River and Ledges). Grand Ledge may be known to many for the ledges, but this town has had a long and interesting history, and throughout its history has been known for much more than just its ledges.

GL DowntownFrom clay factories, to making furniture, becoming a resort town, and even producing a Michigan Governor, Grand Ledge has seen its fair share of change since Henry Trench, the man who settled the land which is now downtown Grand Ledge (Early Timeline).