Enjoy a Greenville, Michigan bed and breakfast and immerse yourself in this town’s unique history. Located in the southwest region, Greenville has a strong Danish heritage. The town was founded in 1844 by John Green, and as a result of the Danish man’s positive remarks about Green’s Village (as it was then called) in letters home, many people of Danish origin came and took up residence in the area. This heritage is celebrated through the town’s yearly Danish Festival, celebrated on the third weekend in August, drawing more than 75,000 people.
Though the Danish roots are strong, you will find much diversity and excitement in this area. If you love the outdoors you will find much to do as you explore the nine-mile-long Fred Meijer Flat River Trail. Tower Park has wonderful sledding hills, mountain bike trails, and three lakes for you to enjoy. There is a vibrant downtown shopping district as well as two museums that celebrate the town’s history.
Consider a bed and breakfast inn as an alternative to Greenville, MI hotels during your time here. The Michigan Lake to Lake Bed and Breakfast Association will help you find the perfect place to stay.