Grand Valley State Women's Lacrosse Camp
Facilities and Directions
Grand Valley State University is located 12 miles from Downtown Grand Rapids and 15 miles from Lake Michigan. As the first NCAA Division II women's lacrosse program in Michigan the Lakers are looking to help the sport of lacrosse grow throughout the Midwest. With our outstanding facilities campers of all ages will have no problems improving their lacrosse skills each summer.
Visit our Facilities page on our Athletic Site!
From Holland: US-31 North to M-45 (Lake Michigan Drive). Turn right (east) on M-45 and go approximately 12 miles to GVSU entrance. Approximately 25 miles from Holland.
From Muskegon: I-96 East to Coopersville (Exit 16). Turn left on 68th Avenue and go approximately six miles. Turn left (East) on M-45 (Lake Michigan Drive) and approximately three miles to the GVSU entrance. Approximately 35 miles from Muskegon.
From Detroit/Lansing: I-96 West to I-196 West (Gerald R. Ford Freeway) through downtown Grand Rapids to Lake Michigan Drive, Exit #75 (M-45). Take Lake Michigan Drive (M-45) approximately 10 miles to campus. Detroit is approximately 170 miles from GVSU. Lansing is approximately 83 miles from GVSU.
From Kalamazoo: US-131 North to the Holland/I-196 West(Gerald R. Ford Freeway). Exit westbound on I-196 to the Lake Michigan Drive, Exit #75. Follow Lake Michigan Drive (M-45) west approximately 10 miles to the main campus entrance. Kalamazoo is approximately 59 miles from GVSU.
From Northern Michigan: US-131 South to I-196 West. I-196 west to Lake Michigan Drive, Exit #75 (M-45). Take M-45 approximately 10 miles to campus. Traverse City is approximately 150 miles from GVSU.
From Chicago: I-94 East to I-196/US-31 (Exit 34) at Benton Harbor. Take I-196 toward Grand Rapids. Take US-31, (Exit 44), North to M-45 (Lake Michigan Drive). Turn right (East) on M-45 and go approximately 12 miles to the entrance of GVSU. Approximately 169 miles from Chicago. PLEASE
NOTE: Michigan is one hour ahead of Illinois. Robinson field is located East of the golf course and south of campus drive.
Click here to see Map of Campus ()