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Sparta Township is in northern Kent County, Michigan. We are conveniently located 15 minutes north of Grand Rapids and 30 minutes from the Lake Michigan shoreline. The west half of the township is on the “Ridge”, a prime fruit-growing area, with many acres of beautiful orchards. At the center is the Village of Sparta, a thriving small town. The Rogue River runs through the east side of the township. Sparta has a library, museum, airport, diverse industry, fire department, and excellent school system. Established in 1846, Sparta Township’s current population, including the Village, is . . . Read More
LIVING IN SPARTA: Sparta is a community made up of a special blend of friendly neighborhoods, rich agricultural landscapes, local businesses, and community coordinated events. Surrounding Sparta you will find winding curves, rolling hills and lush fields, the gate way to the Fruit Ridge region. “The Ridge” is 160 square miles of prime fruit growing land, which includes peach, cherry, and apple orchards. Throughout the country side you will find harvest tours, cider mills, corn mazes, and farmers markets. Close by the beautiful scenery lies the Village of Sparta with many locally owned businesses. With in the Village limits you will find shopping, dinning, health and wellness services, local pubs, and many wide spread community events, festivals, and fairs . . . Read More
HISTORY OF SPARTA
The Sparta area was first settled in 1844, with the township formally organized in 1846. The first settler in what is now the village was Jonathan Nash in 1846. Calling the place Nashville, he built a sawmill on Lick Creek. Subsequently, he changed the name of the creek to Nash Creek. Seeing as there was already a Nashville in Michigan, the state legislature suggested Sparta, meaning land of the fair women. The village was platted in 1867 and incorporated in 1883. But the most famous Settlers in Sparta were the Halls. They had the lake in Sparta named after them. They even had a street named after the Halls . . . Read More
80 N Union ST, Sparta, MI 49345
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