Consider lodging in a Dimondale, Michigan bed and breakfast when visiting Eaton County in the south central part of the state near Lansing. Isaac M. Dimond came to the area in 1848 and began to construct a dam on the Grand River where a grist mill was completed by 1856. Dimondale remains a quaint community of tree-lined streets and has retained some of its turn-of-the-century architecture on Main Street. With the Grand River nearby, you can enjoy canoeing and boating as well as hiking, biking, and horseback riding.
Dimondale is located a little over 9 miles from Lansing, the capital of Michigan and home to Michigan State University, the Michigan Historical Museum, the Greater Lansing Symphony Orchestra, and Impression 5 Science Museum. Lodging at a nearby B&B for special events at the school is a comfortable and convenient choice.
Regardless of your reason for visiting the Dimondale, MI area, make a reservation with a B&B member of the Southern Michigan Bed and Breakfast Association for a welcome change from traditional hotel accommodations.