Corporate offices in Grand Rapids help serve nearly 50 branches spread out across Michigan and Southwest Florida. Our branches can be found in Kalamazoo, Grand Rapids, Holland, Grand Haven and Traverse City. LMCU has a presence in the Saginaw area, Detroit’s northern suburbs and southwestern Florida.
The Great Lake State Enchants
With over 3,100 miles of Great Lakes shoreline, blue-ribbon trout rivers and streams, countless inland lakes and natural wonders unmatched in the upper Midwest, west Michigan is the gateway to boundless recreational and cultural possibilities. It’s a great place to visit, and an even better place to live.
Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, its “wild side,” lies just 4 hours north of Grand Rapids. Known for fabulous fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, canoeing, kayaking and hiking, the UP’s charm is decidedly “off the beaten path.” From historic Mackinac Island and spectacular Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, to the Keweenaw “Copper Country,” Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is an adventure in the truest sense.
Voted one of the Top 10 cities to live in, Grand Rapids positively hums with vitality. ‘Beer City USA’ is big enough to host major sporting, music and art events, but small enough to win hearts, GR’s energetic vibe resonates with all who live, work or play here.
With endless sugar-sand beaches and all the recreational opportunities that come with them, the “big water” defines west Michigan. This is the sunset side of the state, and it simply does not get more breathtaking than this.
Part of northern lower Michigan’s “Gold Coast,” Traverse City draws visitors from all over the country. Home to the sheltered waters of Big and Little Traverse Bays, this is wine country, maritime history and cherry heaven combined.
Naples and surrounding regions are situated on the beautiful golden Gulf coast and is known for high-end shopping and golf courses. The Naples Pier, first erected in 1888, is the city’s symbol, and is a popular fishing and dolphin-spotting destination. It’s flanked by miles of beaches with calm waters and fine white “sugar” sand, including those at Clam Pass Park and Delnor-Wiggins Pass State Park to name a few.