Michigan Wolverines Football Team Will Be In Grand Haven in July
The Michigan Wolverines football team to have a gathering on the beach in Grand Haven later in July.
Michigan Wolverine Football
The Michigan Wolverines had an incredible 2021/2022 season. A big win over longtime rival Ohio State winning 42-27. Then a commanding victory in the Big Ten Championship game against Iowa 42-3.
The Wolverines made it all the way to the CFP Semifinal at the Orange Bowl against the Georgia Bulldogs. Unfortunately, Michigan lost that game 11-34 but it was their best season in years. Coach Jim Harbaugh and most of that team are still intact, so hopefully, they can bring Michigan fans another great season of football.
Michigan Wolverines and Grand Haven Beach
There is no better way to ready for a new football season than to have a team-building event where players can have their families join them in some good old fun on the beach.
The Michigan Wolverines have chosen to hold their annual "Family Fun Day" on the beach in Grand Haven on July 23. They must have a lot of fun at this event because they are bringing in their own security to help keep the crowd under control. You can't blame them for hiring their own security with future NFL players hanging out with their families.
Michigan Wolverine Family Fun Day
The Michigan Wolverine football team "Family Fun Day" is not a public event. It is exactly what it says it is, the players and their families enjoying a day together on the beach in West Michigan, so if you are getting the idea of going on there, respect the players and their families during their private time together.
Now we all know that the beach in Grand Haven is open to the public but that doesn't mean you have a right to disturb people who are in a group.
According to WOOD-TV, because Grand Haven's beach is public the city council is not allowing any barricades or roped-off areas to be set up.
The permit submitted by the Michigan Wolverines to have their event at Grand Haven beach was approved. There was one person who did vote against the event and that was the Grand Haven Interim City Mayor Ashley Latsch. No word if she is a Michigan State fan or an Ohio State Buckeye fan but you can decide that at the polls.