Adults and kids now more than ever want to know the water they are drinking is safe and free of anything and everything that could make them sick. From pesticides and herbicides to waterborne viruses and micro plastics, there are many things lurking in tap water, lake water, and drinking fountain water. One of the easiest ways to get rid of water contaminates is by drinking water from a Grayl Geopress water bottle.
Most water bottles are just that: a container that holds water. Most water purifiers are cumbersome and hard to use. The Grayl Geopress water bottle is a water bottle and a water purifier in one bottle. In eight seconds, water can be filtered and is ready to drink.
The Grayl Geopress is perfect for people on the go who are traveling around the country on the globe, students on the go, or people who don’t like the taste of the tap water at the workplace. Going camping? The Grayl Geopress is perfect for that as well.
The filtering system utilizes a variety of media that trap pathogens, inorganic contaminants, heavy metals, and bacteria to produce safe, clean drinking water. Click here to read our complete review of the product or click this link to buy.
When things get busy in Grand Haven during the summer, you may want to escape to nearby Muskegon for a hike or bike ride along the lakeshore. One trail that hikers and bikers should explore is the Lakeshore Trail — it is 12 miles long and offers amazing views of Muskegon Lake and Lake Michigan. Hikers and bikers will get to walk or bike through the middle of the Muskegon Lake Nature Preserve. Best of all, the path is paved so it is great for hikers and bikers of all experience levels. The path has very few changes in elevation, so it is a perfect path for everyone.
Take A Hike At P.J. Hoffmaster State Park
For those looking for a great place to hike or camp that is close by, check out P.J. Hoffmaster park in Muskegon. This state park is only about 20 minutes from Grand Haven and offers some great hiking trails and a wonderful campground.