Caledonia TWP Hall

The Caledonia Township Hall is located at 6461 Gillard Road, Spruce, MI.

For hall rentals, please contact our custodian. Their contact information’s is on our (Your Board) page

Caledonia Township Hall is available to rent for meetings, trade shows & parties, and has a capacity of 225. Caledonia Township hall has ample room for your next event or get together.   The large floor area also includes a stage and bar area.  The bathrooms have recently been remodeled and include a handicap bathroom. The large kitchen area provides plenty of work space, a 3 basin and a hand sink, 10 burner, commercial gas stove, 2 ovens, a large refrigerator and a serving bay.
There is a large paved parking area, handicap designated parking spots and handicap ramps.

Please Visit our Forms Page to Download our Rental Application

North End Park

Come on out to the north end park for some Hunting, Fishing & Boating.

Please Review our Park Rules on the Forms Page

Downhill Sledding Park

Located Just East of Spruce, MI. on the Corner of Spruce and Olson Rds. This township owned property was once a public gravel pit, it was closed in the early 70’s.   It sat unused until 2020 when the board approved the idea of creating a public sledding area.   In 2021 several local businesses, community members and board members volunteered to clean up, landscape and transform the property as well as donate items such as sleds, benches and a fire pit. It is a bowl surrounded by trees and which protects sledders from the wind.   There are many different hills.  There is an area with Benches and a bonfire ring.  There is a sled shack with sleds available for public use.  We always welcome the donation of sleds to the Sled Shack.


Please View our Cemetery Guidelines on our Forms Page

To view our Cemetery Cards, please click here

Adopt a Grave Program at Pleasant View Cemetery in Spruce Mi

Adopting a grave is a promise to visit the grave periodically and take care of it. Light maintenance such as clearing weeds, raking leaves, picking up sticks, tidying graves, and letting us know if the stone has been damaged.

Adopt a Grave gives an opportunity to those of us who would like to tend to a historic grave site and pay our respects in a symbolically creative way. The purpose of this initiative is to honor those who have died, and to encourage interest in our legacy and history.

There are no legal obligations around adopting a grave, we just ask that you tend to the grave you have adopted.

To pick a grave, visit the cemetery, when you find one that interests you, please get in touch with the Sexton.  You can then discuss which grave, your contact info, the term of the adoption, and complete your adoption. If you decide to extend your adoption beyond the terms the sexton will be happy to discuss this with you as well.

We also ask that you follow the guidelines set forth in our Cemetery Ordinance while tending to your newly adopted grave.  This ordinance can be found on the forms page of our website.

To adopt a grave please feel free to contact:

 Cindy Smith Pleasant View Cemetery Sexton 989 464 2161