Less than 30 minutes from Lansing and Battle Creek, Bellevue, Michigan is classic Michigan with pure natural beauty. The Village of Bellevue and the Township of Bellevue began a joint effort in 2004 to develop a 10 year master plan for the area. Visit often and watch the restoration and transformation of this historic Michigan town.
On your first drive through Bellevue you will probably be struck by the wonderful old homes and the excellent care they receive. A farmers market, car show, antique tractor show and Sandhill crane festival are a few of the events that add to the quality of life in Bellevue. Bellevue Michigan was first in Eaton County and is still leading in Michigan. With Master Plan in place, Bellevue is creating its own future.
The historic lime kiln on the edge of town speaks of the long lime production heritage here. The lime processed in Bellevue, Michigan was used in the construction of the capitol building.
Daniel LaPoint Jr and Eric Witzke could feel it in their bones that they have found something extraordinary when their digging tools unearthed a grey skeleton in a Bellevue, Michigan backyard. Mastadon Bones