Fairy Forest of Grass Lake Village

The Fairy Forest of Grass Lake Village is a place for families to experience magic! The owners want you to know that it is a place for everyone, the fairies included. Visitors come from all different places to see the fairy houses and experience their beauty. It’s the perfect place to escape the house, while social distancing, to experience a little magical fun! 


Photo from Fairy Forest of Grass Lake Facebook Page.

The owners of the Fairy Forest were happy to give us a little more history on this special place. According to the owners, the Fairy Forest of Grass Lake Village was started about five years ago and every season brings new additions. There is so much magic to experience here, from small villages, to Gnomeland, fun photo opportunities and places to relax. One of the owners favorites are the light up houses that you can look inside for extra magic. Every time The Fairy Forest of Grass Lake Village grows to the max they find a way to add more.

Location and Hours

Fairy Forest can be found at 153 N. Lake St. in Grass Lake, Michigan. You can find more information on Google Maps and Facebook.

The Fairy Forest is open from 9 am- 9pm. However the owners want you to know that if you bring a flashlight, it never really closes! They do shut the lights off around 9pm in the winter but remain on later in the summer so more can enjoy! Parking is FREE and available in the carwash parking lot or on the grass out front.

What to Expect

According to the owners of the Fairy Forest of Grass Lake you can expect the following. A safe fun place for your kids. There are benches available to sit on, fur babies are welcome, and it is stroller and wheelchair accessible. The Fairy Forest is well equipped for your family! You can stay as long as you like, pop in for a quick visit, or stay and enjoy the day.

They change the Fairy Forest around as the seasons change. It has been decorated for Christmas, Valentine’s Day, and more. In addition to all the fun this spring you can expect to see Easter eggs hung from the trees and near the fairy houses.

Looking for more fairy fun? Head here to get the details on how to create your very own fairy house


  1. Hi there! Thinking of making a drive to see this place (my kids love fairy gardens) – any idea what the closest Metroparks or state parks are?


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