Big Rapids

Big Rapids Dispensary
Closed for Renovations

Big Rapids is home to our flagship Lucky’s Community Cannabis Co. recreational marijuana dispensary. It’s located at 120 S. Michigan Avenue Suite B on the 2nd Floor, in the heart of the downtown business district.

Big Rapids radiates warmth with its vintage brick buildings scattered throughout downtown, filled with shops, boutiques, restaurants and pubs. The city is compact, walkable and welcoming.

The Muskegon River runs through Big Rapids, and it has long been a focal point of the community with Riverwalk. It’s a 3.2-mile linear park and accessible trail that begins at Hemlock Park and features public art, playgrounds, sports fields, picnic areas and fishing spots.

Big Rapidians enjoy easy access to The Fred Meijer White Pine Trail State Park which is excellent for cycling or hiking in the warm months and snowmobiling in the winter. The 92-mile trail extends from Comstock Park near Grand Rapids to Cadillac and Big Rapids is the perfect stopping-off point. In addition, the 6500 acre Hungerford Recreation Area has horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, and skiing trails. There are campsites too. Look for the Hungerford Games trail races each September.

Big Rapids and Ferris State University are deeply connected. The city and the university have grown together and supported each other since the school’s founding in 1884. With its 14,000 students, Ferris is well-known for its football and ice hockey programs, and on the academic side, it’s where many Michigan pharmacists earned their degrees. The Michigan Board of Pharmacy accredited the pharmacy program in 1893. Also of interest is the University’s Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia, a one-of-a-kind collection inside the FLITE Library on the Ferris campus.

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About Lucky’s Big Rapids Dispensary Building

Our historical landmark building is one of Ferris State University’s first homes! Mr. Woodbridge N. Ferris, who founded the school in 1884, conducted his very first night classes of what was at that time the Ferris Industrial School in our building from 1884 to 1885. Mr. Ferris kept notes and gave us this clue. “Later in autumn I opened a night school which commanded the favorable attention of clerical workers. Because my accommodations were inadequate, I made arrangements for the third floor of the Northern National Bank Building, now Citizens State Bank Building, on Michigan Avenue. The Masons had occupied this floor for several years and were getting ready to occupy the second and third floors of the Harwood Block, just across the street. I had some difficulty in securing these rooms because the Masons did not believe that the Ferris Industrial School could long survive.” Our building still features Masonic roots. We’re preserving the original theater space and plan to bring it back as a venue. There’s an original banquet hall that we’re looking at renovating for weddings, receptions, and other special events. We’re dreaming big, like Mr. Ferris, and one day we’ll have a cannabis social consumption area on the third floor.

Closed for Renovations

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