The Grand Haven Michigan American Legion

We invite you to visit our American Legion post in Grand Haven Michigan. We have a full service lounge and stunning new deck to enjoy the stunning view of Grand Haven and the Grand River. Your membership and volunteerism in our organization can make a difference for all Americans. We invite you to join us in our efforts to support our active military and assist our veterans who have given so much for our freedoms.

The Grand Haven American Legion Charles A. Conklin, Michigan Post #28


Welcome to the Grand Haven American Legion Charles A. Conklin, Michigan Post #28, website. The Grand Haven Michigan American Legion Charles A. Conklin Michigan Post #28 is an organization committed to serving our veterans, their families, and our community. The Grand Haven Michigan American Legion Charles A. Conklin Michigan Post #28 is a vibrant, thriving post that hosts several yearly events providing resources and activities for both veterans and the local community.


The Charles A. Conklin Post #28 is located on the Grand River, Grand Haven, Michigan serving the surrounding area including Spring Lake and Ferrysburg Michigan. Our organization was founded on the premise that all those serving in the United States Armed Forces during times of national crisis, regardless of place of service, are eligible to belong to The American Legion. Our membership is based on period of service, not place of service. Therefore, if you have served at least one day of "active duty" during the eligibility dates, are presently serving in the military or have been honorably discharged, you may become a member. Our organization is comprised of Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine, Coast Guard veterans and active duty members. Certain members of the Merchant Marines are also eligible for the American Legion if they served overseas during World War II through the Vietnam War. For details, prospective members should contact the Legion Post Adjutant or download the membership application and mail it to the post.

About Post #28

The Charles A. Conklin Post #28 is located on the Grand River, Grand Haven, Michigan serving the surrounding area including Spring Lake and Ferrysburg Michigan. Our organization was founded on the premise that all those serving in the United States Armed Forces during times of national crisis, regardless of place of service, are eligible to belong to The American Legion. Our membership is based on period of service, not place of service. Therefore, if you have served at least one day of "active duty" during the eligibility dates, are presently serving in the military or have been honorably discharged, you may become a member. Our organization is comprised of Army, Navy, Air Force, Marine, Coast Guard veterans and active duty members. Certain members of the Merchant Marines are also eligible for the American Legion if they served overseas during World War II through the Vietnam War. For details, prospective members should contact the Legion Post Adjutant or download the membership application and mail it to the post.

Hall Rental

Rent one of our two halls for your next special occasion! For more information click here.

Visit the Lounge!

We have a full service lounge and stunning deck to enjoy the view of Grand Haven and the Grand River. For more information click here.

Post Officers

To see a list of the post's officers, click here.

Honor Guard

For more information about the Honor Guard, click here.

Grand Haven American Legion Charles A. Conklin, Michigan Post #28.

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