A small town located in western Michigan. It is best know for for being the conservative stronghold of Ottawa County, and the Lemon family. The towns most notable accomplishment is Coopersville's 68th. Avenue being voted National Geographic's "Smelliest Stretch of Road" in 2006-2011 due to the fact that it runs between a landfill that smells as if it was built on top of an inland lake, and a functioning cow farm. The town is active in the agriculture industry, that the town decide to construct the Coopersville Farming Museum in 2009. In the unlikely event that you wish to visit the Farming Museum, a visit to Coopersville High School will make for an appropriate substitute. It will offer the same smells and information, as well as wide array of teenage males that still think that show Beavis and Butthead and The Blue Collar Comedy Tour are hilarious.
Welcome to Coopersville! The only thing worse than the smell is our love for George Bush and lack of diversity!
A small town in West Michigan that has one bar, one post office, a pizza joint, and a sort of famous racetrack- the Berlin Raceway. Not all that live here are potheads or hicks- just simple folk that tend to like the quiet countryside around them.
And no one cares that "the great" Berto-whatever lives here. It is however, the home town of Johnny Benson- the not so great race car driver.
Ya know- Marne. Rhymes with Barn... The highway exits between the Coopersville dump and Grand Rapids.