Located halfway between Kalamazoo and Grand Rapids, Circle Pines is secluded, yet only one half hour from interstate highways and 45 minutes from two airports.

Directions
Circle Pines Center;
8650 Mullen Rd; Delton, MI 49046-9751
(269) 623-5555

From the Chicago area and others points Southwest of CPC:
From Detroit, Ann Arbor, Ohio and other points Southeast of CPC:
From US 131, North or South:
From Grand Rapids and others points North of CPC, via M37:
From Lansing, Flint and other points Northeast of CPC:

From the Chicago area and others points Southwest of CPC:
Take I-94 East to Kalamazoo, MI, and go to exit 80, Sprinkle Road. Turn left on Sprinkle Road and go about 5 miles to Gull Road, a.k.a. M43. Turn Right on Gull Road/M43 and go about 5 miles to the town of Richland. There M43 curves to the right, then turns to the left at the traffic light. Follow this route and continue on M43 for another 10 miles to the town of Delton. As you go through Delton, look for the Family Fare Store and school on your left. Turn left on Delton Road (just past the school) and go 2.5 miles to Prairieville. Turn right on Norris Road at the 4-way stop in Prairieville and go 5 miles. Turn right on Mullen Road (which is 1 mile past Keller Road). Circle Pines is the first driveway on the left. Park and come in the big white house.

From Detroit, Ann Arbor, Ohio and other points Southeast of CPC:
Take I-94 West towards Kalamazoo and get off at exit 85, 35th Street. Turn right on 35th and go 1 mile to the traffic light at M96. Turn left on M96 and go .75 mile to 33rd Street. Turn right on 33rd and go about 3 miles to the stop sign at G Avenue. As you go across G Avenue, 33rd becomes 32nd Street. Continue on for another 3 miles to the town of Richland. (Please slow down to 25 mph at the edge of town, as they watch this speed zone carefully). As you go straight through the traffic light, 32nd also becomes M43. Take M43 about 10 miles to the town of Delton. As you go through Delton, look for the Family Fare Store and school on your left. Turn left on Delton Road (just past the school) and go 2.5 miles to Prairieville. Turn right on Norris Road at the 4-way stop in Prairieville and go 5 miles. Turn right on Mullen Road (which is 1 mile past Keller Road). Circle Pines is the first driveway on the left. Park and come in the big white house.

From US 131, North or South:
Take US 131 to exit 61, Hopkins/Bradley/Hastings/Gun Lake Casino/Yankee Springs Recreation Area. Turn East (from the south, turn right, from the north turn left) on M179. Go east for about 11 miles, to the 4th 4-way stop, which is Yankee Springs Road. Turn right on Yankee Springs Road (which becomes Norris Road) and go 5 miles. Turn left on Mullen Road (just past the S-curve and big power lines). Circle Pines is the first driveway on the left (north). Park and come in the big white house.

From Grand Rapids and others points North of CPC, via M37:
Take M37 South through Caledonia and Middleville. 2 miles past Middleville, when M37 curves to the left, go straight on Yankee Springs Road. Go 3 miles to 4-way stop (M179 a.k.a. Chief Noonday Road). Go straight on Yankee Springs Road (which becomes Norris Road) for 5 more miles. Turn left on Mullen Road (just past the S-curve and big power lines). Circle Pines is the first driveway on the left. Park and come in the big white house.

From Lansing, Flint and other points Northeast of CPC:
Take M43 West from Lansing to Hastings. (M43 jogs at M66, turn left, go 2 miles, then right). In Hastings, M43 turns right at traffic light and combines with M37. Follow this route and go about 2-3 miles to the edge of town. When M37 turns to the right, go straight on M43. Very shortly after this, M43 curves to the left. At this point go straight on M179 toward Bradley and Yankee Springs Recreation Area. Go about 6 miles to 4-way stop which is Yankee Springs Road. Turn left on Yankee Springs Road (which becomes Norris Road) and go 5 miles. Turn left on Mullen Road (just past the S-curve and big power lines). Circle Pines is the first driveway on the left. Park and come in the big white house.