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Crockery Township is a part of Ottawa County and was established in 1838. It is intersected by major roads such as Interstate 96 and M-104, facilitating connectivity to nearby areas. Historically, the township was primarily involved in farming and lumbering industries. The Grand River runs through the area, adding a scenic backdrop and offering recreational opportunities. Notable landmarks in the township include Crockery Creek and Grose Park, which provide options for outdoor activities. The township is largely residential, with a mix of suburban and rural settings. It is part of the Grand Haven Area Public Schools district, offering educational facilities for local residents.