Grand Rapids, Michigan: Snowhenge (Gone)A 1/3rd scale Stonehenge replica made of snow at MacKay Jaycees Family Park. Grand Rapids failed to maintain a permanent Polar Vortex and by Spring 2010 this attraction had melted into history.
- MacKay Jaycees Family Park, Kalamazoo Street, just north of 28th Street.
- Gone since 2010 warm weather.
Visitor Tips and News About Snowhenge
A 1/3rd scale replica of Stonehenge is at the MacKay Jaycees Family Park in Grand Rapids, Michigan. The monument built out of Michigan's most abundant natural raw material is appropriately named Snowhenge.
Standing 6.5 feet tall and 30 feet in diameter and consisting of nearly 1000 cubic feet of packed snow, Snowhenge's 12 pillars and 12 lintels are perfectly aligned astronomical markers.
Curiously, the phenomenon known as global warming which has created isolated heat zones around the globe inversely causes cold spots on the opposite side of the globe. Numerous consecutive years of record heat spikes in Perth, Australia are directly responsible for the extraordinary cold snaps at MacKay Jaycees Family Park which will amazingly keep Snowhenge frozen all year round.[Peter Salisbury, 02/15/2010]
This temporary snow sculpture has been gone since 2010.