Kalamazoo, MI

The Kalamazoo, MI terminal is closed. The Grand Rapids, MI and South Bend, IN terminals now deliver to the areas previously serviced by the Kalamazoo terminal.

Moving to Kalamazoo, MI

We’re certain you’ll enjoy being a part of this community of more than 74,000 residents. Kalamazoo has a great location halfway in between Chicago and Detroit, and offers residents everything from great educational opportunities to unlimited entertainment.

Reasons You’ll Love Living in Kalamazoo


Moving to Kalamazoo affords you the opportunity to further your education at great institutions like Kalamazoo College (a private liberal arts college) and Western Michigan University (a large public university which hosts the International Congress on Medieval Studies each May). If you have school-aged children, they will love the Kalamazoo Public School system. In fact, because of the Kalamazoo promise and gracious donors, students who attend high school in Kalamazoo get scholarships for college. Those who attend KPS from kindergarten through graduation receive 100% of tuition.


Kalamazoo is loaded with great career options at companies like Bell’s Brewery, A.M. Todd Company (a lead producer of peppermint oil and other flavorings), Kalsec, the Stryker Corporation, Bronson Methodist Hospital, the Upjohn Company, and medical opportunities through the Michigan State University branch of medical school programs.


The city provides excellent opportunities to enjoy arts and culture with performances at the downtown State Theatre, Wing’s Stadium, and WMU’s auditorium. You can also enjoy museums like the Kalamazoo Valley Museum, the Kalamazoo Institute of Arts, Gilmore Car Museum. One unique museum is the Kalamazoo Air Zoo, which features rides, simulators, and aviation exhibits. There are also casinos nearby for some nightlife.

Outdoor Fun

After moving to Kalamazoo, you’ll find this community is packed full of outdoor beauty and fun. If you’re in the mood for a quiet stroll through the woods, a cycling adventure, a hike along trails, skiing a snow-covered run, or simply resting on sandy beaches, then Kalamazoo’s got you covered. Check out the Echo Valley Winter Sports Park, Kalamazoo Nature Center, Knollwood Disc Golf Park, Spring Valley Park, and so many others for a day of outdoor recreation. You can also visit the farmer’s markets or “you pick” farms to get some locally grown produce.

More on moving to Kalamazoo

Regardless of how you prefer to unwind, Kalamazoo has plenty to keep you busy. We’re sure you’ll love moving to Kalamazoo with the hospitable atmosphere, exquisite culinary flavors, natural beauty, vibrant nightlife, and so much more.

Moving to Kalamazoo – The Easier Way

So you know that Kalamazoo is the place for you, but how do you get there? If you are looking for an affordable, stress-free, easy way to move, be sure you check out U-Pack®! We're a self-move service that combines the best of several different moving options. With U-Pack, a moving container or moving trailer is brought to you, you load it up, and U-Pack arranges the transportation right to your door in Kalamazoo. Easy as that! And since you don't have to drive, you don't have to pay for fuel, taxes or highway tolls.

Want to know how much U-Pack costs? Get a free moving quote! After you compare U-Pack to other Kalamazoo moving companies, you'll likely see that U-Pack offers the best value. Get great rates and great service!

Resources when moving to Kalamazoo

City Website
Chamber of Commerce
Relocation Information
Visitor Information
Public Schools

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2690 Courier Dr Nw
Walker MI, 49534

(616) 791-9455

Observed Holidays:
Thursday, 07/04/2024
Monday, 09/02/2024
Thursday, 11/28/2024
Friday, 11/29/2024