Cabela's opening Chesterfield Township location

Posted at 7:14 AM, Jul 14, 2016

A 90,000-square-foot Cabela's is expected to open in Chesterfield Township next year. 

The Nebraska-based retailer which sells a collection of hunting, fishing and outdoor gear announced that the new location will be at the intersection of Hall Road and I-94.

The store is expected to have about 175 full-time, par-time and seasonal positions. This will be Cabela's fourth store in Michigan with locations already in Dundee, Saginaw and Grandville. 

“Chesterfield Township and the surrounding area offer remarkable opportunities for outdoor recreation, and people in that region utilize those opportunities to live an outdoor lifestyle,” said Tommy Millner, Cabela’s Chief Executive Officer, in a statement. “We are extremely eager to build them a Cabela’s store and help them enjoy their outdoor passions.”