I did a bit of research on your situation. You appear to be near Holland, MI. As you can see on your chart, you have major TV transmitters spread out from the north to the southeast. You need to let us know what stations you most want to receive. I would want everything on the list down to the ION affiliate which would require a rotor if only one antenna was used.
The good news is that you do not need that PBS station on real channel 5 as it is an exact duplicate of the one on channel 11. Antennas for channels 2 through 6 require a larger "old fashioned" antenna. You would do well with a combination VHF-high (channels 7-13) and UHF (channels 14-51) antenna. It is going to need to be outdoors at least 20 feet in height. I know your weather conditions can be harsh, so beware of cheap Chinese brands. I would explore the Winegard and Antennas Direct websites for information.
Also let us know how many TVs you want to connect to the antenna. I personally do not like amplifiers but sometimes they are necessary.
This is just a bit of information to get you started thinking in the proper direction, hopefully other members will add to this thread.