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About South Haven

Home to charming architecture, a variety of large cultural festivals, and plenty of opportunities to take advantage of the great outdoors, the charming Michigan town of South Haven has it all! Hit the shops at one of the upscale boutiques on Phoenix Street, take in a live performance at a theater on Huron Street, or head to Kalamazoo Street and sample the wines from some of the best vineyards in the state. There's no shortage of things to see and do in South Haven.

Here are just some of the main attractions and activities that this wonderful town has to offer:

  • South Haven Center for the Arts: This cultural center is home to some of the biggest concerts, exhibitions, and speakers in town.
  • Southwest Michigan Wine Trail: Tasting rooms, educational classes, and, of course, plenty of delicious wine awaits you at this extremely popular local attraction.
  • Go Camping: There are several campgrounds both in and just outside of South Haven that are perfect for camping year-round, giving visitors the chance to experience the area's natural beauty firsthand.

You can listen to local bands or entertaining speakers most nights of the week in South Haven. However, most of the bigger festivals in South Haven are held during the summer months. Look at vehicles that are up to 100 years old at the annual Antique Tractor and Engineer Show in July, sample the work of some of the premiere artists in the region at the Annual Holiday Art Show in July, or take part in the many family-friendly activities at the National Blueberry Festival held in August.

Luckily, there's a vacation rental available in South Haven that has everything you need for a perfect getaway. Rent a cabin near one of the one many locations available for a South Haven camping experience, or book a luxury condo just steps from the beach for an unforgettable South Haven wedding.

If you have some extra time to explore other areas nearby, check out the charming shops and cafes in Benton Harbor, or the bustling college town of Kalamazoo.