Upcoming Events

New Buffalo Farmer's Market Jun 2nd - Sep 1st Merchant Street comes alive each Thursday with vendors, food, music, and interactive activities to liven up downtown New Buffalo. 888-660-6222, Newbuffalo.org

Music in the Park - Three Oaks Jun 11th - Sep 3rd Bring a blanket, bring a picnic, bring a friend to this summer time favorite! Free concert series sponsored by Harbor Arts & generous community members,

Wednesday Night Music in the Park Jun 15th - Aug 31st Enjoy a reasonably priced meal and FREE local musical talent. Food is served from 6:00 pm  (cash only) and music is from 7pm-9pm.

Buffet Bash Jun 25th   Time: 06:00 PM To 10:00 PM Location: 500 W Water St, New Buffalo Website: www.newbuffaloyc.com Phone: 269-469-9808 Island 49 Band,

2016 Lakeside Garden Walk Jun 25th The Lakeside Garden Walk is back!  The walk will again feature eight unique gardens that represent Harbor Country. Within short driving distances

New Buffalo Artigras Art Fair Jun 25th - Jun 26th Over 70 juried artists from Harbor Country and the Midwest. Live entertainment, kid's activities and food vendors add to the experience of this summer

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Welcome to Harbor Country!

Another Harbor Country sunset over Lake Michigan

From the glistening white sands of Lake Michigan’s beaches to the lush, beautiful countryside, Harbor Country combines the best of two worlds. Rustic country charm coupled with highly sophisticated shops, lodging, restaurants and galleries. Fun, relaxation and discovery to be enjoyed year around.

Officially, the term Harbor Country is a trademarked designation for the southwesterly portion of Berrien County, Michigan. Unofficially, it is a land sprinkled with charming hamlets, long stretches of beach, and friendly people. Harbor Country proper includes Michiana, Grand Beach, New Buffalo, Union Pier, Lakeside, Harbert, Sawyer and Three Oaks. Beginning at the Michigan state line, these tightly knit, yet individual, communities encompass a stretch of about 15 miles north along Lake Michigan and 6 miles inland.