Upcoming Events

Skip's Open-Air European Farmers Market May 16th - Oct 11th From May through October, visitors will find a a plethora of items to take home: Italian sausages, olive oils and cheeses; locally-made salsas, pasta and

An Environmental Film Festival Jul 30th - Aug 1st Chikaming Open Lands is partnering with Fernwood Botanical Garden and Nature Preserve to present Green Screens: An Environmental Film Festival. On Thursday,

Ice Cream Social - Lakeside Aug 1st Ice cream, cake, and drinks. The best decorated cakes will be auctioned, proceeds going to the Lakeside Association Scholarship Fund. Children’s

Music in the Park: Notre Dame Young Shakespeare Co Aug 1st Notre Dame Young Shakespeare Co "Love's Labor's Lost," Dewey Cannon Park, 6:30pm, Enjoy a fresh, lively performance of Shakespeare by

Annual Corn & Sausage Roast Aug 1st Live music, dancing, great food including mouth-watering corn and sausage. A whole lot of fun!  269-469-9808

Ship & Shore Blues Festival Aug 8th The first Ship and Shore Blues Festival will feature live performances from internationally known artists along with local cuisine,

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Harbor Country

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Welcome to Harbor Country!

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Photo by LauBach

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.