Upcoming Events

Birds of the Americas Joint Photo Exhibition Oct 24th - Dec 7th Tabula Rasa and Fernwood Botanical Gardens are hosting a joint Photo Exibit by Owen Deutsch, a winner of National Geographic's top bird photos.

Revel in Art Nov 22nd Gerard Stricher's visually seductive abstract paintings draw viewers in with a striking combination of aesthetic tools. His playful approach to painting

It's A Wonderful Life Nov 22nd Acorn Theater presents a staged reading of one of the most loved holiday films.  Directed by Arnie Saks, Acorn's It's A Wonderful

Journeyman Distillery Fall Artisan Market Nov 22nd - Nov 23rd From olive oil to baked goods, clothing to wine racks, the vendors at the Artisan Market do it all! Over 50 vendors from across the Midwest on hand, with

Thanksgiving Nov 27th Spend Thanksgiving in Harbor Country and enjoy the wonderful bounty of our local products and services. Options include to-go orders to add to

Miracle on Whittaker Street Nov 29th NEW BUFFALO BUSINESS ASSOCIATION PRESENTS: ALL DAY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 29,2014 9-11AM BREAKFAST WITH SANTA AT NEW BUFFALO YACHT CLUB 500 West

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Welcome to Harbor Country!

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Julie Schwarz

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.