Upcoming Events

Harvest Days 2015 Oct 1st - Oct 31st The Harbor Country Chamber of Commerce welcomes you to Harvest Days! New this year: month long Harvest Days! Celebrate the bountiful days of harvest

New Buffalo Harvest & Wine Fest Oct 10th Enjoy wine tasting from several local vineyards all under one roof! Live music all day, free kids art activities, horse drawn hayrides through town, a

Skip's 9th Annual Harvest Days Chili Cook-off Oct 11th The best chefs in Harbor Country compete against individuals for the coveted "Judges Award"  and "People's Choice Award" .

Three Oaks Art and Education Open House Oct 11th Join the School of American Music at the new Center for live music and light refreshments. Meet students, interns, teachers and board members and learn

2015 Kitchen Walk Oct 17th Tour amazing kitchens in extraordinary homes of Harbor Country. Enjoy savory and sweet food-tastings prepared by local chefs along the way. The tour culminates

Wurstfest! Oct 17th This exciting, outdoor October festival is fun for the whole family! Featuring live entertainment, divine food from local businesses and vendors, crafts,

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Welcome to Harbor Country!

Dinges Farm in Three Oaks

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.