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Van Buren County Fairgrounds

55670 County Road 681 - Hartford
Phone: (269) 621-2038

Home of the Van Buren Youth Fair. Hosting events such as 4H Science Blast for children, off-road derbys, rodeos, monster truck rallies, Antique Engines and tractors and more!  We have a working sawmill, Shingle Mill, Tractor Games, Arts & Crafts, Flea Market, Threshing & Plowing Demonstrations, and Homemade Ice Cream & Kettle Corn made daily!


Van Buren State Park

23960 Ruggles Road - South Haven
Phone: 269.637.2788

Park has biking, hiking, and metal detecting. There is a beach, picnic area with shelter, playground, and restrooms. Out of state car parking for the day is $11, Michigan residents can purchase the Recreation Passport for $11 (annual pass for all Michigan State Parks), or parking is free if you already have the Recreation Passport. An out of state annual parking pass is $32.


Van Buren Trail State Park

300 Lovejoy Avenue - South Haven
Phone: 269.674.8011

From I-196: Exit 20, turn west off of exit ramp onto Phoenix Road. At 2nd light, turn left onto Broadway, Broadway curves into Phillips and then into LaGrange Street. Take LaGrange to Aylworth Avenue, go west on Aylworth to Kalamazoo Street, and south on Kalamazoo to Lovejoy Avenue. The trail is .1 miles to the west, on the south side of Lovejoy Avenue. Parking is available further south at the Van Buren State Park (23960 Ruggles Road). Out of state car parking for the day is $11.00, Michigan residents can purchase the Recreation Passport for $11 (annual pass for all Michigan State Parks), or parking is free if you already have the Recreation Passport. An out of state annual parking pass is $32.00.

Van Buren Youth Camp

12370 45th Street - Bloomingdale
Phone: 269.521.3855
269-521-3855 / mail@vbyc.org

A co-ed residential summer camp in Southwest Michigan. Overnight camping sessions of two weeks, one week, three days, and one day! Activities including archery, arts and crafts, swimming, kayaking/canoeing, riflery, song and dance, and more! Our mission is to work together for a better world by providing the opportunity for our young people to grow socially and develop their leadership potential.

Vineyard 354 Farm

24777 County Road 354 - Lawton
Phone: 269-299-0369

Our mission is for you to have an experience that you can enjoy with your family and friends. From our Farm to your family you can experience life's simplest pleasures while enjoying our Farm Market, specialty Take-n-Bake pies, special sweet hot pickles, fresh, herbs, plants from our own greenhouse!  Our Vineyard is part of NATIONAL GRAPE COOPERATIVE -Owners of Welchs Grape Juice - Americas #1 Juice.  These high standards are carried out in every thing you will experience at our farm. 

Warner Memorial Camp

60 55th Street - Grand Junction
Phone: 269.434.6844
269-434-6844 / warnercamp@ymail.com

A Christian-based campground; no smoking, alcohol or profanity. We have RV & tent camping, cabin rental, summer youth camps, year-round retreat center, swimming, boating, sand volleyball court, basketball court, horseshoes, and supervised activities-archery, hayrides, and low ropes course. We have nature trails and a nature center. Minutes away from horseback riding. Open to the public.

Wau-Ke-Na, William Erby Smith Preserve

1599 Lakeshore Drive - Fennville
Phone: 269-324-1600

Divided into North and South Tracts, Wau-Ke-Na ("forest by the water") features over 3 miles of mowed trails that traverse forests, fields, streams, ponds, bluffs, and Lake Michigan beach. Its fields of prairie grasses and wildflowers provide important nesting habitat for birds - and awesome places for humans to trail-run, cross-country ski, snowshoe, and just generally wander.

Wild West Ranch LLC

2855 36th Street - Allegan
Phone: 269-673-3539
269-673-3539 / wildwestjan@gmail.com

Enjoy a day on the ranch, with activities such as; horseback riding, sleigh rides, romantic carriage rides, and pony rides you are sure to enjoy yourself. See you on the trails!

Wolf Lake Fish Hatchery Interpretive Center

34270 County Road 652 - Mattawan
Phone: 269.668.2696

Learn all about fish, their life cycle and habitats, as well as the history of fishing and fishery management. See how a working fish hatchery operates and walk among the ponds and lakes where fish are raised. See and feed live fish up close!

Woodman Beach

97 North Shore Drive - South Haven
Phone: 269.637.0772

From I-196: Exit 22, turn west off of exit ramp onto North Shore Drive. Cross Blue Star Highway and follow around curve. Located on Woodman Street, south of Dyckman Beach. $7 per trip parking fee (cash only).

Yogi Bear's Jellystone Parkā„¢

03403 64th Street - South Haven
Phone: (269) 637-6153
Whether you are an RV'er, a back-to-basics "tenter" or appreciate the convenience and comfort of cabins--13 basic cabins & 10 cottage rentals (include bathrooms & kitchens). & 104 of all site types. The upper deck of the Ranger Station is available for rental -- birthdays parties, family reunions, etc.--1000 sq. ft. deck with a scenic view!
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South Haven/Van Buren County Convention and Visitors Bureau
546 Phoenix Street
South Haven, MI 49090
Phone: 269 637-5252