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South Haven Beach Safety

It's important to understand beach conditions before you head out for a day at one of South Haven's sandy beaches. Read this article for information on beach flags, the new beach safety ordinance from the city of South Haven, alternative water activities, and red flag day specials!
Events & Festivals

Celebrate the 4th of July in South Haven

Join us for a fun-filled weekend! All your favorites are back for 2022: the South Haven Art Fair, Firecracker Furry 5K, Pancake Breakfast, Fireworks, and the 4th of July Parade!

What to Do During Rainy Days in South Haven

Picture of the restaurant Clementine's with rain-soaked sidewalks and dark skies Don't let gloomy weather bring you down! From antiques and galleries to cafes, museums, DIY shops, and more, there are plenty of activities to choose from when rain is falling in South Haven!
Trails Town

Explore South Haven, a Pure Michigan Trail Town

a male and female riding bicycles on a trail with yellow leaves on the trees in the background Going outside to play is made easy in South Haven! South Haven was designated as a Pure Michigan Trail Town in 2019, boasting 48 miles of land trails, 91 miles of water trails, 770 acres of nature preserves, and a few scenic driving routes. Each is worth exploring, whether you're on foot, on a bicycle, in a kayak or canoe, or in a car. Pick your favorite form of travel, find a trail, and explore!
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South Haven/Van Buren County Convention and Visitors Bureau
546 Phoenix Street
South Haven, MI 49090
Phone: 269 637-5252