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150 Year Celebration

Early Industry and Community Beginnings in South Haven, Michigan

South Haven is a vacation destination with a rich history of progress and expansion. Industrial innovations and circumstances have shaped the area over time, leading to the charming city we know today. 2019 marks one hundred and fifty years since the incorporation of South Haven as a town. Throughout the year the city will celebrate this achievement and past historic accomplishments. Click here to read the full story!

Dining

Clean Eating with the Organic Gypsy in Southwest Michigan

Take a young woman with a passion for local, organic food and a mission to “get the nation healthier,” add in supportive family and friends, pump that up with tenacity and more than ample energy. The result is Bridgett’s Blough’s Organic Gypsy-- a food truck, catering company, home meal delivery service and most recently, a mobile beverage trailer called Dotty.
Events & Festivals

A Guide to the South Haven Ice Breaker Festival: A Michigan Ice Festival

Spend your weekend taking in ice sculptures, eating chili and more winter activities at the Ice Breaker Festival in South Haven. This comprehensive guide will help you plan your Michigan ice festival and winter weekend!
Adventures

Climbing South Haven's Van Buren Dune for a View and a Thrill

Those of us who grew up near the Michigan side of Lake Michigan might very well know the thrill and excitement of dune climbing. Remember that first time you saw the impossibly tall dune and couldn’t wait to get to the top, only to discover on a hot, summer day that it wasn’t just any old hill to climb? There’s a dune in South Haven, inside of Van Buren State Park, where you can test your mettle.
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South Haven/Van Buren County Convention and Visitors Bureau
546 Phoenix Street
South Haven, MI 49090
Phone: 269 637-5252
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