Top 10 Things to do in South Haven, Michigan
South Haven is a city in the U.S. state of Michigan. Most of the city is in Van Buren County, although a small portion extends into Allegan County. The population was 4,403 at the 2010 census.
1. South Haven Lighthouses
4.5 based on 608 reviews
Reviewed By tinaann2178 - Rolling Meadows, IllinoisRolling Meadows, Illinois
This is a beautiful lighthouse with a long catwalk. Love sitting on the beach and watching the sunset with the pier in front. When the lights turn on, on the catwalk it’s beautiful.
2. North Beach
4.5 based on 104 reviews
Reviewed By bcsystems - Ann Arbor, MichiganAnn Arbor, Michigan
Came here on a blistery fall windy day. While the north beach is bigger, the south beach I think is more convenient as it's walking distance to all the downtown shops, restaurants, and bars. I can imagine this is a wonderful place in the summer.
3. Kal Haven Trail
4.5 based on 241 reviews
Reviewed By Jeffrey D - South Haven, MichiganSouth Haven, Michigan
A good riding trail
Over the past 20 years we have enjoyed biking and walking this trail. Well maintain and very pleasant to ride. Love biking this in the fall.as the leaves change colors.Have taken many a scout group and youth groups for hikes and rides here.Moat recently w
4. Michigan Maritime Museum
4.5 based on 234 reviews
We strive to preserve, interpret, and invite the public to experience and learn about our Great Lakes maritime heritage from our Museum in South Haven.
Reviewed By hgwalls - South Bend, IndianaSouth Bend, Indiana
The Michigan Maritime Museum is a fine small museum with many unique displays and insights into the nautical history of Michigan and the Lake Michigan area in particular. There are quite a few examples of sailing vessels on the museum grounds and there ar
5. Van Buren State Park
4 based on 124 reviews
Reviewed By organicnatural - MichiganMichigan
Enjoyed visit to South Haven!
We went camping there (spur of the moment when we found a couple days with a open spot. Glad we did! (first time there) Offers many things to do, we rode our bikes and walked to the beach from the campground. If you want a challenge you can walk the dunes
6. Cogdal Vineyards
4.5 based on 60 reviews
Visit our artfully crafted and inviting tasting room located a 1/2 mile from the the shores of Lake Michigan to experience our innovative wines in an intimate setting. We want your excitement to build from the beginning, starting with a drive through the vineyard and ending with your expectations being met with excellent wines, great service and beautiful views. Both indoor and outdoor service, including tours, are available.
Reviewed By beccaboo2001 - Springfield, MissouriSpringfield, Missouri
What an awesome winery just outside of town! Set on a beautiful vineyard with a pretty view. Julie was amazing and so helpful. She did a great job explaining the wines and there are so many excellent wines to taste. This is a fun place to stop for a sampl
7. Kids' Corner playground
4.5 based on 63 reviews
Reviewed By Helene K - Washington DC, District of ColumbiaWashington DC, District of Columbia
Best place to lose a kid!
We especially selected our rental house since it was within walking (or tricycling) distance of this wonderful playground. It has facilities, picnic tables, swings, slides, a field, and a great "castle" that stirs the imagination of every child within. Se
8. Bumbleberry Acres
4.5 based on 15 reviews
Temporarily Closed For the Season-Join is again in June! Family-owned farm market and blueberry u-pick with lots of activities for the kid in Everyone! Visit our miniature animals, take a barrel train ride, or hop on the wagon for a farm tour and corn maze. October is sure to be a thrilling time to visit with our haunted attractions for all ages. Don’t forget to stop by the store for unique, local gifts, fresh fruits and vegetables grown right on the farm, and indulge in items from our bakery (all homemade and old family recipes!) Open Mid-June-October 31st. Come join our family Where Farm Meets Fun!
Reviewed By jenae86 - Anchorage, AlaskaAnchorage, Alaska
Family friendly working farm
This place is absolutely amazing! The corn mazes are for all ages and starting Friday the 13th they willHave haunted corn mazes, hayride, and the original farmhouse will be turned in to a haunted house. The "family" interaction is the best! It is family o
9. McIntosh Orchards
4.5 based on 66 reviews
Reviewed By jlkoch - Bella Vista, ArkansasBella Vista, Arkansas
Beaiutiful Location and Not your Normal Wines-Fruit Wines
Beautiful Location and wonderful wine testing experience with family while on vacation. I love going to winery's for wine testing during our travel and this one was worth the stop. Very unique fruit wines and ciders and they also had fudge that my husband
10. Overhiser Orchards
4.5 based on 23 reviews
A U-pick Fruit Farm Business that has been in the same family for over 150 years that features tree fruit U-pick operations for Sweet Cherries, Sour Cherries, Apricots, Peaches, Plums, Pears, Apples and Pumpkins. In addition a hands on animal barn features farm animals and picnic area as well as a children's corn maze and fresh pressed cider in the fall.
Reviewed By onthego1937 - napervillenaperville
We went to the main place to pick apples. We were told they were not picking there and sent us to another site they own.There were several people there who followed the directions. All had trouble finding place following the women's directions. Picked hon