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Places of Interest in Spinks Corners, MI

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You’ll find all the magic and wonder of the Silver Beach Carousel below the bluff in St. Joseph, just yards from ...


Experience the excitement at Four Winds Hartford, located just 45 minutes northeast of New Buffalo, in Southwest ...


The Curious Kids' Museum voted the "Best Museum" and "Best Place To Take Kids" in SW Michigan. The Curious Kids' ...


The Morton House

Benton Harbor, MI

This house built in 1849, by Eleazar Morton and his son Henry, was occupied until 1936 by four generations of Mortons...


One of our nicest parks in the area to visit with your kids, a great place to spend the day with a picnic. Fenced...


Our park opened just a couple of years ago with open fields for soccer, rocket football and lacrosse. No entrance...


Upton Arboretum includes sculpture, gardens, and gazebo. Multi Use trail connects several waterfront parks. The V...


Take a break from your downtown shopping and catch your breath as you observe the memorable sculpture of a mother...


This is one of the most impressive parks in Southwest Michigan. The hand built wooden play structures provide an ...


In 1854 Robert Hogue (1846-1905) migrated from Pennsylvania to Pipestone Township with his family. At age seventeen, ...


Boatbuilding Industry

Benton Harbor, MI

St. Joseph and Benton Harbor once ranked among the nation's leading boatbuilding centers. From 1892 to 1955, waterfro...


Commercial Fishing

Benton Harbor, MI

Commercial fishing was one of St. Joseph's earliest maritime trades. Native Americans and the settlers who followed f...


Commercial Shipping

Benton Harbor, MI

Schooners rigged for sailing and steam-driven freighters were once common sights at St. Joseph and Benton Harbor. Fru...


Creating a Harbor

Benton Harbor, MI

The meeting of river and lake provided a natural setting for a harbor at St. Joseph. Human engineering would ultimate...


Eleven Inch Dahlgren

Benton Harbor, MI

On July 5, 1897 with great pride and effort the A.W. Chapman Post of the Grand Army of the Republic dedicated this gu...


Fort Miami

Benton Harbor, MI

Here in November 1679, on the Miami River, as the St. Joseph was then called, La Salle, the French explorer built a f...


La Salle Memorial

Benton Harbor, MI

This Glacial Boulder found in the bed of the St. Joseph River was erected in 1902 by the Algonquin Chapter Daughters ...


During the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, local river captains, mill owners, merchants and other prof...


Recreational Boating

Benton Harbor, MI

Whether paddling a canoe, riding a riverboat, or sailing a yacht, pleasure boating has always been a favorite St. Jos...


With a ready supply of lumber and a thriving port, St. Joseph and Benton Harbor offered a natural setting for shipbui...

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