St. Joseph

See why visitors say the fun starts ... and never stops here. Reel in a fighting salmon off of Lake Michigan. Watch fireworks brighten our skies. Find antiques in our country stores downtown. Ride a hand-carved carousel horse at Silver Beach. Race down a towering dune at Warren Dunes State Park. Week after week, get lost in so many ways having a great time with your family, friends ... or on your own in Southwest Michigan.

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Make time to enjoy the simple pleasures. From sipping wine and talking to the wine maker to climbing a dune, shopping specialty boutiques to fighting salmon on Lake Michigan. Find them in St. Joseph.
Warren Dunes State Park
With three miles of Lake Michigan Shoreline, six miles of hiking trails and dune formations towering 260 feet above the lake, you'll encounter nature in every direction.
Round Barn Winery
Round Barn Winery, Distillery and Brewery is a popular fall getaway with its daily tastings and popular weekend harvest festivals.
Autumn Leaves
Small towns are scattered like leaves through the Southwest Michigan countryside. Shop owners lure all ages with their festive fall decorations, taffy apples, creamy hand-dipped chocolates and steamy cups of fresh-pressed cider.
Dablon Winery & Vineyard
Locals and travelers delight in lowering their vehicle windows as they drive along vineyards, such as these at Dablon Winery & Vineyard in Baroda, to breathe in the luscious scents of ripening grapes.
Downtown St. Joseph
Autumn is a relaxing time to reunite during the week in St. Joseph. Boutiques, an eclectic selection of restaurants and lodgings are all within a laughter-filled walk of each other.
Silver Beach Center
Escape the cares of your day and slip into the Silver Beach Center. Ride the magnificent carousel as the sun sets along the shore of Lake Michigan below the bluff.
A'Maze'ing Autumn Days
Young children to teens love spending time outdoors on crisp autumn days in Southwest Michigan.
Lake Michigan Coast
The picturesque North Pier Lights and catwalk at the mouth of the St. Joseph River have stood as sentinels for more than a century.