ice covered lighthouse with sup boarder in the water near the boardwalk

St. Joseph

Our holiday season is picture-postcard-perfect

Charming, Victorian-era coastal towns and rural villages welcome shoppers with free parking and quaint stores and galleries brimming with artisan gifts and foods. Special weekends line the streets with soft glow of luminaries, reindogs parading in silly sweaters, the ho-ho-ho of our welcomed North Pole visitor, and the brilliance of St. Joseph's festive bluff lined with holiday light displays that twinkle until mid-February.

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Walk out on the North Pier to visit the century-old lighthouse. Bring the kids to ride a hand-carved carousel or splash in the Whirlpool Compass Fountain. Come for the year-round festivals and stay to watch the sun set in a blaze of colors.

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