New Buffalo is one of Michigan’s featured beach towns and is a center of activity with its great public beach, lake and riverside parks, and marinas. Popular with Michigan residents as well as Chicagoans, this beach community sits on Michigan’s harbor country. New Buffalo is lined with specialty stores and excellent unique restaurants. New Buffalo also houses a beautiful lakefront park, which is a perfect place for visitors to watch sailboats or the sunset.
New Buffalo City Beach is very popular with the public, and activities include sunbathing, swimming, a nature trail, and fishing at Galien River. New Buffalo/Michigan Harbor Country is also Michigan’s wine country, so be sure to go to the various wineries and wine tastings near New Buffalo. Popular tours include Fruitful Vine Tours, which will give visitors a tour of wine country. New Buffalo also houses The New Buffalo Railroad Museum, which was established in 1989 to illustrate the history of the greater New Buffalo area, and in particular to highlight the role the railroad played in its development. The museum is housed in a replica of the original Pere Marquette Railroad Department, and it boasts a number of artifacts and documents. New Buffalo also has several outback trails for visitors to enjoy, and great restaurants such as The Stray Dog Bar & Grill (popular waterfront restaurant) and Rosie’s Restaurant (favorite for locals). A popular local attraction for water enthusiasts and surfers is Third Coast Surf Shop.
Located just an hour and a half away, visitors can take a day trip to the great city of Chicago for a taste of big city life. Visitors can take advantage of all Chicago has to offer, including The Navy Pier, Willis Tower, Shedd Aquarium, Art Institute of Chicago, Lincoln Park Zoo, Field Museum of Natural History, Grant Park, and Adler Planetarium.
Located about an hour and a half away to the north is Grand Rapids, Michigan. Grand Rapids is the second largest city in Michigan, and is the largest city in West Michigan. Grand Rapids has an array of things to do including visiting the John Ball Zoological Garden, Grand Rapids Public Museum, Meyer May House, Gerald R. Ford Presidential Museum, and Grand Rapids Art Museum.
Located a little further than the previous two locations, Detroit, Michigan also offers a great deal of big city amenities. Highlights of Detroit include Detroit Institute of Arts, Comerica Park, Detroit Historical Museum, Renaissance Center, and Belle Isle Park.
New Buffalo has a variety of places for visitors to stay, including hotels, bed and breakfast establishments, vacation rentals, and inns. The most popular accommodation options can be found closest to the public beach and are also close to main restaurants and parks. This is a great place to be if you plan to spend a lot of time at the beach and enjoy walking around.
Similar to most beach communities, New Buffalo is very walkable, and if visitors would like to explore further, it is best to rent a car. For visitors that want to go out on the lake, boat rentals are also available during the summer time.
Looking for a vacation rental in New Buffalo? Tripping.com has 228 vacation rental homes available in New Buffalo. You'll find 0 studios, 29 1-bedroom, 35 2-bedroom and 164 rentals with 3 or more bedrooms ranging from $55 a night. For extra convenience, many of these vacation homes can be booked directly online.
The average price of a nightly rental in New Buffalo is $527 while the average price of a weekly rental is $25. For those looking for more than a short term rental such as corporate rentals, extended stays or long term rentals, the average monthly price of a New Buffalo home is $25.
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