Whether you’re on-site at Sunny Brook, cruising the Sunset Coast, sailing on the Big Blue Water or strolling the streets of South Haven, you’ll find plenty to enjoy.
The area is alive with outdoor recreation, culture, arts, shopping, dining, history and family fun. During the late spring, summer and early fall, activity centers around the beach and on the Big Blue Water (Lake Michigan). Beach-combing, boating, sailing, jet skiing, kayaking and swimming are complemented by the onshore activities of golfing, hiking, biking, wine tasting, farmers markets, picnicking, horseback riding, tennis and berry picking.
Festivals, fairs, concerts, markets, shows and activities are scheduled year round.
Autumn heralds an eye pleasing changing of colors. When the snow falls, residents and travelers alike find joy in skiing, ice-skating and the classic winter Ice Breaker Festival.
There are museums here you will find no where else like the Michigan Flywheelers Museum filled with antique tractors, memorabilia and exhibits. Huge Flea Market (spring), and an Antique Tractor Show (fall) every year with live demonstrations throughout the museum grounds. Old-school metal working, wood cutting, using a washboard, bread making, and lots of tractors. Fun and educational for the whole family. Their 80 acres are just down the road a piece from Sunny Brook.
The GingerMan Raceway is a short few miles away and offers 40 events each year.
Close by we enjoy Lake Arvesta Farms 4-lake Aqua Park with putt-putt and disc golf courses. Host to Merfest International.
Beeches Golf Course is right around the corner. Golf Digest’s 4 1/2 Star Rating “Places to Play” HawksHead Links Golf Course is a few minutes drive, but worth it.
The abundance of local arts and crafts makes year round shopping a favorite pastime. Entertainment at local bars and the charm of many different food sources: Restaurants, cafés, food trucks, make all kinds of happy.