South Haven, Michigan
South Haven, Michigan, is a port city located on Lake Michigan, right next to the Black River. Most of South Haven resides in the county of Van Buren, but a small part of the city stretches into Allegan County.
Things to Do
Since South Haven's a port city, you must go out and enjoy the boats. Be sure to take a boat ride on Lake Michigan. On land, moreover, the Michigan Maritime Museum is well worth a visit. Enjoy fascinating boats - from the Evelyn S. fish tug to the famous Friends Good Will tall ship.
Take in some live music and entertainment at The Foundry Hall on Eagle Street. In the winter, moreover, go ice-skating at the city's skating rink.
Places to See
There's a lot to see in South Haven. But, be sure to check out the South Pier Lighthouse, the Scott Club (on Phoenix Street), the Carnegie Library, and the Evelyn S. tugboat. Also, the view of the city is breathtaking from the Lake Michigan. So, take a boat ride and enjoy the view.
Q. What two famous writers are depicted in the stain glass windows of The Scott Club, on Phoenix Street?
A.Sir Walter Scott, and Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.