|Location:||South Western Michigan|
|Average Snowfall:||Less than 40 - 60 inches||Fall Color Season:||Middle October|
Located halfway between Detroit and Chicago in Southwest, Michigan, St. Joseph County is also known as "River Country."
Take a tour of Amish Country in St. Joseph County. Begin your journey at the Amish Centreville, where you will find a collection of handcrafted items for sale. Travel the back roads of River Country and stop at Amish homes along the way. You can enjoy an authentic Amish home cooked meal, or purchase items that include oak and rustic pine furniture, hand-made quilts, saddles, harness and leather goods, and fresh baked breads and cookies. To respect Amish traditions, please ask before taking photos or videos
If you love spending your weekends finding old treasures, then St. Joseph has plenty of antique stores to keep you searching all weekend.
Take a step back in time as you view over 350 vintage cars in this one-of-a-kind collection. (269) 651-7851
Powered parachute instruction and flights. General aviation and charter services.
80 roaring historic aircraft, character actors, 4D theatre, and advanced flight simulators
One of the top five fairs in Michigan. Top name entertainment, harness racing, bull riding, truck pulls, animal exhibits, petting zoo, and much more.
Farm market with quality homegrown fruits and vegetables
Free educational programs first and third Saturdays of the month. Open May 14 - October (269) 273-1075
A unique collection of wines and wineries with Tasting Rooms that offer the opportunity to sample and learn about the wineries before purchasing. 269-468-5534
St. Joseph county has 58 lakes - 18 of which have public boat launches - and 16 rivers and streams for great fishing. Fish you'll find in St. Joseph County: Bullheads, Channel Catfish, Crappie, Largemouth & Smallmouth bass, Northern Pike, Rock Bass, Sunfish, Trout, Walleye, and Yellow Perch.
Located on the shore of Cade Lake covering 52 acres. Boat rentals, playground, fishing, picnic shelter and tables, hiking trails, volleyball. Take US 12 two miles East of Sturgis, then South 1/10 mile on Plumb School Road.
Offers natural areas with hiking and walking trails, rolling hills, woodlands, exceptional bird watching, wildlife, and scenic views. West of US 131 on Broadway near Three Rivers.
Perfect for a peaceful walk, relaxation, or a wedding. Historic site on four acres. Flower gardens, two scenic islands, walking trail, canoe launch, fishing, picnic shelter and tables. One mile West of Leonidas on King Road.
located three miles north of Centreville, was built in 1887 and is one of the few remaining structures of its kind left in Michigan. Covered Bridge Road, Three miles north of M-86, Centreville
A family oriented ski area with 11 runs and varied terrain for all levels of skiers. Ski and snowboard rental. Night skiing. Lodge with fireplace, restaurant, lounge and ski shop. (269) 244-8016
Burr Oak Township, Centreville, Colon Township, Constantine Township, Fabius Township, Fawn River Township, Florence Township, Flowerfield Township, Leonidas Township, Lockport Township, Mendon Township, Mottville Township, Nottawa Township, Park Township, Sherman Township, Sturgis Township, Three Rivers, White Pigeon Township