St. Joseph, Michigan
Nestled in Michigan's great southwest, St. Joseph, MI sits on the banks of the St. Joseph River and overlooks Lake Michigan. Filled with unique shopping, quaint cafes, and beautiful views of the lake, the downtown region is known for its distinctive brick-paved roads and easy-going manner, and is home to such festivities as the Blossomtime Parade, Venetian Festival, and the Krasl Art Fair. St. Joseph is also home of Silver Beach County Park which has extensive play areas, a guarded swimming area on Lake Michigan, volleyball areas, pier fishing, a half-mile, barrier free walkway and a picnic shelter. The park also hosts outdoor concerts during the summer. St. Joseph is "a special place on the lake" to those who visit. Enjoy the beaches, Lake Michigan, the St. Joseph River, downtown shopping, festivals and more. Silver Beach County Park in downtown St. Joseph
This deep-water port town is a growing resort community - part of a "small town" chain stretching from the state line in a spectacular arc along Lake Michigan. The lakeshore is peppered with remarkable sand dune formations and lined further inland with a lush countryside that produces some of the nation's finest orchards and vineyards. It is the largest non-citrus fruit growing region in the nation. Located just 90 miles from downtown Chicago, St. Joseph is a quaint community situated within the larger Benton Harbor/St. Joseph MSA.
For more information visit: City of St. Joseph