Skip’s European Farmers Market

Open each Saturday and Sunday – 9am to 3pm – May 14 thru October 9, 2022 Beginning Saturday, May 14 and every Saturday and Sunday (weather permitting) stretching through mid-October, great locally produced vegetables, fruits, jellies, jams, salsas, bread,...

Music in the Park

On Wednesday evenings from 7-9pm (EST) during the summer months, live (free) music featuring local and nearby talent is featured at the Band shell in the New Buffalo Township Memorial Park (17425 Red Arrow Hwy). In addition to each band performance, discounted food...

Fishing Report for New Buffalo MI

(Lake Michigan & Galien River) May 6, 2022 Fishing has been good — not as hot as a couple of weeks ago, but is still good. Coho, Kings, Browns, and Lakers are all in the mix. With current water temps, the action is at 10-50 FOW. On the Galien: Bass,...

Antique Shopping

New Buffalo, Michigan is situated at the intersection of two wonderful, historic roadways: US-12 (Pulaski Highway) and Red Arrow Highway. One takes the northern route along the coast of Lake Michigan, the other leads to Detroit through the rolling farm lands of...

New Buffalo Beach & Lakefront Park

More than a Beach… New Buffalo’s Beach and Lakefront Park (Lions Pavilion Park) are located on the North end of Whittaker Street, just across the Galien River Bridge. Beach & Park amenities include: 800′ beach frontage on Lake Michigan with...

Beach Weddings

Looking for a unique wedding venue? — Consider getting married at the Beach in New Buffalo Michigan For years, several brides and grooms have chosen the shores of Lake Michigan as their preferred location to exchange vows. With Lake Michigan or the dunes as a...

Fishing & Charters

Fishing Charters, Fishing Supplies, Sunset and Sightseeing Charters Lake Michigan provides some of the best sport fishing in the country. The southern lake basin off the coast of New Buffalo is well known for its jumbo perch, freshwater drum, steelhead, coho salmon,...

Golf Courses

New Buffalo, Michigan is located in the nation’s Fruit Belt – that means great weather! Cool breezes coming in off Lake Michigan temper the hot summer sun while warm lake breezes take the chill out of the air in spring and fall. The golf season here may not be...

Historical Sites & Museums

New Buffalo Railroad Museum 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. Housed in a newly built replica of the original Pere Marquette Railroad Depot,...

Parks & Recreation

Lions Pavilion Park This pavilion is the home of the New Buffalo Lions Club. It is located just across the street from the public beach and is considered part of the Beach Park complex. There is a pavilion, several picnic tables, grills, playground and benches. The...

Places of Worship

Helping people connect with God… New Buffalo offers a rich variety of places to worship. Visitors and residents may attend religious services at any one of eight churches. For current worship schedules, please contact the churches at the phone numbers listed....

Recreational Trails

Nature Study Trail New Buffalo Area Schools maintains nearly five miles of Interpretive Trails and Nature Study Areas. Depending on the trails you visit, you will discover native flora and fauna living in harmony with glacial ravines and valleys, streams, wet meadows,...