We are located in southwest Michigan, just minutes to Lake Michigan’s world-renowned beaches and water sports.

Southwest Michigan

was recently named by Condé Nast Traveler’s “20 Best Places to Go” list. Citing the area’s “ocean-like coastlines and a laid-back vibe,” Condé Nast highlights the area’s burgeoning agritourism industry, including the numerous breweries, cider mills, winemakers, and a vibrant foodie scene.”


This jewel of a place buzzes year around with activity and nightlife.


IN 1867

Three Oaks has grown to become the cultural hub of Harbor Country. Over the years, Three Oaks has attracted and supports a thriving artist community that includes incredible art galleries, boutiques, antique stores, and great restaurants like Froehlich’s Kitchen & Pantry and Oaks Eatery. Not to mention Nelson’s Saloon where you will find the best burger in Harbor Country.

This massive historic building is also home to The Acorn Theater which features live music from national and local talents in an intimate atmosphere and attracts music lovers from hundreds of miles around.

Historic, charming establishments don’t end there. Drier’s Meat Market, a fourth-generation butcher shop that Carl Sandburg once patronized. The Vickers Theatre, a renovated art-house film theater features first-run films, documentaries, and foreign films.

Every June you can experience the largest Flag Day parade in the U.S. where throngs of people gather in downtown Three Oaks to view the spectacle.

An easy commute from Chicago, Grand Rapids and South Bend, Three Oaks provides an immersive experience for residents and tourists alike all enriched by the energy of the village.



located in the town’s center hosts summer concerts where people can bring a picnic and enjoy music under the stars.

Summer concludes with the national Apple Cider Century Bike race that attracts more than 7,000 cyclists from around the country who explore the beautiful countryside surrounding Three Oaks.