Baldwin Lake Marina 13815 US Highway 12 Union, MI, 49130 269-641-5068 (17.73 miles away)
JIMI JO'S ICE CREAM SHOPPE 301 E Chicago Rd, Sturgis 269-659-9079 GREAT LAKES CHOCOLATE & COFFEE CO. 100 W Chicago Rd, Sturgis 269-651-7677 Sturgis Dining
Hotels - your normal chain hotels are in Sturgis as well as independent hotels. Camping: Cade Lake Campground - Newly renovated family campground with 62 campsites, modern bathhouse, restrooms & showers. The park features a swimming beach on a 32-acre lake, as well as a picnic shelter, hiking trails to explore 52 acres of woodlands, boat rentals (non-motorized), a new playground, volleyball courts, and a camp store with a recreation room. Dogwood Lodge - The Dogwood lodge was built on 63 acres of pristine woods in late 2005. It is constructed of timber harvested from our land and milled locally. The lodge is located 15 minutes from exit 117 on I-80/90 and features all of the northern Michigan charm close to home. While we promise you a secluded vacation site, that doesn't mean you have to sacrifice creature comforts. Our lodge features a full kitchen, sauna, king bedroom with a private bath, dog run, fish and pheasant cleaning facilities, game tables, fireplace and much more. www.dogwoodlodge.net Sturgis Lodging
Open Door Gallery, Downtown Sturgis. Original artwork and unique gifts from regional artists. A community minded art center with classes for all ages, student shows, guest artists and exhibits. Sturgis ART BOUNCE host in January, April, July, and October. Special holiday events.
The heart of Northern Indiana Amish Country is Shipshewana - a mere 25 minute drive. Visit the numerous shops, the famous flea market, dine in the traditional Amish restaurants, and take in a play in the evening. www.shipshewana.com Driving Tour: Hillsdale - Homer - Sturgis Catch the last act of Michigan's fall color show in the central Lower Peninsula near the state's border with Indiana and Ohio. Best enjoyed from mid-to-late October, the 155-mile loop travels through countryside known for agriculture, antiques and Amish communities.