it's cabin time™ in Gobles
Rent Sweet Lake cabins in Gobles, MI. Van Buren County, Michigan was founded in the 19th century (The first settler came in 1829) and named after the 8th US president, Martin Van Buren, before he became president. The area offers a variety of great opportunities for visitors to spend time exploring the area in unique ways. It offers a lot especially in the line of natural spaces, small businesses to visit that are representative of aspects of the area, and historical centers and museums.
Hikers and bikers will rejoice when they come to the area because of all of the trails that they have access to. In South Haven, Michigan, you can head to Van Buren State Park or Kal-Haven Trail State Park for beautiful views and trails. Kal-Haven is well-used by snowmobilers and cross-country skiers in the winter months, and it even offers a section that is open to horses for horseback riding along the trails. The area is, of course, very close to Lake Michigan, as well, and there are a variety of smaller lakes that visitors can visit across Van Buren County. There is also the Wolf Lake State Fish Hatchery in Mattawan. Wildlife in Michigan include otters, foxes, and other cute creatures that kids will enjoy keeping an eye out for.
For food, visitors may want to head to Malia’s Mexican Restaurant, which offers delicious Mexican food that the whole family should enjoy. Head to The Robin’s Nest for good, affordable dining. Or, go to Bloomingdale Bar for burgers and beer. Finally, Lickety Split is a good spot to stop for sweet treats or fast food for the kids.
Visitors may want to head over to South Haven to visit one of the many museums. The Michigan Maritime Museum is a must-see, with a history of the area and beautiful, life-size replica of a warship from 1812. Those who enjoy the mechanical workings of things may want to go to the Michigan Flywheelers Museum, where they can see antique artifacts such as an old sawmill. There’s also the Liberty Hyde Bailey Museum. Perhaps the most beautiful in terms of outdoor offerings, the museum was the childhood home of a famous horticulturist of the same name and has beautiful gardens and a nature trail outside, so you can go for a walk after learning more about this influential person.
Overall, no matter how you are interested in spending your time, you will likely be able to find interesting and enjoyable activities in which to participate in this side of Michigan, no matter the time of year or the age of the people you are bringing with you. We as a region are excited to have you and hope you enjoy your trip.
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