- Our list of the best things to do in New Buffalo, Michigan, features the top 63 nearby activities — including 25 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- New Buffalo, MI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Entertainment & Shows, Museums & Galleries, and Amusement.
- The results below include the top 16 things to do within the city of New Buffalo, MI , followed by 47 popular activities in nearby cities, including Michigan City, Chesterton, St. Joseph, South Bend, LaPorte, Benton Harbor, Valparaiso, Saugatuck and Michigan City
Run by local volunteers, New Buffalo Welcome Center offers visitors a rest area with a dog park and walking path. The park has several contemporary sculptures to look at, and is within viewing distance of a lighthouse.
60% 15 votes
530 South Whittaker Street, New Buffalo, MI 49117 MoreLess Info
The New Buffalo Railroad Museum in New Buffalo, Michigan is situated on the grounds of what was the largest train yard in southwest Michigan. The historic landmark is now home to exhibits that profile New Buffalo's past and railroad heritage.
100% 2 votes
17425 Red Arrow Highway, New Buffalo, MI 49117 MoreLess Info
Situated in a wooded area, New Buffalo Township Memorial Park features courts for basketball and bocce ball, horseshoe pits, a playground and a splash pad. The park can be used for picnics and provides a pavilion, tables and grills.
100% 2 votes
17424 Red Arrow Highway, New Buffalo, MI 49117 MoreLess Info
Situated on 86 acres, Galien River County Park features upland and wetland habitats as well as views of the Galien River. The park provides trails suitable for hiking, areas for fishing and a tower overlooking the area.
Oselka Park features two baseball diamonds, one softball diamond, a soccer field, a sledding hill, a pavllion with restrooms, and a bandshell and concessions during scheduled events. The Pavilion also features a fireplace open for public use.
92% 53 votes
9957 North Frontage Road, Michigan City, IN 46360 MoreLess Info
Stateline Blueberries is a 35 acre family owned and operated u-pick blueberry farm. Nine varieties of blueberries that ripen throughout the growing season ensure a long June to August harvest. Blueberry blossom honey, jam and syrup are also for sale.
With special events around the year, including a reiteration of the Civil War, Hesston Steam Museum exhibits not only steam locomotives from back as far as 1929, but also a ¼-scale railroad. Picnic areas, a soda fountain and a restaurant are also included.