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  • Dave VanderWoude
    RE/MAX of Grand Rapids
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    Saugatuck, MI
    Mount Baldhead Park is situated along Lake Michigan, just east of the charming coastal town of
    Saugatuck. It is part of the larger Saugatuck Dunes State Park.The park is known for its towering
    sand dune, Mount Baldhead, which rises approximately 600 feet above sea level. Visitors can
    hike to the top of Mount Baldhead via a series of steep stairs or by following a winding trail
    through the dunes. Once at the summit, hikers are rewarded with breathtaking panoramic views
    of Lake Michigan, the Kalamazoo River, and the surrounding coastal landscape.
  • Dave VanderWoude
    RE/MAX of Grand Rapids
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    Saugatuck, MI
    The Pump House was built in 1904 by the village of Saugatuck to house their first water pumps. Check out this historical marker in Saugatuck, MI and click the link to learn more!
  • Dave VanderWoude
    RE/MAX of Grand Rapids
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    Saugatuck, MI
    Have a look at this historical marker situated in Saugatuck, MI. The building was constructed in 1905 and served various purposes and businesses over the years. It was used as offices, a carriage house, and even as a fire station during the 1950s. To know more about its history, please click on the attached link!
  • Dave VanderWoude
    RE/MAX of Grand Rapids
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    Saugatuck, MI
    Check out this historical marker located in Saugatuck, MI! Pier Cove was once hailed as "the busiest port between St. Joseph and Muskegon." To learn more, click the link attached!
  • Dave VanderWoude
    RE/MAX of Grand Rapids
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    Saugatuck, MI
    Saugatuck, MI is a charming town right along the shores of Lake Michigan. It's known for it's brilliant arts scene and sandy beaches. Make sure to hit the town and shop at the numerous unique shops!
  • Richard Waskin
    RE/MAX Saugatuck-Douglas
    Escape to another place where you can kick back and relax after a long workweek. Just a short drive from Chicago or Detroit, yet just far enough away. Breathe a sigh of relief as you begin to unwind.

    Saugatuck and Douglas, rich in art and history, are beautiful villages that adorn the coastline of Lake Michigan. The sandy beaches, waterfront homes and majestic dunes call you. The beauty of our Kalamazoo River Harbor offers water recreation in all ways. The yachts, the kayaks, the fishing charters, the paddle wheel boats all say "come and play". Fine golf courses, succulent fresh fruit markets, Saugatuck Dunes State Park and Oval Beach offer further outdoor activities. On those rare days that the weather does not cooperate, the towns offer some of the finest dining, galleries, shops, theater and evening entertainment to be found.

    The diverse quirkiness of the people of Saugatuck make it never a dull moment and always a comfortable place for everyone to enjoy. We love it here and we know you will too. Come make Saugatuck a part of your life.
  • Saugatuck is a great place to call home! There are many different places to hike along Lake Michigan, you can shop in their historical downtown, and enjoy dinner on the deck of many restaurants. You will want to make a visit and see the beauty of Saugatuck.
  • Valerie Bomberger
    RE/MAX Harbor Country
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    Saugatuck, MI
    Last weekend my guests from Pennsylvania loved the Saugatuck Chain Ferry. It is popular with tourists. I always bring out-of-town guests to downtown Saugatuck. The kids always seem to like the hand-cranked chain ferry. It was built in 1838 to carry horses across the Kalamazoo River. It is run in association with the U.S. Coast Guard. It takes about 200 cranks to float the ferry about 100 yards to the other side. They allow you to bring bicycles, dogs and strollers on the ferry. It takes about 5 minutes to cross, but in all it is a fun way to cross the river!
  • Valerie Bomberger
    RE/MAX Harbor Country
    Jones Park is located at the corners of Butler, Water and Culver Streets in downtown Saugatuck. The park is a half acre park, formerly known as Information Booth Park because of the white building that holds pamphlets and maps about the area. It was renamed after the late Lyle A. Jones, a city police chief for 33 years.

    This area has brick sidewalks, benches and trees. My husband Chris likes relaxing on the benches in the shade. The plaque dedicated to Chief Jones has a nice picture of the Chief. When we were there lots of people were just sitting on the stone walls and benches enjoying Lake Kalamazoo Harbor.
  • Bill Rowe
    RE/MAX Saugatuck-Douglas
    Well, we are experiencing another cold and snowy day here in Saugatuck! However, it looks like Spring is just around the corner. We will be in the mid to high 50's by the end of the week! Now is a GREAT time to secure your new vacation home in Saugatuck, Mi. in time for the summer season!

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