Experience New Buffalo, Michigan!

Sari Asher Memorial Park – “Where Dogs Run and Play”

New Buffalo is one of several Southwest Michigan communities included on the Lake Michigan Circle Tour.

New Buffalo, Michigan is notably known as the Gateway to Michigan.
The first pioneer to settle in the area was Captain Wessel Whitaker in 1834.
A couple years later in 1836, New Buffalo became established, then incorporated in 1837.

The area offers a variety of activities for both residents & visitors to do.
A historical walking tour boasting several attractions within New Buffalo’s historic district. Eight parks, a skate park, & a beach on Lake Michigan attracts all.

New Buffalo residents are also very proud to have Galien River Great Lakes Marsh, a protected
243.53 acres to enjoy and explore.

For more travel information about New Buffalo, Michigan, please contact this tourism resource:

Harbor Country Chamber of Commerce
15311 Three Oaks Road
Three Oaks, MI 49128
 (269) 469-5409


Berrien County, Michigan

New Buffalo is located in Berrien County, Southwest Michigan. 

Other Berrien County communities along the Lake Michigan shoreline include Bridgman, Stevensville, and St. Joseph / Benton Harbor. 

We suggest you take Red Arrow Highway north out of New Buffalo, which eventually becomes Lakeshore Drive as you approach St. Joseph.