Seaside resort living, world-class art and pristine beaches are just a few of the highlights of the sister cities of Saugatuck and Douglas that form Michigan's Art Coast.
From theater to movies, music, dance, pottery, glass, painting, metal and more, Saugatuck/Douglas has been acclaimed by The New York Times, Midwest Living magazine, Conde Nast Traveler magazine and National Geographic Traveler as must-see communities. In 2009, the National Trust for Historic Places named Saugatuck/Douglas among their list of "Dozen Distinctive Destinations."
Bundle up for winter's myriad of sports activities here, from cross-country skiing to ice skating or simply walking along the frozen shore. Stop in at one of the many downtown cafe's or restaurants for hot cocoa or take a lunch break from shopping at the eclectic array of shops. Enjoy a horse-drawn carriage ride under a cozy wrap on weekends!
In June, Saugatuck hosts the nationally-acclaimed Waterfront Film Festival. Summer also brings the Chamber Music Festival and professional summer stock theater at the Saugatuck Center for the Arts. In the fall, the Gallery Stroll among the many local art galleries is another longstanding tradition. Along with Douglas, the two communities are home to the Blue Coast artists, a group of artists and galleries situated along the famed Blue Star Highway.
DON'T MISS: Saugatuck/Douglas Historical Museum; Saugatuck Center for the Arts; Waterfront Film Festival; Star of Saugatuck scenic boat ride; Chain Ferry; Saugatuck Dune Rides; Weekly Farmer's Market; Oval Beach
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