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Saint Joseph Introduction

Golden sand on the shore of Lake Michigan draws beach lovers to Saint Joseph, a small town in the south-western corner of the Great Lakes State. Family-friendly parks and attractions here range from children's museums and rides to waterfront playgrounds and splash pads, while adults will enjoy sampling local pubs and wineries and taking boat rides on the St. Joseph River. And don't miss out on the picture-perfect sunsets over the lake, where 2 lighthouses dot the horizon.

Hotels in Saint Joseph

Whether you're looking for a one-of-a-kind inn close to downtown shops and cafes or a convenient modern room located along the interstate, you'll find a Saint Joseph hotel deal to fit your needs. Boutique properties and cozy bed-and-breakfasts near the waterfront often include a morning meal and uniquely styled rooms, while larger hotels add on indoor or outdoor pools, on-site restaurants, and amenities like fitness facilities. The lakeside is popular during the warm summer months, so be sure to book early if you want to secure one of the few Saint Joseph hotels close to the beach.

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Where to stay

Downtown Saint Joseph hotels offer access to a wealth of attractions and amenities, with lots of tasty restaurants and cafes to choose from and local shops to peruse. Here, you'll be in walking distance to the shore of Lake Michigan, where waterside parks feature sandy beaches, playgrounds for the kids, and piers you can stroll down for closer views of the town's picturesque lighthouses. To the east and south of the city, Saint Joseph hotels are mostly clustered along Interstate 94 in hubs of modern, chain accommodations, shopping centers, and fast-food joints around the exits.

Things to see

Though Saint Joseph is a small town, there's tons to see and do here. Most vacationers head straight for one of the 2 sandy beaches on Lake Michigan, each with a pier jutting out into the water. Silver Beach County Park is a family hot-spot, with volleyball nets and a playground on the soft, golden sand, and amusement areas featuring a splash pad and a vintage carousel just steps from the shore. On the other side of the St. Joseph River, Tiscornia Park is the ultimate spot to throw down a blanket and watch the sunset over the lake, with views of a pair of lighthouses at the end of the north pier. Be sure to save some time to explore downtown Saint Joseph, too, where museums cater to kids and history buffs and walkable State Street is lined with boutiques, wineries, and casual pub grub.

How to get to Saint Joseph

When it comes time to plan your trip to Saint Joseph, you'll find a few convenient ways to arrive at the lakeside community. South Bend International Airport is the nearest flight hub, about a 40-minute drive away, and has several nonstop routes on a handful of major carriers. Gerald R. Ford International Airport outside of Grand Rapids offers additional direct routes and is less than 90 miles away. For train travel, St. Joseph-Benton Harbor station is within walking distance to downtown attractions. Interstates 94 and 196 are a few miles outside town for those commuting by car.