Friday, October 4, 2019

Afternoon in New Buffalo, Michigan


Afternoon in New Buffalo, Michigan

Afternoon in New Buffalo, Michigan 

New Buffalo, Michigan is one of our favorites spots to wander a little bit. Of course, we love to spend time savoring Lake Michigan views:



New Buffalo Beach on a spectacular summer day!
New Buffalo Beach on a spectacular summer day!

We love to take a little time to walk up the bluff for a more expansive view:

Boardwalk atop the bluff in New Buffalo, Michigan!
Boardwalk atop the bluff in New Buffalo, Michigan!

More from the bluff:

View of New Buffalo Beach from atop of the bluff!
View of New Buffalo Beach from atop of the bluff!
Our afternoon also includes ice cream at Nancy's:


While exploring, don't skip over the public sculptures!


On this trip, we tried two breweries! The first was Beer Church Brewing Co. which has found its home in an 1800's church! We enjoyed a sampling and a yummy cheese board! If you go, you may want to consider a pizza as well!

Sampling brews and treats at Beer Church Brewing Co.
Sampling brews and treats at Beer Church Brewing Co.
Later in the day, we headed to Ghost Isle Brewery for dinner and to sample some beer as well. My daughter enjoyed ribs -- what a portion too! I had the Plucked Gobbler Wrap full of turkey, avocado, lettuce and tomato. Some how I missed taking a picture of my husband's meal.........


A little beer and dinner at Ghost Isle Brewery!
A little beer and dinner at Ghost Isle Brewery!
We did do some hiking in the area and were thrilled to discover Galien River County Park! The trails at Galien River County Park are pretty easy to navigate. While it may seem like a trek to hike up to the canopy, it really isn't. Pretty much anyone can hike here and enjoy the views!



We had quite the splendid afternoon in New Buffalo! Of course, it is fun to visit when New Buffalo is abuzz in the summer. However, we love visits during all seasons. There is always something to explore!

Afternoon in New Buffalo, Michigan Beach, Beer, Ice Cream and Hiking

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