Benton Harbor, Michigan

Also popular as the twin to its more resort-town sister, St. Joseph, Benton Harbor has solid foundation in a rural past and is satisfying an inspiring future as an arts and shopping area. In the 1930’s, the Benton Harbor Fruit Market was the biggest money to-cultivator non-citrus fruit market on the planet. This legacy is manifested in the Blossomtime Festival, one of the most famous inter-community celebrations in the state. When visiting the town, you ought to take out some time for Jean Klock Park, which boasts sand dunes, observation trail and a beach as well. Other attractions include Hidden Pointe, an amusement center that provides a wide range of tourist spots and Rocky Gap Beach.