Fall in Fennville is certainly the
place you and your family want to be! With explosive autumn colors quickly
finding their way to the tips of treetops, take a day or weekend to meander
through our winding country roads, walk through our shops, restaurants, and
mosey through our orchards.
visiting Fennville, stay at any one of our bed and breakfasts, including the Kingsley House, J. Paule’s Fenn Inn (which is dog friendly!), Hidden Pond B&B, or Spruce
Cutter’s Cottage. Cottage rental listings are also available through Lakeshore Lodging. Enjoy many dining
opportunities as well. Come to Salt of
the Earth for a rustic farm-to-fork experience, enjoy a fresh board menu on
the weekends and house concerts on a Sundays. If you’re looking for a white
linen experience dine at Fennville
Station and Dining Coach for authentic Italian Cuisine and live music on
Wednesdays. For more casual fare bring the family to
Hop ‘N for pizza,
grinders, salads, ice cream, and a round of pool or try the historic Steven’s
Hotel where the menu includes burgers, pizza and a variety of entrees and
get the historical scoop from the knowledgeable staff. If jazz is your passion,
head on over to the What Not Inn for
live music Saturdays and Sundays and enjoy a fantastic entree, or try your hand
at Open Mic Night Jazz Jam Mondays. Don’t forget to visit Crane’s Pie Pantry and Restaurant for a slice of pie, apple cider doughnuts
and a glass of cider!If you’re in a hurry, grab a meal from Subway and visit one of our Allegan
county parks. A must when visiting the
area is a stop at Fenn Valley Vineyards
for a taste of our locally grown and produced wines.
art? Visit the local art venues downtown and in the area. 89 Art Scene hosts a collective of artists right downtown Fennville,
with thirteen artists to peruse. Stop by
on the weekends and find unique and handmade art then meander to the west and
find Dawn Stafford’s work at Peachbelt
Studio and Gallery on M-89. A visit Khnemu
Studio on Fernwood Farm provides the opportunity to visit a potter’s studio
and a working farm complete with
livestock. Not sure where to start? Join the Blue Coast Artists in their fall tour the first weekend of October
and visit a diverse group of art studios all within the Fennville Area.
poor apple crop this year Crane’s U-Pick
is open for pumpkin and fall raspberries (while they last) then head a bit
further west to Earl’s Farm Market and
take home jars of homemade jam, jellies, sauces and salsas plus there’s always
room for ice cream! While you’re on the way to Earl’s, check out Huntree Nursery and pick up your spring
bulbs for fall planting and check out their Saturday morning gardening class
offerings. Think ahead to the holidays? Check out Barager Pines Farm.
Worried about inclement weather?
Fennville offers activities for the entire family as well. Check out the Children’s Museum of Fennville during
their Not So Spooky Spectacular October 27th, or look and see what
the Fennville District Library has
to offer for activities. Also our newest Chamber member; Transitions Fennville offers a variety of educational seminars and
hand on skill building classes.
Spend the second weekend of October
at the Goose Festival! Filled with
parade, music competition, goose calling competition, carnival rides, a classic
car show, craft shows, a 5K for both adults and children, and more. Be a part
of Fennville’s very own tradition!
Should anything come up during your
stay, you can find medical services, veterinary services, a grocery store, drug
store, hardware store, hair care, banks, churches, auto repair services,
construction, plumbing, or electrical services, fitness centers, insurance, and