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Saugatuck Hideaway - Indian Pointe

Cedar walls, vaulted ceilings and an entire east wall of glass blend the house with its surrounding 2 acres of woods and river front. Extensive remodeling added rain shower and double vanity bath, cherry floors, and granite counters.

$225 per night
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Quaint, dog-friendly home w/ a full kitchen in the heart of active Butler Street

 

$352 per night
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Newly Renovated Mariner's Watch

*****7 PERSON HOT TUB OPEN YEAR ROUND***** NEWLY RENOVATED AND UPDATED! Perfect couples getaway spot! Located in the Saugatuck Historic District, nestled against majestic maples, this hideaway has views of the harbor and just a short walk to the charm of both Downtown Saugatuck and Douglas! Spend your day browsing the many shops and galleries then come back and relax in seclusion.

$335 per night

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Stay near Saugatuck's top sights

Photo of Oval Beach
Oval Beach54 locals recommend
Photo of Coral Gables
Coral Gables8 locals recommend
Photo of The Butler
The Butler18 locals recommend
Photo of The Southerner
The Southerner44 locals recommend
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Phil's Bar & Grille42 locals recommend
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Mermaid Bar & Grill17 locals recommend

Saugatuck cottage rentals

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Cozy cottage surrounded by water w/ Kalamazoo River views - one dog OK!
$317 per night
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Private, Dog-Friendly Cottage w/ Screened-In Porch - Perfect for a Cozy Getaway
$383 per night
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The Oriole
$249 per night
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Dumela-Cozy Cottage w/ Views In Historic District
$325 per night
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Pure Michigan! Red Cottage Retreat LGBTQ Friendly
$449 per night
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Dog-friendly cottage with large fenced yard and screened porch
$426 per night
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Newly Updated, Downtown Saugatuck at end of St.
$343 per night
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Holiday Hill Cottage 722
$293 per night
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Pet-Friendly Cottage < 1 Mile From Oval Beach!
$281 per night
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Mid Century Meets Rustic Charm
$407 per night
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2BR Cottage 1-Min Walk to Oak Beach | The Packard
$355 per night
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Mid-Century Modern Luxury Near Douglas Beach
$367 per night

Saugatuck cabin rentals

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Outside Inn - Peaceful Cabin Near Lake & Saugatuck
$409 per night
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A Gem! Oval Beach Cabin along 500 + acre preserve
$425 per night
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Newly renovated cabin with beach access
$251 per night
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Pear blossom cabin
$182 per night
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Corsair Cabin
$175 per night
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Cabin tucked in the trees with private hot tub & lake/pool access!
$514 per night
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Maple Haven - A Charming Lake Michigan Tree House
$207 per night
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RECENTLY RENOVATED Modern Cabin with Hot Tub!
$909 per night
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Knotty Pines
$436 per night
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Fire & Water | Rejuvenating Stay on the Riverbend
$838 per night
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Log Cabin-Style Home with Private Hot Tub and Close Proximity to the Lake!
$505 per night
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Luxury Cabin Retreat for Families or a Get Away
$400 per night

Saugatuck house rentals

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Maple Ridge Cottage
$300 per night
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#1 Cheerful 1-bedroom suite steps away from town
$244 per night
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Mid Century Charmer on the Hill
$399 per night
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Far Gaze Point- 1931 Family Cottage
$170 per night
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Saugatuck Village Cozy Getaway
$343 per night
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The Owl Cottage
$227 per night
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Aspen Perch - A Bright Airy Nature Retreat!
$295 per night
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Charming escape with a beautiful back patio - just blocks from downtown!
$206 per night
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Singapore Stable
$399 per night
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Modern dwelling in the woods
$418 per night
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Secluded Rustic Home on Lake Michigan
$310 per night
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Smitten Mitten: Wood Burning Fireplace - Claw Foot Bath Tub - Smart TV - Screen Porch - Downtown Saugatuck - Pet Friendly
$423 per night

Your guide to Saugatuck

Welcome to Saugatuck

Tucked into the sandy dunes of Lake Michigan's shores, Saugatuck and its twin city Douglas, just across the Kalamazoo River, enjoy stunning views, wide beaches, and a thriving culture. A 19th-century art colony, Saugatuck sets itself apart from other resort towns with its gallery-lined streets and laid-back, creative vibe. An appreciation of natural beauty will serve you well here, too, especially if you’re looking out over the lake from the top of Mount Baldhead, enjoying the panoramic sunset from one of the many beaches, or watching boats sail in and out of Saugatuck Harbor. In fact, this sense of the sublime seeps into all parts of life in Saugatuck, boosting its beloved wine, cider, and beer industries and fostering a renowned locavore food scene. For almost a half-century, the city's resorts, bars, and art galleries have welcomed a thriving LGBT community, and the town is sometimes called the Provincetown of the Midwest.


How do I get around Saugatuck?

Gerald R. Ford International Airport (GRR), in Grand Rapids, is the closest airport to Saugatuck. Located less than an hour away, it serves major cities around the country. Saugatuck is also within striking distance from Chicago (2.5 hours) and Detroit (3 hours), both of which have big airports that receive international flights. Amtrak trains connect nearby Holland (a 15-minute drive from Saugatuck) to Grand Rapids and Chicago. Once in town, a car is unnecessary. Rideshares are readily available and the local bus is on-demand: You simply call for a ride, and it takes you anywhere within the coverage area.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Saugatuck?

Saugatuck is at its best in summer, when warm, sunny days are tempered by lakeside breezes, and the evenings are cool and comfortable. It’s a time to soak in the sunshine, work up a sweat on nearby hiking trails, and cool off in the delightful blue waterways. The high season brings out boats, al fresco dining, and live music, showing off the town's best features. While the crisp fall days and variable spring weather make swimming less appealing, they do attract hikers, bikers, and gallery-goers to enjoy the area without the beach crowds. As in much of Michigan, the cold and snowy winters turn the nearby trails into a winter paradise for cross-country skiers, while others find it a cozy time to stay indoors in one of the area’s vacation rentals.


What are the top things to do in Saugatuck?

Saugatuck Dunes State Park

Running 2.5 miles along the Lake Michigan shoreline, this 1,000-acre park stretches across rolling hills and coastal dunes, some as high as 200 feet tall. Beachgoers can hightail it straight to the sandy shore, but hikers — and, in winter, cross-country skiers — are keen to explore the park's small but impressive network of trails, keeping an eye out for migrating hawks, ducks, and shorebirds.

Oval Beach

One of Saugatuck's many beaches, Oval earns worldwide renown for its setting against the high coastal dunes. Sailboats dot the water lapping the scenic shoreline, and the separation from the town gives the illusion of seclusion without the inconvenience. During the day, sunbathers and families gather here, enjoying the ample facilities and popular concession stand.

Saugatuck Chain Ferry

This piece of history still serves as an important part of Saugatuck's transportation infrastructure: the nation's last chain-driven ferry still in regular use. Built in 1838, the ferry crosses the 250-foot-wide Kalamazoo River, transporting riders from downtown to Oval Beach. The ferry is driven by an operator who turns a crank to pull the boat along the chain that crosses the water.