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1870 House

ContactZena Burns & Richard Jackson
EmailInfo@1870House.com
Address306 W. Division Street
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-409-1867

1870 HOUSE

Opening this spring, 1870 House is a spacious whole-home rental that combines the best of both worlds, as old-world grandeur meets today’s conveniences.  

Built in 1870, this gorgeous historic home features five bedrooms and sleeps up to 10. Located in the heart of the City of Dowagiac, 1870 House is a short walk from Dowagiac's bustling downtown.  

1870 House has a welcoming enclosed side porch complete with swing, multiple first-floor living areas, and a formal dining room that is as stunning as it is Instagram-worthy! Two of the five bedrooms are located in the Derby Wing, which can be closed off from the rest of the house and also provides desks to accommodate remote work or schooling. 

Shuffleboard, anyone? The living room features a shuffleboard table and a selection of board games to keep you entertained when you're not watching one of the two smart TVs in the house.

Feel like cooking? Use the full kitchen, stocked with cookware, utensils and basics, or the grill in the beautiful backyard. Don't feel like cooking? You're close to a plethora of great options in the area.

You'll marvel at 1870 House's unique grandeur and not soon forget your experience.

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Big Crooked Cabins LLC

ContactDebra & David Winkleman
Email BigCrookedCabins@gmail.com
Address67110 95th St.
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone630-515-9365

Located on Big Crooked Lake, which is great for swimming, boating and fishing, Big Crooked Cabins is a great location for family reunions or your private retreat.

Three cozy cabins sit on a hill with more than an acre of land. Each cabin sleeps eight people comfortably and provides all you need for a perfect vacation getaway. At the base of the hill, an enormous deck overlooks the beach below and is a perfect place to watch the sunset or to cook out with family and friends.

Each cabin features an open floor plan with loft, stove and mini fridge. For a complete list of amenities and on-site photos,visit their website.


Castle Inn & Suites

Contact RK Patel
Email CastleInnDowagiac@gmail.com
Address57155 M-51 South
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone269-782-2177
Fax269-782-2178

Conveniently located on M-51 South, just outside the city limits, is Castle Inn & Suites of Dowagiac. Guests can relax and enjoy modern rooms with cable TV, air conditioning, a mini fridge and phone.


Hilltop Resort

ContactCarol Friedman
EmailCarFriedm@sbcglobal.net
Address67228 95th Avenue
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone773-844-8656

Polk Properties LLC

ContactCynthia Muller
Email37Street@BellSouth.net
AddressPO Box 104
Dowagiac, MI 49047
Telephone305-282-9256
Fax305-220-5031

Located at Magician Lake, Polk Properties LLC at 30714 Polk Road feature weekly rentals that serve the Sister Lakes vacationland. It also has leased land available for residential development. Polk Road is located outside of Dowagiac on M-152.


The Hatch Street Manor

ContactDesmond Lathan
EmailDLathan@me.com
Address24105 Hatch Street
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone414-467-9043

This southwest Michigan boutique guesthouse features weekend and event rentals.  

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    Chamber Spotlights Deerpath Recyclers

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    The company is a registered tire collection site with the State of Michigan, and is a registered tire hauler in Michigan, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio and Wisconsin.

    For the past 10 years, Deerpath Recyclers has worked with the State of Michigan on its Tire grants. The state issues grants for tire cleanups throughout Michigan. In doing so, Deerpath has been involved with many of the local community tire cleanups.

    Once the company has collected tires, it has a machine that chops them up into smaller pieces. The crumb rubber is then used to make different products and landscaping material.

     
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    A Word or Two from Our President

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    No doubt there are still challenges for many. And the rear view has not been pretty for all. But, our business community has moved through with creativity, adaptive adjustments and with incredible support from our community.

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