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Discover Cass County.com

ContactLaurel Ward
EmailLaurel@DiscoverCassCounty.com
Address22213 Lake Street
Cassopolis, MI 49031
(directions)
Telephone574-855-8829

If you're looking for something to do this weekend or you're planning a vacation to Cass County, be sure to check out the website Discover Cass County.com for a complete list of local recreation, arts & entertainment.  Owner Laurel Warden also provides technology services for website construction & management.

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Doe-Wah-Jack Canoe Rental

ContactRandy Rea
Email info@PaddleDCRI.com
AddressPO Box 9063
Benton Harbor, MI 49022
Telephone269-782-7410

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Four Winds Casinos

ContactScott Brewer, VP of Government Affairs & Community Relations
Email info@FourWindsCasino.com
Address58700 M-51 South
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone866-494-6371

Escape to Four Winds New Buffalo with 2,600 slots, more than 50 game tables, five restaurants and a multipurpose event center.  Visit Four Winds Hartford, which offers more than 500 slots, eight tables and the second location of the popular Timbers Fast Food & Deli.  Four Winds Dowagiac features 400 slots, seven game tables and the third Timbers restaurant. 

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Indian Lake Hills Golf Course

ContactLynn & Steve Miller
EmailGolf@IndianLakeHills.com
Address55321 Brush Lake Road
Eau Claire, MI 49111
(directions)
Telephone269-782-2540
Fax269-783-1505

Scenery doesn't get much better than this. Indian Lake Hills Golf Course and its 27 holes are situated through a scenic woods and orchards. Its restaurant and lounge overlook beautiful Indian Lake. Its driving range is elevated and all-grass, perfect for all range of clubs.  Group outings are welcome. Power carts are available.

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Lake Effect Powersports

ContactTyler O'Connor
EmailBCcosich@hotmail.com
Address67990 West M-152
Benton Harbor , MI 49022
(directions)
Telephone269-944-5577
Fax269-944-1847

Conveniently located in the heart of Sister Lakes, Lake Effect Powersports sells new and pre-owned watercraft, provides daily and weekly rental of ski boats and pontoons, provides off-season storage and has a full-service parts department and a pro shop.
Lake Effect is a growing family-owned and operated business that is open year-round. The present-day company was established in 1999, when Lake Effect Marine and Sister Lakes Kawasaki Recreation/Rent-All merged into one operation.
Vacationers can rent a ski boat or pontoon for the day or week. Rental fees inlcude delivery and pick-up of the boat to and from any public access within Sister Lakes, plus your first tank of gas, oil and all safety equipment. Rentals are also available for use outside of the Sister Lakes area with a delivery charge.

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Ramona Roller Rink

ContactHarold Schaus III
Address93103 CR 69
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Telephone(269) 424- 5736

This wonderful recreational gem, located within the heart of Sister Lakes, features an indoor roller rink and, during warmer months, miniature golf and Hudsonville ice cream.  Having opened in 1928, Ramona Roller Rink is the oldest business in Sister Lakes under continual operation.   The rink is also available for hockey and special events, such as birthday, school and church parties.  It has seasonal, and winter and summer hours.  Be sure to call ahead.

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