If your next travel assignment takes you to Kalamazoo, Michigan this fall, there are plenty of fun things to see and do! Kalamazoo is so much more than a memorable name. Located in Southwest Michigan, about two hours from Chicago, it features a vibrant and progressive downtown that sets the stage for quality dining, eclectic shops and galleries, and live entertainment. Plus, you’re never far from lakes and outdoor recreation, festivals, and world-class attractions.
10 Things to Do in the Fall in Kalamazoo
Attend a Fall Festival
Visit a u-pick apple farm & pumpkin patch
Haunted History Walking Tour
Try a pumpkin beer or hard cider from one of the local breweries
Cider & Doughnuts
Fall Color Tours
Binder park Zoo BontebOktoberfest – Fun for Beer lovers
Take a West Michigan Beer Tour
Some of the best breweries in the world are located in West Michigan. West Michigan Beer Tours connects beer lovers with a behind-the-scene experience showing the process.
Here are some of the most popular breweries in Kalamazoo
Rupert’s Brew House – 1st of 5 breweries downtown Kzoo!
Bell’s Brewery – Kalamazoo’s oldest Microbrewery offering very distinctive beers including Bell’s Amber Ale and Oberon. It is the largest brewery in Michigan and the 19th largest in the U.S.!
Kalamazoo Beer Exchange – 28 draught beers!
Kalamazoo is also home to a St. Julian Winery which is nationally known for top quality wines and juices!
Tons of cool things to do! Click here for more from the 269 area code!