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Venues in Berrien County, Michigan (253)

venues in Berrien County | Berrien County locations for weddings

Berrien County is a county located in the extreme southwest of the U.S. state of Michigan. It is included in the Niles-Benton Harbor, Michigan Metropolitan Statistical Area. As of the 2010 census, the population was 156,813. The county seat is St. Joseph.

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Fox Fruit Farm
(269) 944-1722
3090 Hillandale Rd
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Harbor Stoneworks, LLC
(269) 925-2930
331 Miller St
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Eastman Field
(269) 925-1601
699 Eastman Ave
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Dwight P. Mitchell Park
(269) 927-0300
100 E Main St
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The Great Steak & Potato CO.
(616) 925-9900
1800 Pipestone Rd
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Schaller Gallery
(406) 425-3114
353 W Main St
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Fairplain Presbyterian Church
(269) 925-0041
210 W Napier Ave
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IHOP Restaurant
(269) 925-1500
1981 Pipestone Rd
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Lake Michigan Hills Golf Course
(269) 849-2722
2520 Kerlikowske Rd
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Coloma FOP Lodge
(269) 468-3632
6200 Angling Rd
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Coloma Public Library
(269) 468-3431
151 W Center St
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Shingle Diggins Family Restaurant
(269) 468-5929
147 N Paw Paw St
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Sweet Cherry Resort
(269) 849-1233
3313 Chestnut Ave
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Watervliet Free Methodist Church
(269) 463-8280
7734 Paw Paw Ave
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Camp Rawnora
(269) 463-6315
9325 Dwight Boyer Rd
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Eva Caparas
(269) 463-4471
365 S Main St
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Zion United Church of Christ
(269) 422-1590
9100 3rd St
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O'Malley's
(269) 465-3700
8981 Red Arrow Hwy
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Bridgman Public Library
(269) 465-3663
4460 Lake St
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Grandma and Grandpa Rambo
(269) 426-4074
11306 Gast Rd
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Jones Blueberries
(269) 465-4745
9491 Church St
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John Vermilya
(800) 873-8957
9156 Red Arrow Hwy
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Buchanan Museum of Fine Art
(269) 340-0124
104 E Front St
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West End Studios in Buchanan
(269) 362-0287
999 W Front St
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Faith United Methodist Church
(269) 695-3261
728 N Detroit St
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Mark A. Buchanan
(269) 695-6621
112 W 3rd St
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RedBud Motocross
 
13638 N Red Bud Trl

History of Berrien County


As one of the Cabinet counties, Berrien county was named for John M. Berrien of Georgia, U.S. Attorney General under U.S. President Andrew Jackson (1829–1831).

After creation of the Michigan Territory in 1805, the territory now comprising Berrien County was part of Wayne County, Michigan. The first White settlement came in December 1822, when missionary Isaac McCoy moved his family and 18 Indian students from Indiana to a site on the St. Joseph River near the present-day city of Niles to open a mission to the Potawatomi Indians. The Carey Mission, as he named it, was 100 miles from the nearest White settlement. In 1827 St. Joseph Township was organized as part of Wayne County. The township included all lands acquired from the Native Americans by the Treaty of Chicago of 1821.

Berrien county's boundaries were set off by an act of the legislature of the Michigan Territory on October 29, 1829, with its present limits, but it was initially attached as Niles Township to Cass County for administrative purposes. In 1831 Berrien County was detached from Cass County.

The county was initially divided into three townships: Berrien Township, consisting of present-day townships of Berrien, Oronoko, and Lake plus a two-mile strip north of that territory; St. Joseph Township, consisting of everything north of Berrien Township; and Niles Township, consisting of everything south of Berrien Township.

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How to have a great event in Berrien County


Ready to have a wedding, birthday or special event in Berrien County? We have more Berrien County wedding sites available to browse, compare and explore than anywhere on the internet. We currently have over 750,000 venues on our website, 253 of which reside in Berrien County.

Selecting the perfect Berrien County locations for weddings or venues in Berrien County is critical to the success of every wedding, party, special event, or corporate event. The journey of finding a wedding site or event venue can be a difficult and time consuming task requiring a significant amount of time an effort. VenueHelper.com provides on online Berrien County locations for weddings / event venue directory to make finding Berrien County locations for weddings or event venue easier. Here is our checklist of things to consider when selecting the perfect event venues in Berrien County.

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