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As we were leaving our weekend getaway, we stopped to Butler Street to search for a Saugatuck souvenir sweatshirt. We were able to park by the Pier and took the opportunity to walk along the Pier. I instantly recognized how dog friendly Saugatuck is. We...More
Saugatuck is one of the most charming places I've ever visited, and Butler Street is smack dab in the middle of it. There are lots of fun little independent shops where I always buy something, and many restaurants where I eat. I've only, I might,...More
Butler street in Saugatuck is a wonderful historic, scenic and charming downtown area. It has many stores, resturants, ice cream and candy shops, arts and crafts, leather works and so much more. It is located along the shore of Lake Kalamazoo and offer boating rentals,...More
I spent an afternoon wandering around Butler Street and the side streets and loved it! I especially loved Grins, It Is What It Is, and the drugstore. I made several purchases at all 3 places -- boots and a shirt at Grins, knick knacks at...More
I live in Saugatuck, but even I am impressed by the shops (and restaurant options) in such a small town. Butler Street is the heart of downtown, with Water Street, which runs parallel to Butler, also laden with shopportunities. Don't overlook the Butler Pantry on...More
I've been strolling this street for the last 30 some years. Every year there is something new and novel--yes, novel, for where would one expect a tiny store packed with herbs and spices, a store devoted to high end women's shoes, and another offering tastings...More
This was my first trip to Saugatuck, and I found the stores on Butler Street to be charming, and the shop owners very friendly. I spent a good 2 hours here, and probably missed some shops on the side streets. This place needs to be...More
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When it is cool or cold, the best thing to do is just walk around the town and check out the stores and restaurants. You will be pretty limited on other activities. We were there in early May and the weather was quite cool... More
When it is cool or cold, the best thing to do is just walk around the town and check out the stores and restaurants. You will be pretty limited on other activities. We were there in early May and the weather was quite cool and didn't find much to do. We went to Holland and did the same thing. We ended up going to Grand Rapids to see the Ford Presidential Library and to Meijer Gardens/Arboretum which was about an hour's drive.