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Coldwater Chamber of Commerce
Go back in time to enjoy a disappearing form of entertainment at this classic drive-in theater that shows double-features of new release movies. Old-fashioned fun, with clear digital projection and high-quality audio. The number one attraction in Coldwater draws movie-goers from all over the state. Have a classic car? It will fit right in.
Short's Rootbeer Stand
Drive your car into town and enjoy the classic drive-in experience of root beer floats, Coney dogs and french fries.
Bill's Grill House
Drop anchor on the shores of Coldwater Golf Course on Morrison Lake and you will soon find this local favorite restaurant. Offering delicious American food and cold beverages, Bill’s Grill House provides a great place to relax after a round of golf or simply catch-up with friends.
Coldwater Golf Course
Accessible by boat† or car, this 18-hole golf course offers championship golf with one of the best restaurants in Coldwater—Bill's Grill House.
Tibbits Opera House
This lovely restored historic theater offers various concerts, plays and shows. Enjoy the great acoustics and charm of this intimate theater. Families will love the plays performed just for kids at the “Popcorn Theater” matinees.
The best family destination in Coldwater is the Adventure Zone! Enjoy the challenging miniature golf courses, ride go-carts, play paint ball or lazer tag, and do some gaming at the arcade. It’s a fun way to spend the day!
Children’s Museum of Branch County
Younger kids will love spending a rainy day at this hands-on museum. Kids will enjoy the interactive displays that are both educational and fun. From various types of building stations to imaginative play at a pretend post office or dentist office ... there’s something for every interest.
Little River Railroad
Take a ride on this restored steam train that travels from Coldwater to Quincy and back in just under two hours. train stops for a break at a park for kids to play. Depending on the season, the stop may also include pumpkins and cider. The train ride is especially charming in the fall and fun for all ages.
North Woods Coffee
This quaint downtown shop offers good sandwiches and great coffee, a fun gift shop and a relaxing atmosphere. They have plenty of seating areas to eat, read and use Wi-Fi.
"Coldwater Country"—Branch County attractions
Gilmore Car Museum
On a 90-acre historic campus just northwest of Battle Creek in Hickory Corners, is the Gilmore Car Museum, where automotive history comes to life. Check out the old-fashioned gas station, see a 1930 Rolls-Royce from a Disney® movie, and stroll through an amazing collection of over 300 vintage automobiles and motorcycles in a unique setting. Be sure to eat lunch in the Blue Moon Diner.
Allen Antique Barn
Browse this large collection of antiques and collectibles.
The Outlet Shoppes at Fremont
Discover amazing deals at major retailers at this collection of outlet stores.
This quaint Amish town is located just over the Indiana state line and great for a day trip. Kids will enjoy feeding animals (and taking wagon rides) at the Dutch Creek Animal Park. Other points of interest include watching a musical at the intimate Blue Gate Theatre, taking a buggy ride through town and enjoying shops, furniture stores, galleries, crafts and antiques. Bring your appetite, as the town has great restaurants and bakeries.
Michigan International Speedway
Just south of Jackson lies the Michigan International Speedway (MIS) in Brooklyn. Best known as a professional NASCAR track, with major races in June and August, the well-run venue is also home to other large events. Look for the Faster HorsesFestival in July, and the popular Michigan Wine and Beer Fest in May. Be sure to check the event schedule and plan ahead!
Butler Motor Speedway
Butler Motor Speedway in Quincy Michigan provides dirt track racing on Saturday nights.
Located within the Sparks County Park in Jackson, you’ll find a man-made, illuminated waterfall, six fountains, three reflecting pools and 16 falls. The park itself is worth a trip, with 457 acres, small museum, two golf courses, picnic areas and lagoons. Live music events are held on Wednesdays and Saturdays in the summer. Don’t miss the amazing fireworks displays over the falls on Memorial Day, Independence Day and Labor Day weekends.
Temporarily, we ask you to keep your boat on a trailer when not being used on the water. Boats must be removed from the water when not in use.
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