New Buffalo Beach Club brings a resort feel to our beach.
Submitted by: Rachel Bailey
The feel of a resort, so close to home? Yes please!
New Buffalo Beach Club wants to give all the ease and relaxation back to your beach getaway.
We’ve all been there. You’re excited for a fun, yet relaxing long day at the beach. You plan all your items and comforts that you’ll need and the list gets really long. You want to have chairs, an umbrella, food, drink, ice, games, and toys. You only have two arms, so where are you supposed to put your kayak?
Celebrating its first season, New Buffalo Beach Club (NBBC) wants to take all the hassle out, and bring a resort vibe to the shores of Lake Michigan. Seven days a week from 10am-10pm, they’ll provide you with plenty of full service amenities making your only real decision whether you want to have a quiet relaxing day or non stop activities. For a fee of $45/day NBBC can provide you with luxury beach side service that includes two loungers and an umbrella ($25/day one lounger). They’ll have a beach area all set up for you, and if you get hungry or thirsty while you’re down there, you can use their call service and have your food & drinks brought down to you! There’s a smaller menu during the week with delicious wraps and hotdogs. Weekend menu brings some added fun with grilled cheese on sourdough with bacon and tomato, beef and cheddar on a brioche bun, turkey and ham club sammie, and grilled chicken guacamole burgers. Your thirst is always quenched with fresh smoothies, cold brew coffee, and mocktails.
NBBC shines in its personal service they provide but it’s important to bring a light to the thought they’ve put into the club. They are using all locally sourced food from Indiana and Michigan to feed your families the best, along with bringing planned activities like watermelon eating races, corn hole, sand castle contest, and the wildly popular Tuesday night movies on the beach.
New Buffalo has never had a problem with warm weather bringing people bustling around all the shops and eateries, but now with NBBC we may never leave the beach.
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