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Three Oaks, Michigan



Three Oaks, Michigan

Three Oaks, Michigan

Three Oaks, Michigan

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Ken Huisjen

The village of Three Oaks is located in the southwest corner of Michigan, just miles from the shores of Lake Michigan and the Indiana border. The village was first settled by Henry Chamberlain in 1850. Mr. Chamberlain gave the small community its name in reference to three oak trees growing in a cluster within the village.

Three Oak's hometown pride is evident during it's Flag Day Celebration in June. The celebration and Flag Day Parade is the largest in the country. Movie producers also took note of Three Oaks, as the movie Prancer was filmed during 1989 in this quaint village of 2,000.

A favorite spot to stop in is at the historic Drier's Meat Market. This old fashioned butcher shop opened prior to the outbreak of the Civil War and is recognized as a historic place. The Drier family still makes and smokes their own sausage, ham and bologna in the back room.

But no matter what your taste, there is something for you in Three Oaks!




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