Shopping & Gifts


About our canning - nearly a lost art - Froehlich's puts up a large variety of products in beautiful jars. This work is done in our large 26 North Elm Street kitchen, creating an aroma you'll never forget if you happen to visit while processing is taking place! Our homegrown preserves, jams, fruits and vegetables make the perfect gift for hostess or holiday


At FuzzyButz, we specialize in home baked dog treats from fresh local ingredients. We're also a full-service pet shop with toys, collars and leashes, clothes and gifts for the pet lover. We try to carry as much as possible that is made in the USA.

HarborTown Interiors

Looking for a special something to liven up your living space? From coastal to traditional, craftsman to modern, you'll have fun browing through fabrics, furnishings,lighting, accessories and "one-of-a-kind finds" to add just the right touch to your home. And our design consultants are happy to assist you. Come in and take a peek - you'll be glad you did!

St. Joseph Today

Visitors and residents will find a fantastic selection of boutiques, beaches, cafes, parks, boating, music, events, wineries, the arts and more in St. Joseph Today and its surrounding communities.

Taylor Rental

Automotive lifts, excavator, skid steers, tools for homeowner, small construction, lawn and gardening, plumbing, painting/scaffolding, all under our 22,000 square undercover area. Party rentals: tents, tables, chairs, decor, invitations and backdrops.

The Christmas Tree

A charming place to shop, browse and dream. You will find beautiful and unusual Christmas collectibles, Serafim Angles, Fontanini nativities, Charming Tails, Possible Dreams Santas, St Joseph Lighthouse gifts and delicious edibles in the Gift Basket Room.

The Sandpiper

Shop for fashion, knit wear, jewelry, greeting cards, home decor, personalized gifts, gourmet foods, and edible baskets that are created and delivered by our Sandpiper staff.

Third Coast Surf Shop

Though it is believed that Great Lakes breakers were first surfed nearly a century ago, and possibly much earlier by native peoples, the first significant wave of participants arrived in the 1960s. The California surf craze was leaking into Middle America, and small surfing communities sprouted across the Great Lakes. Slowly but surely surfing spread throughout the region, and today surfing on the Third Coast is more popular than ever.