Discover a selection of 500 vacation rentals in Coloma that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and WiFi. Prices start at $199 per night, and houses and cabins are popular options for a stay in Coloma. Either way, you'll find a rental for everyone's needs.
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Destination guide

In the heart of the fruit belt

The vibrant Michigan town of Coloma sits right in the middle of the state's fruit belt, brimming with local wineries, fruit farms and seasonal festivals. The golden sandy beaches and twinkling blue waters of Lake Michigan are just a 15-minute drive away from Coloma, while the quiet idyll of Paw Paw Lake is closer still. Rent a Coloma vacation rental in late spring, summer or fall to swim, fish, paddle about or sail on the lakes, or relax on their beaches. Or, rent a Coloma vacation rental in winter and early spring to enjoy all the winter sports on offer.

Things to do

Hit the wine trail near Coloma

The mild climate of this quiet corner of Michigan is perfect for fruit growing and the area abounds with farms where you can spend a lip-smacking family day out picking luscious peaches, grapes and apples fresh from the trees. The local cider farms, vineyards and wineries make for another fantastic day out. Check the Lake Michigan Shore Wine Trail to indulge in the best local vintages in their welcoming tasting rooms. You can discover more about the area's farming heritage at the small North Berrien Historical Museum. Here, you can delve into rural Michigan history, Native American life and local heritage.


Outdoor fun in Coloma

Hit the beach at Lake Michigan for glorious summertime fun on its sands. There's another small beach on nearby Paw Paw Lake, where the local yacht club offers summer lessons for kids. There are boat launches if you fancy a sail across its shimmering waters, and anglers can fish for carp, crappie, bass, bluegill and pike. Alternatively, you can always charter a boat on Lake Michigan for a great day out on the water. Pick up a trail that cuts across the rural backdrop to Coloma vacation rentals for great biking, hiking and picnicking amongst forested hillsides, shimmering lakes and rolling farmland.


Coloma through the seasons

Coloma hosts a number of festivals through the year, including a summertime celebration of the locally grown peaches. Summer is the busiest season, with temperatures climbing into the 80s – perfect for enjoying the lakes and beaches. Fall is a stunning time to visit, for walking through the woods under a canopy of autumn color and admiring the colorful pumpkin patches. By winter, the temperatures drop and December through February there's snowy fun to be had. The closest ski and snowboard area is Swiss Valley, an hour away, but you can shoe-shoe or cross-country ski locally – or just cozy up inside.

Natural features

Enjoying a Great Lake

If you're staying at your Coloma vacation rental with kids, don't miss a trip to Randall Park. Among its hand-built wooden play structures your little ones can immerse themselves in an imaginary world of castles and, in winter, you can enjoy the huge skating rink. Meanwhile, along the shores of Lake Michigan, you'll discover many beautiful beaches. The beaches around Saint Joseph are family-friendly stretches of golden sand on the lakeshore, and it's a pleasure to take a stroll out to the lighthouse along Tiscornia Beach. To the north, the beautiful dunes and pebble beaches of Van Buren State Park are well worth exploring.

How many vacation rentals are available around Coloma?

Our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 643 vacation rentals around Coloma. From 534 house rentals to 90 cabin rentals, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable holiday or a weekend with your family and friends.