|“||Welcome to Harper's Landing, Michigan. Where families used to vacation before the popularization of air travel to more exciting places.||”|
—The town's sign
Harper's Landing is an area in Michigan, most notably, it was the location of the family Sugarman's summer home that Beatrice Sugarman and BoJack Horseman visited in the summer during in their childhoods.
There is also a restaurant located in a barn that is owned by two crab brothers, who will steal anything they can get their hands on, including the weather vane on the Sugarman's lake house. It appears to be a short driving distance from the Sugarman summer house.
Harper's Landing first appears in The Old Sugarman Place.
A short way from the barn is a gas station. After she broke down and got drunk, Honey made to her daughter Beatrice drive them home, which resulted in them crashing into a shed next to the gas station.
Beatrice also apparently carried this tradition of staying at the lake house. She stayed there with her son, BoJack, as she is pictured with him as a child and her husband, Butterscotch, sitting outside on the porch. The lake house, however, is depleted and has not been used in twenty-five years.
Eddie, a dragonfly, lives next door to the lake house. He and his wife Lorraine were also married at the barn. He helps BoJack repair the house over a course of eight months. BoJack later decides, to have it demolished shortly afterward, as a means of getting rid of his past demons.
- Harper is also the name of BoJack Horseman's fictional daughter in his dream where he marries Charlotte Carson.
- In the present day, the gas station appears to still be operating, but there is still a hole in the shed where Honey and Beatrice crashed their car. It is unknown why that hole from seventy-two years ago has not yet been repaired.