Maybe you’ll want a break from all that skiing. Maybe skiing isn’t your thing to begin with. Or you simply want to try something new. Whatever the reason, the Petoskey Area is full of activities that take winter fun to a new level. Check out the tips below. Then check into one of our hotels, resort… Read More
One of the best parts of traveling is discovering new and interesting restaurants. There’s lots of choices in the Petoskey Area, but we wanted to share a few of those that we know are super popular.
Like many places, the communities of Harbor Springs, Petoskey, Boyne City, Boyne Falls, Alanson and Ba… Read More
Tired of yo-yo skiing? Or spending more time in lift lines than on the slopes? Then grab your skis or board and take a run Up North to the Petoskey Area. This is home to the best slopes from the Rockies to New England. You know the names: Boyne Highlands, Nub’s Nob, Boyne Mountain. From gentle hills for beg… Read More
Whether downhill isn’t your thing or you’re just wanting to try something different, there are some terrific places in the Petoskey Area to give cross-country skiing a go.
You might not be surprised to find that the absolute best place to hit the cross-country trail is at the downhill ski resorts. Wh… Read More
I love to eat. I’m not ashamed of it and I never worry about hitting that minimum of 110 pounds so that I can donate blood! As the temperatures fall and the leaves begin to change colors, it seems I (and those around me) start to crave a new variety of temptations. Here in the Petoskey Area, it’s easy to plea… Read More
As I look forward to flipping the page on my calendar, I’m excited to think about the next chapter of the year… September/October brings a couple of very interesting literary events to the Petoskey Area.
The 19th Annual C.S. Lewis Festival celebrating the life of the writer and theologian will take p
Did you know that Michigan has the largest state park system in the country? There are 78 state parks that residents and visitors can visit for under $20 per year – go to as many as often as you wish. I think that’s an incredible deal!
A favorite for many visitors, Petoskey State Park is special partly bec… Read More
A Chinese proverb says, “Learning is a treasure that will follow its owner everywhere.”
My husband and I love to pick up tidbits of information when we travel. Whether it’s how to do something, or the history of someone or somewhere, it’s just what we like to do among our other activities.
As lon… Read More
Did you know the Bay View Association offers educational classes and seminars open to the public every summer?
Centrally located on Little Traverse Bay, the Bay View Association is a Chautauqua registered on the National Register of Historical Places. Since 1875, the summer community has offere… Read More
Summer is here and I’m super excited – even more so than usual. I’m making plans for family to visit and to get together with friends for good times that were definitely missed last year. I hope you’re doing the same!
If you’re ready to travel to our communities – Harbor Springs, Petoskey, Bay Harbor, Al… Read More