Petoskey
39°
Fair
Feels like: 34°F
Wind: 12mph WSW
Humidity: 63%
Pressure: 30.08"Hg
UV index: 0
Thu
37/32°F
  • Winter In the Petoskey Area
  • Outside Is In

    Clean air. Open spaces. Room to breathe. Now, more than ever, being outdoors is the thing to do. And this is the place to be. We’re home to Michigan’s most famous ski slopes: Boyne Highlands, Nub’s Nob and Boyne Mountain. Plus, there are a world of other snowsports including snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Off the slopes, restaurants, wineries and charming shops beckon. This is Michigan’s Winter Funland. Join us.

    Due to the coronavirus and its effects, many of our businesses are operating at reduced hours, reduced occupancy limits and with reduced staff. Please check the status of individual businesses before heading out and be patient with those who are trying to make your experience a good one.

    Quick picks

    Once the area technically “reopened,” we saw businesses and organizations adapt and adjust.
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    Time for Change
    Grab your skis or board and take a run Up North to the Petoskey Area.
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    Ski What You’re Missing
    The Petoskey Area is full of activities that take winter fun to a new level.
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    Lots of Cool Things to Do
    One of the best parts of traveling is discovering new and interesting restaurants.
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    Where the Locals Eat

    Time for Change

    Once the area technically “reopened,” we saw businesses and organizations adapt and adjust.

    Ski What You’re Missing

    Grab your skis or board and take a run Up North to the Petoskey Area.

    Lots of Cool Things to Do

    The Petoskey Area is full of activities that take winter fun to a new level.

    Where the Locals Eat

    One of the best parts of traveling is discovering new and interesting restaurants.

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