Feels like: 57°F
Wind: 4mph WNW
Humidity: 86%
Pressure: 30"Hg
UV index: 1

Petoskey Area Blog

Petoskey Stone Celebrates 55 Years as Michigan’s State Stone

Most Michiganders (or Michiganians, depending on your preference) know that the Petoskey stone is the state’s official “state stone.” But just how and when did that come to be? Let’s go back…way back…for a bit of geological history first. Glaciers moved rocks, fossilized ancient coral, bedrock a… Read More
Posted on May 27th, 2020

Announcing The Offield Family Viewlands

A BRAND NEW WORKING FOREST RESERVE The Little Traverse Conservancy is announcing the completion of one of the most exciting community projects in its history around Little Traverse Bay, made possible by significant gifts from local foundations and donors. The protection of the 290-acre former L… Read More
Posted on May 11th, 2020

Hit the Trails in the Petoskey Area

May… that means some of my favorite things: trillium, morels, school winding down (online, this year) and temps that stay consistently above 50.  I’m looking forward to, well let’s be honest, mostly I’m looking forward to leaving the house when life returns to normal! From there, first and fo… Read More
Posted on May 8th, 2020

Fun as Big as All Outdoors

Fresh air. Who doesn’t love it? Take a deep breath and imagine being in the Petoskey Area where there’s tons of stuff to do in the great outdoors. What’s your idea of a good time outside? Chances are, you can do it in at least one of our waterfront communities. Bring your bike and hit the trails. Paved or mo… Read More
Posted on March 23rd, 2020

Have Waves of Fun

With more than 11,000 inland lakes and over 3,000 miles of Great Lakes shoreline, Michigan is truly a water lover’s paradise. If you count yourself among those with a fondness for getting out on the rivers and lakes, the Petoskey Area should be on your list of places to visit.  Sailing into summe… Read More
Posted on March 18th, 2020
Underwater Crucifix

More in Little Traverse Bay Than Petoskey Stones

Little Traverse Bay – that portion of Lake Michigan that flows between Petoskey and Harbor Springs, is known for a couple of things: Harbor Springs’ deep freshwater harbor; a break wall that is perfect for strolling on when the weather is right; the Little Traverse Bay Regatta; and crystal clear wat… Read More
Posted on February 26th, 2020

Where Non-Skiers Go for Winter Fun in Michigan

Non-skier? Don’t stay home this winter. So, your {Fill in blank} husband, wife, kids love to ski or board. That’s great! The Petoskey Area is definitely the place to bring them this winter. Boyne Highlands and Nub’s Nob in Harbor Springs and Boyne Mountain in Boyne Falls have a combined 160 runs that c… Read More
Posted on January 16th, 2020

Give Yourself the Gift of a Petoskey Area Holiday

The holidays are getting into full swing in the Petoskey Area. Our communities are decked out in their winter finery and we’re hoping for some more gently falling snow to add a layer of festivity. If you’re looking to get away this month, whether it be to do some holiday shopping, relax or find some wint… Read More
Posted on November 26th, 2019
Skiing in the Petoskey Area of northern Michigan

Ski What You’re Missing

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. Together they have a tota… Read More
Posted on November 6th, 2019
Fat tire biking in the Petoskey Area of northern Michigan

Lots of Cool Things to Do

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
Posted on November 6th, 2019

Find room rates

room rates
Please read!

This site uses "Cookies" to store limited information required to provide you with a consistent user experience. Click "Show more" for additional information.

Show more Got it!
Translate »