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
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
After a day on the slopes, or being outdoors enjoying winter’s other cool activities, the fun keeps on coming. When you think après ski, what’s one of the first thing that pops up? Right. Cold beverages (the adult kind). Beer or spirits, you’ll find some of the best crafted right here in the Petoskey Ar… Read More
One of the best parts of traveling is discovering new and interesting restaurants. But how do you know what’s best? Ask a local. That’s exactly what we did and narrowed the choices down to 13 of our favorite places to dine in the Petoskey Area.
Mim’s Mediterranean Grill — Petoskey
If you’re feel… Read More
November is nearly here, and life has slowed down a bit after the fun, sunshine-filled craziness that summer brings. Now it’s time to relax – especially for the ladies. I think November is our month – maybe we should even declare it #InternationalLadiesMonth?
Hear me out. Summer rolls into fall with… Read More
During your vacation to the Petoskey Area, you’ll also want to take a break from the same ole chain stores offering the same ole stuff. The shops and boutiques here are a treasure-trove of items you won’t find anywhere else.
Take your time and window shop in our charming waterfront communities. Meand… Read More
One of the best parts of traveling is discovering new and interesting restaurants. But how do you know what’s best? Ask a local. That’s exactly what we did and narrowed the choices down to 13 of our favorite places to dine in the Petoskey Area.… Read More
A special kind of cold hardy grape in this special area is why our local wineries are so popular. While you’re here, be sure to visit the tasting rooms in one — or a few. We even have companies who will do the driving for you. Relax, sip, savor and take home your glass as a souvenir.
1918 Cellars at Cas… Read More
Our area of northern Michigan is nationally famous for fall color. To help you see it up close and personal, we’ve mapped out 5 color tours that take you through our most spectacular scenery. (Of course, you’re always welcome to hop in the car and explore on your own, too).
Tunnel of Trees Tour
This tour… Read More
Labor Day… the calendar doesn’t agree, but it sure is the end of summer as far my mental state goes. Dusk tiptoes in a little earlier, the rooster crows a little later and if the kids weren’t already back in school, they will soon be after the holiday.
While the summer begins to fade, the weather in northe… Read More