Whether you like to bike on smooth, paved pathways or rugged, exciting mountain trails, you’ll find the scenic views in the Petoskey Area second to none. Bring your bike with you or rent one while you’re here. Then let the good times roll through and around our resort towns of Petoskey, Harbor Springs, Bay Harbor and Boyne City.Read More
Passion. Excitement. Drama. Tradition.
Where do you find all those things? At the Young Americans Dinner Theatre at Boyne Highlands Resort in the northern Michigan resort town of Harbor Springs.
Passion? You’ve never seen a group of young people more passionate about what they do. And what they do is sing and dance their way into your heart. You can’t attend a Young Americans performance and...Read More
Topics: Young Americans
Sometimes we are just lucky and what was good gets even better. Such is the case of the Headlands International Dark Sky Park - a must see when visiting the Petoskey Area!
This Emmet County park, one of the first 10 International Dark Sky Parks in the world, has been attracting guests from all across the country since its prestigious designation in 2011. Many come during the day to explore the...Read More
Topics: Headlands Dark Sky Park
Artist Ansel Adams opened minds and hearts with his black and white photography and we’re so excited to have his work in the Petoskey Area for the summer.
Visitors in June, July, August and September will be treated to a wonderful exhibit at the Petoskey location of the Crooked Tree Arts Center. After months of hard work, CTAC Executive Director/President Liz Ahrens and her staff have made it...Read More
True or false? You must always have white wine with fish and red wine with beef. (False)
Grapes don’t grow in northern Michigan. (False)
Really good wines all have real corks. (False)
The Petoskey Area is home to several outstanding wineries and that number is growing. (True)So many misconceptions about wine and really, isn’t the most important thing about consuming wine whether or not... Read More
Spring here in northern Michigan means robins, trillium and morel mushrooms. It also means the beginning of the jogging/running/biking season and other outdoor activities meant to strengthen the body and relax the mind.
The Petoskey Area offers not only a variety of trails and venues for getting in touch with your healthier self, but also hosts several competitive biking, running and swimming...Read More
The majestic forests and beautiful parks in the Petoskey Area make it home to incredible birding. Whether you prefer to venture out by yourself, as a couple, or as part of a group, you’ll find the huge variety of species and stunning environment make this a birdwatcher’s heaven.Read More
Topics: Bird Watching
Don’t let cabin fever get you down. We have a weekend filled with fun and celebrations coming up, and you don’t want to miss it! So, pack your bags, get out of the house, and head to our ski resorts for a few days of silliness and merriment.Read More
Three ski resorts, Boyne Highlands, Boyne Mountain and Nub’s Nob, grace the Petoskey Area and offer more than 160 runs between them. From fantastic beginner areas to black diamond excitement, if you want to ski or board, this is the place to be in Michigan. But the fun doesn’t stop when you take a break from the action, and there’s plenty to do if you don’t ski at all.Read More
Northern Michigan is known for its great skiing and boarding at Boyne Mountain, Boyne Highlands and Nub’s Nob, but there are plenty of things to do in the Petoskey Area even when you aren’t going downhill. When snow covers the area in a carpet of white, outdoor activities abound.
If you are a lover of nature’s beauty and winter’s peaceful serenity, you...Read More