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Northern Michigan is a vacation mecca. We will be adding recommended things to do in each town as we source them for you. For now, use the following links:
At the confluence of the Cheboygan River and Lake Huron sits a community far and away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Located on the picturesque Straits of Mackinac, Cheboygan is the gateway to the famous “Inland Waterway” – a navigable series of waterways encompassing three rivers and three lakes and 42 miles of inland boating pleasure. A cruise from the mouth of the Cheboygan River into Lake Huron can take you to Bois Blanc or Mackinac Islands, both a leisurely boat ride away.
The refined elegance of an earlier era, combined with northern Michigan’s classic natural beauty, makes this a vacation destination unlike any other.The Bay View Association, which is adjacent to our Camp Headquarters in Petoskey, was established in 1875 and touts nearly 500 Victorian cottages, churches, and inns. It has earned a designation as a National Historic Landmark.
Known as the best place to find Michigan's Official State Stone, the Petoskey Stone (Hexagonaria percarinata) is an unusual fossil specimens and the most popular souvenir since the Victorian Era. Study the Petoskey Stone and you’ll see in each cell the pattern of the “rays of the rising sun,” a romantic tie to the origins of the resort area. You'll note the design of the Michigander Jersey this year emulates those "rays of the rising sun" in the graphic elements on the sleeves and sides.
Harbor Springs www.harborspringschamber.com
Nestled along the deepest harbor in the Great Lakes, lies the charming 100 year old waterfront community of Harbor Springs, waiting to welcome year-round visitors who want to soak up the sunsets, spectacular views from the bluffs above or settle in on the shores of our crystal clear water.