Many people visit the Grand Traverse area to explore the natural landmarks and attractions. All year long, you can explore the area with hiking, biking, scenic drives, and dune climbing at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore.
As much fun as Michiganders have in the summer, we would say they have even more fun in the winter. There are endless winter activities to enjoy. Snow lovers can enjoy the region’s best slopes with a hill and level of difficulty to meet everyone’s taste and skill level.
Winery Tours offers visitors a chance to travel throughout the region while sampling the region's unique and award-winning wines. Three rustic wine trails travel through vineyards in Leelanau County, Old Mission Peninsula, and Petoskey.
Skiing is a part of the Traverse City experience. If you’re looking for a winter recreation experience, you’ll be able to find skiing opportunities to meet your taste and skill level. Slopes in the area range from beginner to advanced.
Beautiful, perfect location This time we stayed in a 1 bedroom. The place is very luxurious, even for 3 people. We loved the fireplace. The Lodge staff is very friendly and helpful. They are a delight to work with. Free coffee and tea is provided, plenty of games provided free (board games, chess, puzzles, etc.)