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Featuring Sky Trail® ropes courses zip lines and a climbing wall. Open to the public during the weekends there is something here for the whole family to enjoy.
80 Vintage fire trucks and thousands of miniature cars trucks and other toys.
Paddle wheel river boat trips
Features both Olympic and NHL ice surfaces skate rental pro shop and video games.
Features and outdoor pool and waterslide.
Bowling Center and Pro Shop
Experience family fun in the beautiful northern lower Michigan with exciting canoe kayak raft and tube trips down the crystal clear Sturgeon River. Also find 18-hole adventure golf course bungee trampoline a general store subway as well as gifts and souvenirs.
8 lanes with open bowling and the Black Bear Bar and Grill is open daily.
Miniature Golf arcade and ice cream shop.
Private rock and mineral collecting at the Caledonia Mine Mass City MI near Ontonagon for the rock collector or geologist. Collect samples of copper silver datolite calcite epidote quartz and feldspar. Knowledgeable staff will help with the techniques and identification of finds in your private ore pile. Seller of Michigan copper specimens and ores packages of rocks minerals and fossils along with a wide selection of books available at Gitche Gumee Landing.
If you are looking for a new and unique place to visit then a majestic stone castle is your Northern Michigan tour destination. Whether to view the magnificence of our French Chateaux style building and our picturesque gardens or just experience the majesty of the castle Castle Farms is the perfect place to get a little taste of the French atmosphere. During your self-guided tour you will receive a narrated history and view a short video showcasing the Castle's extensive restoration. You will then be free to stroll the interior and exterior of our renovated and fully restored stone building. Bring a picnic and eat on the lawns while playing a giant chess or checkers game or while feeding the fish in the pond. Special children's self-guided treasure hunt tours are also available. There is fun for the whole family at Castle Farms.
Offers three screens for movies. Wednesday night is "Bargain Night.
This historical Golf Club on the north side of the city was designed by Scottish architect Willie Watson and is nestled between the panoramic waters of Lake Charlevoix and Lake Michigan. The 3005 yard nine-hole course covers gentle and wooded terrain providing a walk able golfing experience with challenges for all types of players. It is operated and maintained by the City of Charlevoix and has reasonable rates.
This building was constructed in 1927 as a public school and it functioned as such until 2002. It reopened in 2006 as a public library. This completely renovated space is now a showpiece of architecture and ambiance. It has been described by some as "the living room of the community." A special feature is the library's mural located inside the main entrance which depicts life in Charlevoix in 1927. Make sure to see all the books magazines newspapers music movies and online resources take part in adult and youth programs or simply sit in a comfortable chair and read. The library has computers and free wireless access.
First run movies always a double feature ‘50s style historic theatre with playground diner shopping and more!
Numerous shops and stores a great area to spend the day.
Storybook theme park featuring life-sized Mother Goose characters a picnic area train rides petting zoo safari ride antique car rides ferries wheel and carousel!
This state of the art facility houses one of the most technologically advanced planetariums in the country.
Located on the Northwestern Michigan College campus it features both the visual and performing arts. The museum eatures three rotating exhibition galleries a sculpture court a "hands-on" Discovery Gallery a gallery of Inuit art from the museum’s permanent collection a 32-seat video theater a community room and a museum store. The Milliken Auditorium showcases the performing arts including theater dance and music.
The Zoo focuses on exotic felines and gives each visitor the opportunity to interact with these magnificent creatures one-on-one. Other animals at the zoo include bears emu peacock raccoons and many others.
Miniature golf batting cages bumper boats go-carts ice cream parlor and gift shop.
Miniature golf course.
Make your own ceramics pottery jewelry mosaics painted glass silk and wood art.
Sport fishing charters on Lake Huron
Enjoy terrific shopping at over 100 of your favorite stores including Abercrombie & Fitch Macy's TJ Maxx Aeropostale Pier 1 Imports American Eagle and Victoria's Secret! Grab a bite at any of our great restaurants and catch the latest hit at our 9-screen cinema. You can also take a break and let the kids loose in the soft-play area or take a spin on the antique carousel in the Food Court!
Moto Cross Racing every week from Spring through Fall.
Full and half day fishing charters as well as evening cruises and color tours available. Over 75 years experience.
Bay City history tour.
An amphibious vehicle that will take you on a tour of Saugatuck and Douglas by land and water.
At Michigan’s #1 cultural tourism destination the exploits of America’s heroes come alive in fascinating breathtaking and educational ways. Featuring Model T rides historic baseball games and the world’s largest steam locomotive – it’s like stepping into a giant encyclopedia that is alive with three-dimensional storytelling.
Family bowling alley.
Bay City Boat Lines provide narrated tours aboard the Princess Wnonah and the Islander.
The three-generation family owned fishery where you can see the fresh caught fish from Lake Michigan including our famous whitefish as well as purchase all t ypes of seafood imaginable. They will take you back behind the scenes to give your family an individual tour if asked. You can
Hockey Arena for the Kalamazoo Wings minor league hockey and publick skating.
Voted the "Best Place to Take Out-of-Towners" and "Best Place to Spend a Day with Your Family" three years in a row the Air Zoo features amusement park-style rides full-motion flight simulators RealD 3D/4D Missions Theater as well as more than 50 rare and historic aircraft plus exhibits and educational activities.
A place for trade shows meetings banquets events and more.
The Kalamazoo Institute of Arts is a special place -- both a museum and community art school. Since 1924 our mission has been to cultivate both the creation and appreciation of the visual arts.
Your Saturday night entertainment hot spot.
Klackles Orchards offers the finest in Agra-entertainment; Apple picking Pumpkins Peaches and more. The Pavilion hosts Sport Events and Tournaments as well as Wedding Receptions.
Recently renovated bowling center with lounge food and entertainment.
Savvy Selection" at Maplewood Farm answers the questions of curious onlookers who have stopped to enjoy watching the Alpacas and Llamas grazing. The store has hats and gloves scarves clothing sofa throws rugs and more items made from Alpaca fleece. Alpaca is softer and three to five times warmer than wool and more durable than cashmere.
An uptown theatre in downtown Saugatuck. "Michigan's Broadway.
The Museum features exhibits highlighting the early days in the County’s history. One of 1000 scenic and interesting places featured in Reader’s Digest 384 page travel book “Off the Beaten Path.”
Offers premier drag strip racing from April through October.
A one-of-a-kind collection of rare antique musical instruments and music- making machines from 1870 through 1930. A stroll through the Music House Museum is like a walk back in time… Enjoy an hour-long musical tour that will explain/demonstrate the unique instruments: Belgian dance organ nickelodeons music boxes pipe organs and the Wurlitzer
Stock Car Racing. Features late model street stock and slammer stock car racing on a 1/3 mile paved oval track.
Renting recreational kayaks. No experience necessary. One to eight hour trips.
The purple museum building houses collections of mining logging farming marine and social memorabilia displayed in romm settings and cases. The 5th order Fresnel lens from the Ontonagon Lighthouse is on display at the museum.
Narrated three hour boat tours along the pristine Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore.
Pirate's Cove "the Original Adventure Golf" offers an unequaled miniature golf experience! The adventures and legends of infamous pirates come to life in our award-winning theme park settings. Putt your way through caves over footbridges and under cascading waterfalls all amidst a fun-filled atmosphere of natural wonders extraordinary landscaping and enchanting pirate lore.
View real shipwrecks aboard a glass bottom boat. Enjoy a two hour narrated tour of the various shipwrecks.
Authentic sternwheeler offering a 1 ½ hour scenic narrated cruise.
A great place to spend the day shopping for antiques treasures.
The casino features over 1200 slot machines from penny to $100 denominations. Play your favorite table games including Blackjack Three Card Poker Four Card Poker Let It Ride Roulette and Craps. Open 24-hours year-round; it's always time to play at Turtle Creek Casino!
Year round horse boarding lessons summer 5-day horse camps full day pony camps birthday parties and more.
Western Michigan University is focused on delivering high-quality undergraduate instruction advancing its growing graduate division and fostering significant research activities.
Bowling Laser Tag Billards Cosmic Golf Sports Bar Fine Dining.
Tours of the old Adventrue Copper Mine. Rated as one of the finest attractions in the Upper Peninsula. Open for Guided surface and underground tours. Shop at the company store for clothing copper antiques head lamps boods climbing and rappelling gear something for everyone.
Canoe/kayak rentals for the AuSable River
Canoe, kayak and small boat rentals available.
Overlooking Lake Michigan Rocky Gap County Park provides a quiet place to enjoy Lake Michigan. With 1100 feet of beach frontage an overlook platform and spectacular views of the lake it’s an ideal location to take a relaxed lunch break enjoy a sunset or cool off with a quick swim.
Class championship golf at neighborhood rates. 82 years of tradition
Beautiful paved trails around Greenville. Perfect for bikes hiking roller blades and skateboards.
Hunting fishing cross country skiing hiking biking horseback riding bird watching.
Canoe rentals for the AuSable River and a mini-golf course
Travel 2600 feet through drifts and tunnels to 400 feet below the Earth's surface; this is America's favorite mine attraction.
A 45 acre recreational facility on Green Bay with 2600 feet of water frontage. Picnic tables grills 2 shelters pavilions restrooms playground baseball field guarded swimming beach fishing nature trails and ample parking.
On M-35 23 miles from Menominee and 1 mile from Cedar River. A 974 acre wilderness area on Lake Michigan’s Green Bay with 150 trailer and tent camping sites electricity water flush toilets swimming beaches bathhouse outdoor center picnic areas nature trails and an adventure program throughout the summer.
Always a fishing favorite. Located just 18 miles north of the AmericInn of Silver City.
This popular un-groomed non-motorized trail is situated along Lake Michigan on the north side of US-31. The trail runs 26 miles round trip along Little Traverse Bay. Trail users may bike skate ski walk or run from Charlevoix to Petoskey. The trail starts north of town and parking is available at the AmericInn.
Leave the 21st century behind and hop on a ferry to Mackinac Island. Transportation is limited to horse-drawn carriage bicycle or foot in this living time capsule. However you choose to get around historic sites quaint shops a scenic coastline and an award-winning state park await you.
Part of Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore one of the unique sandstone formations. Picnic areas are available and a breathtaking view of Lake Superior and Pictured Rocks. Just down from the rock formatiaon lies Miners Beach and Miners River.
Skiing and snowboarding perfect for the entire family.
One of the area's finest golf courses. You'll be inspired by its rolling fairways undulating greens and an abundance of oak trees from which it earned its name.
Known worldwide as one of the best jumping hills with top jumpers competing. Annual competition held mid-February. The jump can be visited year round.
One of the few remaining large wilderness areas in the Midwest. Towering virgin timber secluded lakes and miles of wild rivers and streams make a visit to the "Porkies" a trip to remember. Areas of attraction within the Porkies include Lake of the Clouds (ADA accessible viewing area) Summit Peak observation tower and the scenic Presque Isle River corridor which hosts the states second largest waterfalls. Join us in August for the annual Music Festival hosted by the Friends of the Porkies.
Canoe Kayak and Mountain Bike Rentals. Located at the entrance to the Union Bay Campground area on M-107 on the east side of the Park and they also provide shuttle service to all areas in the park and canoe delivery to rivers and streams suitable for canoeing. Firewood and ice for sale.
35-minute scenic ride through the sand dunes of Saugatuck.
Skiing Snow Boarding and Tubing
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