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Boyne Highlands Buzz - November 22, 2016

Boyne Highlands Buzz - November 22, 2016

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Machine Groomed for Friday, December 9

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W 22 °F 0 Trails of 55 0 Lifts of 10 0 Acres of 435
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15 - 20″ 3″ Past 24 Hours
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Attractions


Kilwin's Chocolate Kitchen
One smell and you'll know why this company ships their sweets all over the world! Tours are offered during summer months.

  • 1050 Bay View Road, Petoskey | 231.347.3800

Michigan Fisheries Visitor Center
Find informative guided hatchery tours, self-guided hiking/nature trails and interpretive exhibits and interactive displays. Hatchery tours and nature trails are open May through October.

  • 3377 U.S. 31, Oden | 231.348.0998

Petoskey Stone Hunting
These "stones" are really chunks of fossilized coral thought to be 350 million years old. Best hunting places are the beaches at Petoskey State Park and Magnus City Park. No license required.

  • Area Beaches

Pond Hill Farm
This is a working farm, market, and greenhouse. The market features unique canned items, organic vegetables, meats and fish.

  • 5581 South Lake Shore Drive, Harbor Springs | 231.526.3276

Raven Hill Discovery Center
Hands-on museum with emphasis on science, history and the arts. Includes live animal exhibits and many activities.

  • 04737 Fuller Road, East Jordan | 231.536.3369

Skydive Harbor Springs
Enjoy a half hour scenic flight around Little Traverse Bay on your way to jump altitude. Strapped to your experienced tandem instructor, you'll jump over the Harbor Springs coastline.

  • Harbor Springs | 231.242.8822

 

Beaches


Thorne Swift Nature Preserve, Harbor Springs
Zoll Street Beach, Harbor Springs
Zorn Park, Harbor Springs
Magnus City Park Beach, Petoskey
Petoskey State Park, Petoskey
West Park Beach, Bay Harbor
Bliss Township Beach, Bliss
Cross Village Beach, Cross Village
Good Hart Beach, Good Hart
Readmond Township Beach, Good Hart

 

Boat Tours / Charters / Ferries


Arnold Transit
More than 100 years of passenger ferry service to historic Mackinac Island. Operates May to October.

  • Mackinaw City and St. Ignace | 800.542.8528

Beaver Island Boat Company
Provides passage from Charlevoix to Beaver Island (32 miles). Also offers guided tours of "America's Emerald Isle". Operates mid-April to December.

  • Charlevoix | 888.446.4095 

Gail-Force Charters
Enjoy a great fishing experience with Captain Tim Wildfong who has over 20 years of fishing on the Great Lakes for king salmon, brown and lake trout, coho and walleye. All fishing equipment provided.

  • Bay Harbor | 989.245.3585

Ironton Ferry
This five-minute, 100-yard voyage across the South Arm of Lake Charlevoix saves visitors a 15-mile drive. Generally operates mid-April to mid-November.

  • Ironton | 231.547.7200

Ruddy Duck Charters
Trout and salmon charters.

  • Petoskey I 231.347.3232

Shepler's Mackinac Island Ferry
For three generations, the Shepler family has been ferrying vacationers to historic Mackinac Island. Operates May through October.

  • Mackinaw City and St. Ignace | 800.828.6157

Star Line
The largest modern fleet serving Mackinac Island and offering sunset cruises. Operates May to October.

  • Mackinaw City and St. Ignace | 800.638.9892

Sunshine Charters
Two-hour sailing adventures mid-June through Labor Day leaving from the marina in Charlevoix.

  • Charlevoix | 231.547.0266

Ward Brothers
Trout, salmon and steelhead charters.

  • Charlevoix | 231.547.2371

WhiteCap Charters
Tours by appointment for up to six passengers on Lake Charlevoix, Lake Michigan and Little Traverse Bay. Perfect for fall colors tours!

  • Petoskey and Charlevoix | 231.675.1127

 

Bowling


Northern Lights Recreation Center
Arcade action along with bowling, billiards and indoor miniature golf.

  • 8865 M-119, Harbor Springs | 231.347.3100

 

Breweries


Beards Brewery
Located in the heart of downtown Petoskey, Beards offers a low key environment to enjoy a pint or two.

  • 207A Howard Street, Petoskey | 231.753.2221

Petoskey Brewing
Originally opened as the Petoskey Brewing Company in 1898 this historic building owes its unique stature to the brewing practices of the late 19th century. Closed in 1915, it wasn't until 2012 that beer once again flowed within the walls of the "Old Brewery."

  • 1844 M-119, Petoskey | 231.753.2057

 

Casino


Odawa Casino Resort
Guests will find more than 1,500 loose slot machines, dozens of Las Vegas style table games, dining and unique shopping. Complimentary shuttle service is offered for resort Guests.

  • 1760 Lears Road, Petoskey | 877.442.6464

 

Fishing


Hidden River Golf and Casting Club
Catch and release is allowed. Guides are recommended.

  • 7688 Maple River Road, Brutus I 231.529.4653

Morgan Trout Farm
Public fishing that's perfect for kids and adults alike. No license required and no catch limit. Fly fishing available by appointment.

  • U.S. 31 North, Alanson | 231.548.4114

 

Hiking


Little Traverse Conservancy Nature Preserves
More than seven different trail systems in Charlevoix and Emmet counties are protected by the Little Traverse Conservancy.

Petoskey Multipurpose Trail
Trail runs from Charlevoix on U.S. 31 through Bay Harbor and Bay View. In Petoskey, the path winds through beautiful Bayfront Park. 29 miles start to finish, small segment on-road on U.S. 31.

 

Historical Sites & Museums


Andrew Blackbird Museum
The former home of this important figure in history is now the Andrew Blackbird Museum. The museum is committed to preserving and sharing the rich heritage of Indian customs, arts, craft, music, poetry and language. Open year-round.

  • 368 E. Main, Harbor Springs | 231.526.0612

Bay View Association
This century old Victorian community of nearly 500 cottages is a National Historic Landmark. Summer programs include concerts, theater, operas, lectures, recreational programs, educational classes and religious services which are open to the public.

  • Petoskey | 231.347.6225

Harbor Springs History Museum
The Harbor Springs Area Historical Society is pleased to welcome visitors to its new home located in the former city hall. Please call for scheduled hours of operation.

  • 349 E. Main, Harbor Springs | 231.526.9771

Little Traverse History Museum
On Petoskey's beautiful waterfront, this museum is the restored Pere Marquette train depot. Exhibits feature Ernest Hemingway's life, Odawa Indian artifacts and the history of the region. Open May to September.

  • 100 Depot Court, Petoskey | 231.347.2620

National Shrine of the Cross-In-The-Woods
This awesome 55-foot cross was made from a redwood tree. In 1959, the 7-ton, 28-foot crucifix was raised into place.

  • On M-68, Indian River | 231.238.8973

 

Miniature Golf


Big Bear Adventures

18-hole adventure golf. Roller racers, twin spin, inflatable bouncer and snack bar.

  • 4261 S. Straits Hwy., Indian River | 231.238.8181

Great American Adventures
Miniature golf plus go-karts, batting cages, driving range and water wars.

  • 2088 US 31 North, Petoskey | 231.347.9566

Pirate's Cove Adventure Golf
18-holes set among the mysteries of the pirate world.

  • 230 US 31 North, Petoskey | 231.347.1123

 

Movie Theatre


Petoskey Cinema

    • 1540 Anderson Road, Petoskey | 231.347.9696

 

Performing Arts


Bay View Association

This century old Victorian community of nearly 500 cottages is a National Historic Landmark. Summer programs include concerts, theater, operas, lectures, recreational programs, educational classes and religious services which are open to the public.

  • Petoskey | 231.347.6225

Crooked Tree Arts Center
Enjoy art shows in gallery area; concerts, recitals, and performing arts in the theater. Annual performances by the Little Traverse Civic Theatre. Original works by local artists on sale. Classes, lessons and workshops.

  • 461 East Mitchell, Petoskey | 231.347.4337

 

Waterparks


Avalanche Bay Indoor Waterpark

This 88,000-square-foot mega-park features six waterslides, a shallow children's pool, wet climbing wall, activity pools, a lazy river, hot tubs, a huge arcade, and the Rip Zone surf simulator - all indoors!

  • Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls | 231.549.7979

 

Wineries


Harbor Springs Vineyard & Winery
Enjoy deliscious wines and hard cider in a beautiful tasting room located at Pond Hill Farm. Sample award winning wine and enjoy a delicious lunch created using produce and meats harvested onsite.

  • 5581 South Lake Shore Drive, Harbor Springs | 231.526.3276

Mackinaw Trail Winery
Enriching life with exceptional wine, Mackinaw Trail Winery offers a 28 acre vineyard, winery and tasting room.

  • 3423 U.S. 131, Petoskey | 231.487.1910

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