Petoskey KOA

1800 North US 31

Petoskey, MI 49770

Reserve: 800-562-0253

Info: 231-347-0005

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Local Area Attractions

Visit a vineyard in Harbor Springs, splash through Michigan's largest indoor water park or tour a chocolate factory in Petoskey. Here's some answers to the question "What should we do today?"

Petoskey Stones Photo

Petoskey Stones

Search for the unique State stone which is named after our area. Comb the lakeshore for famous fossils.

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Inland Waterway Photo

Inland Waterway

Enjoy 40 miles of beautiful cruising, fishing and sporting activities on 4 lakes and 2 rivers all connected together in a truly unique setting.

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The Cross in the Woods Photo

The Cross in the Woods

Witness the large Cross sculpted from a Giant Redwood Tree. It is one of Michigans best known attractions. Browse through the largest doll museum of its kind in the United States.

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Million Dollar Sunsets Photo

Million Dollar Sunsets

Watch the sun slowly sink into scenic Little Traverse Bay in Petoskey.

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Tunnel of Trees Drive Photo

Tunnel of Trees Drive

Drive along the Lake Michigan shoreline high upon a bluff and explore the historic towns of Good Hart and Cross Village.

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Mackinac Island Photo

Mackinac Island

Explore historic forts, ride horse drawn carriages, see famous Grand Hotel, wonder at unique rock formations, and see the Mackinac Bridge, the Worlds Longest Suspension Bridge on Mackinac Island .

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Saulte Ste. Marie Photo

Saulte Ste. Marie

Visit the Soo Locks, the busiest Locks in the world, learn about Great lakes maritime history in the Ship Museum, this is also your gateway to Canada.

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Tahquamenon Falls Photo

Tahquamenon Falls

Relax and enjoy scenic waterfalls in a spectacular natural setting.

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Agawa Canyon Train Tour Photo

Agawa Canyon Train Tour

Tour through forests, rocky gorges and wildlife viewing them through large picture windows. Get out at the floor of the canyon and take a stroll along the Agawa River.

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