Traverse City KOA

9700 S M-37

Buckley, MI 49620

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Historic Perry Hannah House Photo

Historic Perry Hannah House

A massive Victorian Mansion once home to one of the founders of Traverse City.

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Great Lakes Children's Museum

13240 S West-Bay Shore Dr
Traverse City, MI 49684
231-932-4526

The mission of the Great Lakes Children's Museum is to surround children and the adults in their lives with a hands-on, interactive and informal educational environment that will invite curiosity, allow exploration, encourage participation and celebrate the child-like wonder in all of us.

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City Opera House

106 E. Front St.
Traverse City, MI 49684
321-941-8082

Traverse City's handsome second-story City Opera House has been a source of community pride since its construction in 1891. The first building in Traverse City to install electric lights, the Opera House hosted plays, lectures, meetings, balls, concerts and vaudeville acts before closing in 1920. It is being restored to its former splendor, and is now used for a variety of community meetings, dances and other events.

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Dennos Museum Center

1701 E. Front St.
Traverse City, MI 49686
231-995-1055

The Michael and Barbara Dennos Museum Center features both the visual and performing arts. Changing exhibitions focus on a variety of media and subjects from historical art to contemporary work by artists of state, national and international stature. The museum's permanent display of sculpture, prints and drawings by the Inuit artists of the Canadian arctic is one of the largest and most historically complete collections anywhere. A hands-on Discovery Gallery is especially popular with children. The Milliken Auditorium showcases the performing arts, including theater, dance and music.

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Candle Factory Photo

Candle Factory

301 Grandview Parkway
Traverse City, MI 49684
800-292-3616

This is one of America's largest candle retailers. Come and enjoy demonstrations that can be arranged in advance for groups. The historical and artistic ambiance has been developed to entertain visitors of all ages.

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Turtle Creek Casino

7741 M-72 E
Williamsburg, MI 49690
800-922-2946

Owned and operated by the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, both casinos offer Black Jack, Caribbean Stud Poker, Craps, Roulette, and over 200 slots including progressives. Enjoy nationally recognized entertainment in the state-of-the-art Sands Showroom.

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Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes Photo

Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes

9922 Front St
Empire, MI 49630
231-326-5134

Sleeping Bear took its name from an Ojibway legend about its formation. According to the story, a mother bear and her two cubs were driven by forest fires from what is now Wisconsin and forced to swim across Lake Michigan. When the mother bear reached the Michigan shore, she turned to discover that her cubs had vanished. The Great Spirit was so touched by her plight that he had her fall off to sleep there, creating Sleeping Bear Dune, and marked the place where her cubs disappeared by creating the Manitou Islands.

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Cherry Bowl Drive-In Theater Photo

Cherry Bowl Drive-In Theater

9812 Honor Highway
Honor, MI 49640
231-325-3413

Turn back the clock at a 50's style drive-in movie theater. They are always playing a double-feature, always with a rating of PG-13 or less. It's fun for the whole family! You are sure to appreciate the massive food selection at the concession building too! With the closing of so many of the drive-ins throughout the county, it could be an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!

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Grand Traverse Lighthouse Photo

Grand Traverse Lighthouse

15500 N. Lighthouse Point Rd
Northport, MI 49670
231-386-7195

One of the oldest lighthouses on the lakes, the Grand Traverse Lighthouse at the tip of the Leelanau Peninsula has guided ships through the northern entrance to the Manitou Passage for 150 years. Located nine miles north of Northport in the Leelanau State Park, the lighthouse was home to generations of keepers and their families. Extensive exhibits chronicle their lives and the experiences of those who sailed the lakes.

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Leelanau Sands Casino Photo

Leelanau Sands Casino

2521 NW Bay Shore Dr
Peshawbestown, MI 49682
231-534-8100

Owned and operated by the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians, both casinos offer Black Jack, Caribbean Stud Poker, Craps, Roulette, and over 200 slots including progressives. Enjoy nationally recognized entertainment in the state-of-the-art Sands Showroom.

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