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?"
Search for the unique State stone which is named after our area. Comb the lakeshore for famous fossils.
Enjoy 40 miles of beautiful cruising, fishing and sporting activities on 4 lakes and 2 rivers all connected together in a truly unique setting.
Witness the large Cross sculpted from a Giant Redwood Tree. It is one of Michigan's best known attractions. Browse through the largest doll museum of its kind in the United States.
Watch the sun slowly sink into scenic Little Traverse Bay in Petoskey.
Drive along the Lake Michigan shoreline high upon a bluff and explore the historic towns of Good Hart and Cross Village.
Take a deep breath and soak in our clean, fresh air. Then put on your hiking shoes, grab a fishing pole, saddle up or find a boating buddy. There's no better place for enjoying outdoor recreation than the Petoskey Area.
The dining options here are as varied as our guests! Family style restaurants, romantic eateries, and places perfect for grabing a bowl of soup and a salad. We've got something to fit your taste buds and your budget.
Flower boxes overflow with color and the aroma of fresh baked breads and pastries waft through the air while you stroll. Shops offer high fashion for men and women, children's wear, art and photo galleries, country crafts and antiques and much, much more.
Family style hay rides and trail rides through mountainous terrain are available here. Or bring the whole family on a hay ride. Either way, come on up and horse around in the Petoskey Area.
Perhaps you like the excitement of kite boarding or jet skiing. Maybe you want to just float down a lazy river with your paddles propped across the top of your canoe. The pleasure is yours for the taking in the Petoskey Area. Whitewater excitement can now be found on Petoskey's Bear River. This mile long course is the only one of its kind in the lower peninsula. Rentals of kayaks and ducks are available if you want to give it a try.
That doesn't mean this area has to always be empty. When you start reviewing camping options, your history will display here to help compare sites and find the best stay. You will be able to share your stay information with friends or family and save it for a later time if you have a KOA.com Account.