Cuddle up in the car and watch a movie on the big screen at the Monroe Street Drive-In Theatre this…
Peak color season is early this year, plan your trip Up North now and enjoy an overnight stay in Petoskey October 7th – 14th. Here are six fun activities your family will love.
Drive Through The Tunnel of Trees
#MomLife feature Jessica from @DepartingDTW lists The Tunnel of Trees M119 as her favorite fall destination, put on your favorite playlist a cruise through the 20 mile highway for vibrant fall colors and tree top canopies.
Pond Hill Farm
Pond Hill Farm in Harbor Springs is a family favorite and the weekly fall festival takes place Saturdays and Sundays from September 26th to October 25th and features unique activities like pumpkin bowling and apple golf. The barn is open year-round to visit animals and so is the playground – the perfect spot for kids to play while you sip on a beer or wine.
Find a Petoskey Stone
Science lesson, scavenger hunt and souvenir – hit the beach and go hunting for a Petoskey stone. The state’s official stone is the result of glacial movement and fossilization millions of years ago! you can find them at the breakwall in downtown Petoskey, Magnus City Park Beach on West Lake Street and Petoskey State Park on M-119 on the way to Harbor Springs
Family Dinner at Legs Inn
For nearly a century Legs Inn has been serving up authentic Polish food off the cost of Sturegon Bay. Sit back, relax and take in the views from the outdoor garden seating.
Explore Castle Farms
Bring your princesses and train lovers to Castle Farms. Explore the grounds and gardens of Castle Farms property and check out the observation towers for a bird’s eye view of Michigan’s largest outdoor model train. Set among the towers and gardens, two separate lines together feature more than 70 trains covering over 2,500 feet of track.
Make A Splash At Avalanche Bay
Unpack the swim suit and plan a family adventure at Avalanche Bay Indoor Waterpark. Michigan’s largest indoor waterpark features rides, slides, splash pads, and pools. The play structure alone provides hours of fun with multiple levels, bridges, dumping buckets, slides, and water sprays. Plan an overnight stay or stop by for an afternoon splash.
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About Carrie Budzinski
Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..