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Historic Gaslight District
#1 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Petoskey
We enjoyed strolling and shopping in a wide variety of eclectic shops while enjoying the abundance of beautiful flowers and sparkling views of the bay.
Great shopping at many unique and creative retailers with a bounty of beautiful flowers and fabulous view!
Crooked Tree Arts Center
#2 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Petoskey
I love Victorian architecture and to be able to view the inside is a bonus.
Bay View Association
#3 of 3 Sights & Landmarks in Petoskey
I loved driving through this Chautauqua area with all the lovely, colorful homes, gardens, picket fences... stunning views of the lake from some areas, and everything is so lovely and neat.
The local camp was listed as a National Historic Landmark district in 1987 as one of the best-preserved examples of the Methodist Camp Meeting movement, as originally built in 1876, and adapted to the Chatauqua mo...
Tunnel of Trees - M119 Harbor Springs 11.3 km away
#2 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Harbor Springs
The canopy of trees is simply amazing along with many historic villages with beautiful old homes, manicured yards and views!
A winding road spectacular forest and every once in a while you get a wonderful view of Lake Michigan from up high.
Pond Hill Farm Harbor Springs 14.0 km away
#1 of 2 Sights & Landmarks in Harbor Springs
Enjoy an amazing Farm-To-Table meal in a gorgeous cafe, taste fine Michigan Wines, walk through a stunning vineyard with view of Lake Michigan, have a craft beer brewed on site, feed the animals, take a hay ride,...
We enjoyed great views of Lake MI from their Sunset Hill Vineyard Overlook with several rows of grape vines covered with white mesh netting so birds wouldn’t eat the clusters of bluish-purple grapes.