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* Boyne City: Deer Lake Bed & Breakfast is an hour from Traverse City. Staying here offers you summer swimming in the pond, and paddle boating or sail boating in the lake. Fish on-site. In winter, the down hill ski area is a mile and a half. There is a casino 17 miles away.
* Harbor Springs: Kimberly Country Estates is near Lake Michigan beaches and Mackinac Island. Within 10 minutes from here, you can find cross country skiing, down hill skiing, ice skating, and snowshoeing. In summer, you'll find boating, hiking, biking, and sailing available. Championship and PGA golf courses are from 10 to 30 miles away.
* Boyne Falls is in northern Michigan
* Boyne Mountain Lodge is right next to the Boyne Mountain Ski Area, and their Alpine and Monument Golf Course is on-site. The Avalanche Bay Indoor Waterpark is a new addition. Golf, tennis, and skiing are on-site.
* Mountain Run at Boyne is a ski resort for skiiers of all skill levels. Or go snowboarding, tubing, ice skating, and snow shoeing. In spring and summer, you may be more interested in two championship golf courses. Year round, the heated outdoor pool, indoor hot tub, spa, and shopping attract visitors looking for a scenic mountain village get-away.
* The Mountainside Inn and Recreational Rentals are adjacent to Boyne Mountain, and near 500 miles of groomed snowmobile trails. This vacation rental is for groups up to 20 - in winter only. You can rent boats and snowmobiles. Full kitchens are available. Skiing and hot tub are on-site, and restaurants are nearby.
* Mackinaw City features great views of Lake Huron and the Mackinac Straits. See the Big Mackinac Bridge. History buffs should plan a stop at Fort Michillmackinac, nearby. Take a ferry ride to Mackinaw Island. Spend some time at the beach. Plan a daytrip to see the Soo Locks and take a boat tour, about an hours drive. The Grand View Resort has fishing on site. The Super 8 Motel not only has fishing on site, but beach area and golf.
* Mackinac Island may fascinate you with options of staying in the Chippewa Hotel with the Mackinac Island State Park, walking trails, biking, horseback riding, carriage rides, and historic landmarks. Also shopping and Fort Mackinac, nearby.
Indoor Water Park
* Traverse City: Great Wolf Lodge is an all suites indoor water park with Lazy River for the whole family. Kids will enjoy the 100 game arcade on site. Adults will enjoy the full service spa, 3 restaurants, fitness center, hot tub, and shops all on-site.
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