Northern Michigan is a natural hub for sailing enthusiasts.
Three Pines Studio in Cross Village is more than an artist’s studio and gallery
This house is a bit out of the box, being so contemporary,” explains Deb Brown, managing partner for W.B. Builders, Inc. “This was a little bit of a refreshing change – to get the opportunity to build something uncommon.
The camp’s mindful approach to programming is perhaps explained best by its mission to “provide quality character building experiences through educational and recreational programs in a safe, fun environment; serving all ages with an emphasis on youth.”
The Treetops Culinary Adventure Series, the Skiable Feast is a 6K cross-country ski excursion augmented by gourmet food and drink stations along the trails. Treetops rents equipment for the intermediate-level trek. Groups of friends and family can traverse the trail at their own pace.
Spice Harbor is a home cook’s dream. Personally, I could spend hours in any kind of snazzy kitchen gadget and gift store, and Spice Harbor is certainly no exception.
Sometimes they’re called “bungalows” and sometimes “casitas,” but whatever you call them, these 1,080-square-foot homes are pure luxury. Built by James Cesario of J. Cesario Builders and designed by Kelly Paulsen, you can find them at Hearthside Grove in Petoskey.
Enjoying exhilarating winter recreation in Northern Michigan is a breeze with snow tubing, one of the fastest-growing forms of outdoor adventure.
Artist Sue Bolt is a local Charlevoix legend. For 60-plus years, Sue and her husband Russ have been creating one-of-a-kind art in their studio, Grange Hall Pottery, just a few miles south of Charlevoix.
Sure, this beautiful Burt Lake getaway is paradise now, but it wasn’t always so. When homeowner Jennifer Ozment first bought her 5,200-square-foot home...