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Boyne Highlands features 54 meticulously groomed slopes for all levels of skiing ability and a terrain park and halfpipe with rails and jumps. Boyne Highlands has consistently received the top honors year after year for "best mountain" in the Midwest by Ski Magazine.

For more information on winter activities at Boyne Highlands, click here

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Boyne Highlands offers four world-class golf courses all with breathtaking surroundings including Heather Course, ranked one of the top 100 courses in America by Golf Magazine. Come and experience why northern Michigan is truly America's Summer Golf Capital.

For course details and other information on Boyne Highlands summer sports, click here

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Boyne Highlands is known for their first class ski and golf amenities, but they offer a lot more than ski and golf. You'll find hiking trails, mountain biking trails, tennis courts, a driving range and horseback riding at the resort. There are also numerous restaurants and pubs at the resort for varied dining experiences. Nearby Boyne Mountain also offers 3 additional golf courses, disk golf and Avalanche Bay, Michigan's largest indoor waterpark.

Learn more about Boyne amenities here

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Petoskey State Park, minutes away on the north end of Little Traverse Bay, is situated on 305 scenic acres. The mile-long sandy beach is famed for its "million-dollar sunsets." Other amenities include picnic areas, paved bike paths, hiking, fishing and more. Boat launches are available at nearby Harbor Springs and Petoskey.

Click here for more details on Petoskey State Park

Click here for information on the Petoskey Marina

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Harbor Springs, the deepest natural harbor in the Great Lakes, is a haven for boaters. Charming is the best way to describe the downtown area that boasts boutique shopping, varied dining, marinas and public beaches. The Harbor Springs marina offers 46 transient boat slips.

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For more information on Harbor Springs marina, click here

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The famed "Tunnel of Trees" located on M119 on the coast of Lake Michigan is beautiful during any season, but especially spectacular during the fall. Be sure to visit historic Legs Inn as you enter Cross Village for an authentic polish meal and an amazing view.

Click here for more information on fall color tours

For more information on Legs Inn, click here

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The Mackinac bridge, the world's longest suspension bridge between ancorages, is only a 30 minute drive from our home. Visit the many waterfalls and lighthouses throughout the UP or take a day trip to historic Mackinac Island. 

View a map of Michigan's waterfalls here

For more information on Michigan lighthouses, click here

Learn more about Mackinac Island here

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Miles of state snowmobile trails are easily accessed a half a mile from the resort. Snowmobiles and trailers may be stored at the Ross Pro Shop where you can ride out to the trails at the north end of the property. Snowmobiles are available for rent at Country Wide Services, a short 10 minute ride from Boyne Highlands.

To view a trail map, click here

To learn more about snowmobile rentals, click here

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