Daily Archives: July 14, 2009

  • Change in the Water: New Directions in Lake Huron Fishery Management

    Lake Huron’s rapidly changing ecosystem calls for new ideas in managing the lake and the fish that anglers cherish.

  • Summery Sips in Traverse City

    Four Traverse City spots for summer drinks and great atmosphere, including Cafe Habana, Firefly, Top of the Park and Red Ginger.

  • Ludington State Park Explore Ludington State Park

    You can’t go wrong whether you wander the moss-covered Island Trail, take the short hike to the Big Sable Point Lighthouse or paddle the canoe trail.

  • Explore Leelanau's Picturesque Towns

    Check out these unique, picturesque, Lake Michigan coastal villages on the Leelanau Peninsula, filled with restaurants, shopping, attractions and recreation.

  • Kayak the Upper Chain of Lakes

    Paddle through all six lakes on one trip or break this fabulous landscape into daytrips, either way, you are in for a unique kayaking experience.

  • Whip Up a Northern Michigan Tart Cherry BBQ

    Pick up tart cherries at farm stands and markets from Leelanau County to Traverse City and on to Charlevoix and delight everyone with this homemade cherry barbecue sauce.

  • Fun Festivals in the Little Traverse Bay Region

    Whether it’s weevils, C.S. Lewis or just a good reason to gather with music and activities, Petoskey, Harbor Springs, Bay Harbor and the Little Traverse Bay region love a good festival!