Northern Michigan Vacation: Win a Ski Getaway!

This Shanty Creek promotion is now closed and we've chosen a winner. Our January 2012 contest is for a ski & spa weekend at Crystal Mountain. Subscribe to our newsletters to receive notices on all our promotions in your email.

Northern Michigan Vacation: Enter to win a two-night ski vacation to Shanty Creek Resorts, a full-service three village resort located northeast of Traverse City. This fabulous giveaway package includes:

Two Nights Lodging in a Lakeview Hotel King Parlor Suite plus connecting standard guest room (1 King Bed + 2 Queen Beds and 2 Bathrooms), with a preferred view overlooking Lake Bellaire. Your stay includes complimentary Night of Arrival skiing.

  • 6 Two-Day Super Tickets valid at Schuss and Summit Mountains.
  • 6 Two-Day Ski or Snowboard Rental Packages.
  • 6 Tickets for 1-Hour of Snow Tubing.

Includes all taxes and resort fees. Must make booking arrangements within 14 days of arrival. Subject to availability. Blackout Dates: Feb 17–21, 2012. Expiration Date: March 25, 2012. Winner will be chosen at random after the contest ends on January 3rd.

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Shanty Creek Resorts delivers winter fun throughout its 4,500 acres. With Schuss and Summit mountains featuring 53 runs and 4 terrain parks, plus 30km of Nordic skiing, a 5-lane tubing park and on-property snowmobiling on nearly 175 inches of annual snowfall, it's no wonder families have chosen Shanty Creek Resorts for almost 50 years. Schuss Mountain's 450 foot vertical drop has earned Shanty Creek "Best Downhill Terrain in the Midwest" from