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Petoskey is a charming lakeside community with unmatched beauty and charm. It is known for its breathtaking views, Victorian architecture, historic Gaslight Shopping District, and Michigan’s state stone, the Petoskey Stone.
Speaking of Petoskey Stones, the nearby villages of Alanson and Walloon Lake Village are just, well, a stone’s throw away. Be sure to take the short trip from Petoskey to each while you’re here. The rustic appeal of Alanson and the 100-ft. waters that make Walloon Lake a fisherman’s delight will definitely add to your up north experience. Boaters especially like the Inland Waterway, the 38-mile long water trail that eventually leads all the way to Lake Huron.
Along with the spectacular views of crystal-blue Little Traverse Bay, one of the first things to catch your eye as you arrive in Petoskey is the elegant Victorian architecture in the homes and buildings. The Bay View community alone has more than 400 homes on the National Historic register. A walk through our neighborhoods and shopping districts is a return to a simpler, more refined time.
Petoskey is also a place where you’ll never run out of things to do. From browsing through the charming boutiques, to taking in live entertainment, to visiting intriguing museums and historical sites, it’s all here waiting to be explored. A great way to see the area is on a bike. The Little Traverse Wheelway is a beautiful route that can be picked up in a number of place and goes all the way from Charlevoix to Harbor Springs. Separate trails will take you through the Bear River Recreational Valley and into Alanson – some of the routes are a part of the North Country Trail, which links seven states and covers 4,600 miles from New York to North Dakota.