Boyne City Area Calendar of Events

January - February - March - April - May - June
July - August - September - October - November - December
Spring - Summer - Fall - Winter

Winter in Northern Michigan


Northern Michigan does winter right. No gray, mushy, damp days here. Blue skies, crisp temperatures and abundance of snow makes winter just as it is supposed to be: perfect.

Cross Country Skiing
If you enjoy the vigorous exercise of cross country skiing, Northern Michigan is for you. More than a dozen trails attract a skiers. The Petoskey State Park, Wildwood, Nub's Nob, and Birchwood Country Club are just a few great places to cross country ski. Each February, the Loppet takes place, a cross country ski trek from Harbor Springs to Cross Village.

Downhill Skiing
Downhill skiing is Northern Michigan. We boast of downhill skiing because we have it all: three spectacular resorts with a variety of terrain. Nub's Nob and Boyne Highlands, both outside Harbor Springs, and Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls, provide a ski experience that will bring you back for more. Ski schools, racing, demonstrations, snowboarding, night skiing, apres ski--what more can you ask for.


If snowmobiling is your passion, then you have come to the right place. Miles and miles of trails can take you from the woods to the water's side, from the countryside to a spot for a warm drink. The annual Moose Jaw Safari attracts hundreds of snowmobilers each February as they sled from Harbor Springs to Lark's Lake where the famous bean pot awaits.

It may be the old fashioned way to get around in the snow, but it works and is gaining in popularity every year. And one hour of moderate snowshoeing burns 700 calories. Try any of the area cross country ski trails or take part in guided snowshoes by the Little Traverse Conservancy.

Skating and Sledding
Iceskating on a beautiful winter evening with the stars overhead just can't be beat. Outdoor rinks in Petoskey, Boyne City, Charlevoix, Boyne Falls, Harbor Springs and Boyne Highlands along with indoor skating in Harbor Springs provide wonderful opportunities to glide across the ice. Sledding hills are perfect for a fast trip down the hill on a sled followed by hot chocolate in the warming house.

Winter in Northern Michigan: Petoskey, Harbor Springs, Mackinac Island, and more...

Northern Michigan Calendar of Events by Month or Season:

January - February - March - April - May - June
July - August - September - October - November - December
Spring - Summer - Fall - Winter

For more activities & attractions, check out these additional links for Things to Do in Northern Michigan:

West Michigan Map
Harbor Springs, Michigan -- Harbor Springs is the place to try new things! Rent a bike or a kayak, go snow tubing, attend a concert or an art fair, or play a round of golf with friends.
Petoskey -- There's so much to do in Petoskey from the Bear River Valley Recreation Area, to Petoskey State Park, to biking, golfing, hiking, and more.
Charlevoix, Michigan -- Visiting Charlevoix in Northern Michigan is a fun-filled vacation with great beaches, boating, skiing, fishing and year 'round family fun.
Things to Do in Boyne City, Michigan -- Nothing is quite like Boyne City in Northern Michigan with camping, boating, skiing, year 'round outdoor activities, and of course, the morel mushroom!
Lots of Activities in Mackinaw City, Michigan -- Explore Mackinaw City in Northern Michigan for history, the International Dark Sky Park, and outdoor activities.
Mackinac Island -- Take a step back in time and find lots of things to do when you visit Mackinac Island by horseback or bike--no cars allowed!
Northern Michigan Activities & Things to Do -- Northern Michigan offers many fun things to do for the entire family whatever the season, whatever the reason!
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