In the last few years, plenty of people have been discovering the beauty of Michigan’s Traverse City region. But those heart-stopping views of sky, water and shore don’t disappear with the brilliant kaleidoscope of fall foliage. Instead, the area’s landscape transforms into a magnet for skiers, snowmobilers and snowshoe hikers who consider Traverse City one of the country’s most beautiful winter destinations.
Everything you love about Traverse City is still here. Great restaurants, charming downtown boutiques, wine tasting on the Old Mission and Leelanau wine trails, and exhilarating outdoor recreation. And with fewer crowds and great off-season pricing, now is the perfect time to follow your compass to True North.
Traverse City’s bustling downtown boasts over 150 boutiques, shops and galleries, and its restaurants enjoy a national reputation for their fresh, innovative regional cuisine. That’s why Traverse City has been named “one of America’s great foodie towns” and “one of the top 10 places to enjoy local wine.”
Traverse City is also one of America’s most charming “art towns,” with dozens of galleries, studios and museums, two symphony orchestras, two theater companies and a vibrant club scene. And with the world-famous Interlochen Center for the Arts just down the road, there’s music, dance and drama from some of the world’s most talented performers.
There’s really no doubt about it--Traverse City is the perfect place for your next winter getaway.