Discover The Petoskey Area
Fall in Petoskey Area gives you the chance to explore scenic routes, colorful trails, sip at a local winery, or go for a round of golf. For a truly unique view of the autumn colors, walk across SkyBridge Michigan at Boyne Mountain Resort – the world’s longest timber-tower suspension bridge or maybe a scenic chairlift ride at The Highlands or Boyne Mountain. Maybe you’re looking for the best pumpkin patches, farm markets, or fall festivities like Pond Hill Farm’s Fall Festival Weekends? You can’t go wrong in the Petoskey area communities with all things fall.
What is there to do in the Petoskey Area?
The Petoskey Area prides itself as a four-season destination for unique activities in every season for every vacationer. From biking, skiing, and kayaking to exploring Petoskey's Gaslight Shopping District there is something for everyone.
What is Petoskey Michigan known for?
Petoskey, Michigan is in the heart of the Midwest's most-popular all-season resort area. The Tunnel of Trees in Harbor Springs, Victorian Cottages of Bay View, and endless outdoor activities in every season.
What is a Petoskey Stone?
A Petoskey stone is a rock and fossil from the colonial coral that once lived in the warm Michigan waters over 350 million years ago. It is covered in hexagonal shapes with a dark center and thin lines that radiate from it. This became the state stone in 1965!
Where to find Petoskey Stones?
Petoskey stones are known to be difficult to find due to their unique coral texture that is not visible when the stone is dry. The easiest place to find a Petoskey Stone is a rocky beach where the waves wet the rocks to reveal the unique pattern.
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