Located on Lake Michigan’s shore, the quaint small town called Petoskey has always had our hearts. Learn from a local, our favorites spots in Petoskey.
Petoskey Breakwall: The Petoskey Breakwall is a must-see in Petoskey. A popular hang out for teens and families on sunny, calm water days. You can walk right out and take in the beautiful views of Lake Michigan and if you’re brave enough, take a jump into the water (at your own risk, of course).
Little Traverse Wheelway: This paved bike path runs from Charlevoix to Harbor Springs and is a whopping 26 miles long. Pack a backpack with some snacks and water, grab the bikes, and take a ride along Lake Michigan for a trip you’ll never forget.
Pennsylvania Park: Located in the center of Petoskey’s Downtown, this grassy park is great for a family picnic, a game of catch, or to visit with friends. The park has public restrooms, picnic tables, a gazebo, and several war memorials.
Magnus Park: Located on Lake Michigan, this campground is a hidden treasure within walking distance of Petoskey’s Downtown. The park has a sandy beach on Lake Michigan to swim or search for Petoskey Stones.
Ed White Field: Located on Lake Michigan, this softball field hosts many baseball and softball tournaments throughout the summer. It’s a fun place to grab some snacks from the concession stand and watch a ball game at.
Bayfront Park: At Bayfront Park, there’s a fishing pond, playground, marina, a history museum, and much more. All located on Lake Michigan, It’s a special place to enjoy the day!
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