Put on a pair of shades, because we are about to share with you, the best sights in Petoskey.

If you’re in Petoskey, there are lots of beautiful sites to see but if you’re crunched for time, here’s 4 you don’t want to miss.

The Petoskey Breakwall: On a day where the water is calm, take a walk out on Petoskey’s Breakwall. You will find lots of locals jumping off the end of the break wall to cool down on a hot day. Try a dip in the water, or you can fish, watch a sunset, and if you’re lucky, you might even find a Petoskey Stone near the shore.

Bear River Recreation: Take a walk along the Bear River in Petoskey. You can choose to take the bike path or the beautiful trails along the river. There’s bridges to walk over, fishermen/women to watch, and beautiful sights to see.

Petoskey State Park: The Dunes here are simply amazing. While they’re not the largest, they are a lot of fun to climb. With Lake Michigan views in front of you, you’ll want to bring your swimsuits, jump in, take a bucket to collect Petoskey Stone, or simply bring a camera for sights you’ll never want to forget.

Little Traverse Bay Ferry: New in 2020. For only $10 for a round trip ticket or $20 for the day, it’s an affordable and fun way to enjoy a ride on Little Traverse Bay. The ferry connects Petoskey, Harbor Springs, and Bay Harbor. Enjoy the views, the fresh air, and local shopping and dining.

What sights are you looking forward to seeing? Let us know in the comment section below.

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The Best Sights in Petoskey, MI