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Reinvigorated elegance: The Terrace Inn and 1911 Restaurant, Petoskey

When wife and husband Patty Rasmussen and Mo Rave stayed at The Terrace Inn and 1911 Restaurant in Petoskey nearly two decades ago, their vacation inspired a 17-year ownership of one of Michigan’s most historic hotels.

Winter in The Mitten

Ski, swim, snowshoe and explore the Petoskey area’s premier resorts

Wine and Wander: Mt. Tabor Trails Pairs Great Outdoors with Sip-worthy Libations

For Mother’s Day this year, I decided to gift my mom an experience. After more than a year of lockdowns and limited trips outside of our homes, I hoped an excursion would be more meaningful than the standard candle or gift card.

Taste your way through Fennville

Farm-to-table isn’t just a trend in Fennville; it’s a way of life.

Barothy Lodge: A Historic West Michigan Wilderness Retreat

Relax at a living time capsule and recreation paradise along the Pere Marquette River

A Weekend in Holland

Pack a bag and discover the small-town charm of this lakefront city

Past Meets Present at Port of Ludington Maritime Museum

Located in a former Coast Guard Station overlooking Lake Michigan, Port of Ludington Maritime Museum stands as a gateway to the past.

Victorian Elegance Meets Modern Comfort at Ludington House Bed & Breakfast

Bob Alderink hummed as he whipped up a homemade sweet onion and herb quiche at his historic Ludington bed and breakfast.

The Art of Forest Bathing

As I near the halfway point of my hike on the Lost Lake and Island Loop Trail in Ludington State Park, my pace starts...
Sunrise From Sky - The Pidge Inn, Muskegon

The Pidge Inn Celebrates Muskegon’s History

Pigeon Hill is a former Muskegon sand dune where, in the 19th century, up to 5 million passenger pigeons nested.