Petoskey Area Visitors Bureau

Posted on April 11th, 2018

The lakeside communities of Petoskey, Harbor Springs, Boyne City, and Walloon Village are well known as communities who have been welcoming both affluent cottage owners and visitors since 1875. Respect for our traditions, our culture and our environment have kept the descendants of the early cottage owners returning for generations and preserved the small-town charm visitors love. But don’t think that a quaint northern setting means a lack of meeting sophistication – our facilities are state of the art and our planners are as good as you’ll find anywhere and eager to accommodate you!

  • You’ll build a better team! Sure, you can find a perfectly good meeting room just about anywhere but a destination where a delegate’s family can have a blast while they’re in meetings will create stronger relationships. Team building and family activities abound – a golf outing at one of America’s best? An after-dark trip to the International Dark Sky Park? Or maybe zip-lining anyone?
  • Building a Better Bottom Line! It’s pretty widely known that when it comes to looking for the best deals in northern Michigan they’re best found in the earlier spring or in the late fall. But even ‘in season’ there is a better way to shop and it’s earlier in the week. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday – check it out with any of our Petoskey Area hotel sales professionals.
  • The Great Lakes Center for the Arts will be a national destination known for unique cultural performances and events, a leading regional arts and arts education provider and an internationally recognized center for important intellectual dialogue. When the curtain goes up in July, 2018, the Center will present a year-round line-up of programming across all genres, visiting artists, intellectual dialogue, movies and film, and educational programming.

If you would like any help in getting started contact: Peter Fitzsimons at

401 East Mitchell Street
Petoskey, Michigan 49770
800.845.2828 /