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“I would absolutely love to go on a color tour. It’s beautiful here and I would like to come over some time during the fall season.”
David Knoles Petoskey
“I would rather come for the fall. We really like the leaves changing and the fall air is so comfortable to be out in.”
Rachel Philka, Novi
“The color tour. My favorite is the tunnel of trees - it’s very magical. The colors are just spectacular, especially around all the barns and farm houses.”
Sandy Isleib Empire
“I moved here in May and got just the tail end of the cherry blossoms so that’s a tough choice. I guess I would probably choose color tour just because I’m new to the area and hav- en’t experienced it yet.”
Kristin Moore, Traverse City
“Color tour because I’ve never seen it before but would like to.”
Nick Patti Fort Meyers, FL
“Color Tour. I love the fall colors, there’s such a variety. It’s been a long time — I need to come back.”
Lisa Hornburg Kalamazoo
Vacations Up North
Vacation rentals ranging from cozy to luxurious, some pet friendly. Open year round, we offer properties in these areas: Grand Traverse Bay • Lake Leelanau
Suttons Bay • Cathead Bay/Lk. Michigan Northport • Traverse City.
Call or Text Connie at 231-218-6888 Also, view our Florida rentals at
Have a home you would like to rent? We can help!
Old Settlers Park. This park is 6.5 acres located on the southeastern shore of Glen Lake on South Dunns Farm Road (County Road 675) in Empire Township. Early settlers es- tablished the area as a picnic ground in 1892 with access to Glen Lake. A charming and colorful history of the park is available on our website. Features include fireplaces, barbe- cues, grills, picnic tables, gazebo, chapel, and playground.
Myles Kimmerly Park. This recreation area
is 143 acres, which includes the 4-H Park, located on both sides of County Road 616 in Kasson Township. The amenities here include tennis courts, disc golf, soccer and provide for
Veronica Valley Park. This park is 92.3 acres and is located in Bingham Town- ship at the junction of Maple Valley
Road and County Road 641. The park is a natural area characterized by
gently rolling hills and a beauti- ful meandering stream (Mebert
Creek) that winds though the park. Features include kids fishing pond, hiking
Suttons Bay
an excellent nature ex- perience. For more about history and park fea- tures, visit our website.
trails, trout stream and bird watching.
Glen Arbor Empire
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