Traverse City Tourism is now on Tik Tok! We are excited to spread our love for our region across this new platform. We love highlighting the hidden gems, historic landmarks, and favorite adventures of Traverse City in new ways and we can't wait to bring you along for the ride. Take a look below for a Q/A of what to expect with our new platform presence!
This spring, summer, and fall, we can’t wait to open our (out)doors to you. Outdoor events and meetings are a perfect way to keep your guests feeling safe and comfortable while they enjoy a beautiful setting.
Spring break is just around the corner, and it’s the perfect time to escape up north for some much-needed R&R. Whether you’re traveling with your family, significant other, or a few close friends, there are plenty of fun and safe things to do for spring break in northern Michigan.
We get snow in northern Michigan…often lots of it. If you don’t like winter driving or would like to relax while someone else does the driving, one of the best ways to get around to shops and dining is to hop on the free BATA Bayline Bus route!
This year, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources celebrates its 100th year! In honor of the centennial, we spoke with our friends at the DNR to learn a bit more about the amazing state parks in our region.
Traverse City has gone to the dogs, and we’re very okay with that! In fact, today we’re highlighting some of our all-time favorite pups who love to snuggle up with visitors and locals alike here in town. Check out these four-pawed superstars who make each day up north a little brighter.
Whether you’re a skier, snowshoer, snowmobiler, or just a fan of all things snow, there’s something special about visiting Traverse City in the winter. The trees are coated in white, the lakes have turned a frosty blue, and the lights downtown always seem to be twinkling.
This year, we’re celebrating winter fun in style with our Escape Packages.
Welcome to the fourth part in our series Behind the Tasting Room! We are continuing our look behind the winemakers' curtain focusing on wineries and vineyards in the Traverse City region. Today's feature is covering Black Star Farms, enjoy a sneak peek of the future and an in-depth look at what's happening in the cellar.
Snowshoeing is one of the best ways to see Traverse City in winter: rentals are affordable, you get a great workout, and there are tons of places to explore. It may take a few minutes for newbies to get used to a new stride, but once you’re winding through a forest on top of the snow, pausing to catch a glimpse of an eagle overhead or a deer dashing across your path, you’ll know like you’re in a pretty great place.