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Filled with Fun
There is so much to do in the Harbor Springs area! Each Thursday night in the summer is Street Musique bringing music to several downtown locations. The Farmers Market is on Main Street Wednesday and Saturday mornings Memorial Day to Labor Day and Saturday mornings through mid October. Night of the Arts, July 4th, the Odawa Pow Wow, Ugotta Regatta, Young Americans, Shay Days, Street Sales, Brew Fest, Taste of Harbor Springs, Festival of the Book, Great Lakes Glass Pumpkin Patch, Ladies Night Out, Christmas Tree Lighting, and Holiday Open House, are just some of the wonderful activities that many, many local volunteers help to host. Mark your calendars!
Ahh, the Beach!
Harbor Springs has two beaches in the downtown area. The Zorn Park Beach has a swimming platform, lifeguards, and a bath house while the tiny Zoll Street is a favorite for kayakers and dog owners.
Wander from Harbor Springs to find the Petoskey State Park, Thorne Swift Nature Preserve, Good Hart’s Middle Village Beach, Cross Village beach and Sturgeon Bay. This is the place for beach days!
Tunnel of Trees
Often motorists driving through downtown Harbor Springs will ask: Where is M-119 and the Tunnel of Trees? The answer typically is: You are on it! M-119 heads outside of Harbor Springs and into the Tunnel of Trees, the Heritage Route that offers stunning views of Lake Michigan from a curvy, tree-lined, narrow road.
Designated a state Scenic Heritage Route, the views along the 27.5 mile drive are among the most spectacular in the Midwest. The drive is gorgeous year ‘round but fall, well, there is no prettier place to be. Along the way, stop into Thorne Swift Nature Preserve, Pond Hill Farms, the village of Good Hart, and Legs Inn and Three Pines Studio in Cross Village.
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