Two truths: Traverse City is pretty in the fall, and saving a couple bucks is pretty cool. This season Traverse City Tourism combines the pretties in another round of Fab Fall Specials.
From September 5th through December 15th, visitors can rake in discounts at participating resorts and hotels, plus score exclusive savings on shopping, dining, spa services and entertainment.
If you’re into wine tasting (…or “full glassing”), come check out 40+ wineries in their annual harvest. It’s the same time of year the hops are plucked and used at a dozen local breweries, and the craft distilleries, well, they’re still stilling this fall, too. Whatever your libation, be sure to balance with TC’s drool-worthy food scene, rated among the country’s top five food towns by Bon Appetit.
And hey, if you’re eating and drinking this fall, you should probably get a little exercise too. Whether that’s window shopping the 150+ boutiques, galleries and cafes of downtown Traverse City, or hiking the glowing Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, it’s not hard to get all your steps in Up North. (Especially this time of year, when TripAdvisor.com calls us one of America’s Top 10 Fall Foliage Destinations!)
The Fab Fall Specials must be directly booked through participating hotels, for a complete list visit fabfall.com. Upon check in, you’ll receive coupon books and information on how to spend your time (and money) in all the best places of the season. Discounts? Vacation? Pretty fall colors? Yes, friend. Welcome to Traverse City, where it’s pretty easy to fall in love.
About Traverse City Tourism
Traverse City Tourism is a nonprofit corporation that serves as the area’s official destination marketing organization. Traverse City Tourism works to enhance, reinforce and develop the Traverse City brand by telling the Traverse City story to potential visitors through advertising, marketing, trade shows, publications, sales missions, media relations and Visitor Center services. Its experienced and knowledgeable team members are motivated by pride for their community and a desire to advance its economic well-being without sacrificing the values that make it such a special place.
The Traverse City Visitor Center, centrally located at the corner of Grandview Parkway and Union Street, opened its doors to its first visitor 21 years ago. Operated by the Traverse City Tourism Education Foundation, the Visitor Center is staffed by over 100 friendly and knowledgeable volunteers who help more than 60,000 visitors and residents per year. The Visitor Center has 400+ complimentary brochures on display, featuring area attractions, lodging, shopping, dining, golfing, fishing, outdoor adventures and maps to help you make the most of your trip to Traverse City—plus free smiles! Stop in year-round for a visit or get all your travel needs at TraverseCity.com. We can’t wait to welcome you!