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Welcome Winter!

Winter has arrived in West Michigan! 
Whether you are looking for leisurely snowshoe walks, downhill skiing adventures, speeding through snowmobile trails, or a warm spot to enjoy a locally made beverage, West Michigan has something for everyone to enjoy the beauty of this winter playground.


Traverse City

Plan Your Best Winter Ever!

Seasonal adventures await you in Traverse City. Find awe-inspiring moments in your Happy Place. Take in the scenic overlooks at the Sleeping Bear Dunes, remember days gone by at historic lighthouses, sip wine on the Traverse Wine Coast and be sure to play outdoors in winter’s playground.

 


Belliare Chamber of Commerce

There was a time when winter in the north saw many small communities “close shop” until the spring thaw. Not anymore. Wintertime in Bellaire is a buzz of activity. Between skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, fat biking, and snowshoeing…it is an outdoor lovers galore. For those who do not enjoy these popular winter past times we suggest taking in the town. Most shops, restaurants and entertainment spots remain open all winter long. There is always something to do in this community.

 

 


Fenn Valley Winery, Fennville

Enjoy Fenn Valley’s expansive patio locations year around!

Private Vineyard Igloos are the ideal way to enjoy premium Michigan wine and hard cider with plenty of social distancing. Igloos include heaters, blankets, a dedicated server, and a hand-crafted charcuterie board! Wine and hard cider is available by the glass, bottle or tasting flight. Each igloo is private and is sanitized and aired out for an extended time between groups. Book your igloo today!

 

 


Keweenaw Peninsula

Endless trails and abundant powder make the Keweenaw Peninsula the perfect destination for cross country skiing and fat tire biking. During a normal winter, the Copper Country receives around 270+ inches of snow. Combine that with 160+ kilometers of unique trails across the Keweenaw, you’ll find plenty of opportunities to enjoy these invigorating winter pastimes. Between Houghton to Copper Harbor, you’ll find three state parks and seven unique trail systems waiting to be explored. Lean More at Keweenaw.info.

 

 

 

 


Mecosta County

Create Your Own Winter Adventure Exploring Mecosta County!

Experience our beautifully landscaped trails perfect for snowmobiling, snowshoeing or cross-country skiing. Enjoy a leisurely stroll or try an invigorating adventure on one of our more challenging trails. Explore ice fishing with over 100 lakes, numerous streams and of course the mighty Muskegon River. Excite your taste buds at a local restaurant along with unique shops and venues. End your day at one of our amazing lodging facilities. Plan your stay at ww.BigRapids.org.