Cadillac Area Visitors Bureau
Explore Cadillac, from the wild and natural to the charming and historic. Connect our natural wonders, year-round outdoor sports, fish & wildlife, forest & trails, and cultural heritage. Follow waterfront trails to a vibrant walkable downtown featuring unique shopping, historical exhibits, dining and entertainment. Cadillac, the perfect getaway 365 days a year.
Home to Four Winns Boats, one of the world's largest manufacturers of recreational boat products, it’s situated on Lake’s Cadillac and Mitchell, surrounded by the Huron-Manistee National Forest, featuring an abundance of wildlife from Kirtland's Warbler to the American Black Bear. With convenient highway access from US 131, M 115, and M 55, the Cadillac area is a comfortable road trip from any direction.
Fall: Offering fall color routes, beer & spirits trails, and 4 self-guided routes covering 150 miles of rural countryside designed by our foresters from the US Forest Service, encapsulating every stage, type of tree and color from deep reds to brilliant golds.
Winter: While snowmobiling on over 200 miles of trails, downhill skiing & snowboarding 34 runs, and year-around fishing on three inland lakes are Cadillac's best known winter recreational pursuits, winter enthusiasts are not restricted to the formal constraints of most resort areas. Cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, hunting, photographic quests, fat tire trails and camping opportunities in this area rival any in the country.
Spring/Summer: When the snow melts, Cadillac offers an abundance of opportunities for fishing, boating, paddling, hiking, biking, fishing, and bird-watching. The Cadillac area is also an Award Winning Midwest Golf Destination featuring a collection of seven golf courses to challenge the golfer from every skill level.
Cadillac Visitors find a wide variety of high quality true adventure experiences of almost every outdoor activity imaginable, year around. Check their website and sign-up for their e-new for relevant updates.
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