During your Fall Color Tour of Mackinac Island this year don't forget to take in all of the still-blossoming Summer Color. The late summer and early fall flowers and gardens of Mackinac Island are still putting on a dazzling show. Here is a photo of the walkway garden to the Carriage House at the Hotel Iroquois on the Beach. #fallcolorphotos#mackinacisland... See MoreSee Less
Here's a maple tree on Market Street bringing on the fall color show to Mackinac Island. Still a good amount of green but tinges of fall color almost everywhere on the island. There should be a good amount of near-peak color this weekend with the peak of peak color likely happening next week. #fallcolorphotos#mackinacisland... See MoreSee Less
The latest fall color photo from Mackinac Island, Michigan... #mackinacisland#fallcolorphotosThe fall color is slowly emerging on Mackinac Island and peak color will be here soon. If you visit the island any time in the next two weeks, you'll be able to treat yourself to a fantastic fall color tour. ... See MoreSee Less
The hillside below Fort Mackinac with its sumac, bright-red in the morning sun, is leading the fall color show on Mackinac Island. Fall color is emerging with the peak coming soon... There should be good fall color for the next couple of weeks. #mackinacisland#fallcolorphotos... See MoreSee Less
Fall color is emerging on Mackinac Island and the weekend of October 9 – 10, 2010 should be a good peak weekend for a fall color tour visit. Most of the peak color right now is in the interior of the island on higher ground. Still a lot of green leaves near the water. Color should peak on the higher ground this weekend and there should still be good color near the water for the weekend of October 16 & 17.
A good weekend ahead to see the fall color in Leelanau and Benzie Counties... #leelanaucounty#benziecounty#traversecity#fallcolorphotosThis may be the last good weekend coming up to see the fall foliage in the northern lower peninsula. Come on out to Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore and see the beautiful colors. The Pierce Stocking Scenic Drive is still open to vehicle traffic, and we have a Saturday special, Sleeping Bear Inn Tour. #FindYourPark #NPS100 ... See MoreSee Less
The latest fall color photos from Crystal Mountain in Benzie County near Traverse City... #crystalmountain#benziecounty#traversecity#fallcolorphotosA beautiful afternoon for a fall color tour in Benzie County. Here are some photos from Crystal Mountain and on the road in Benzie County. Fall colors are starting to peak. It should be a fantastic weekend for seeing the fall colors in Northern Michigan. ... See MoreSee Less
We took a road trip around Benzie County and stopped at Crystal Mountain to check out the fall color. We found some great fall color with some areas getting close to peaking. There should be vivid, generally peak color this weekend for your color tour and conditions should start being past peak sometime next week.
Fall Color Tour – Crystal Mountain & Benzie County – October 14, 2015 Photo Gallery (Click on photos for captions & slideshow view)
The curtain is falling on this year’s fall color show for many Northern Michigan regions. But many Lower Peninsula communities are holding out for a few more days of autumn splendor.
UPPER PENINSULA Marquette County is displaying peak color now as golden hues filter through gilded leaves on Marquette’s Presque Isle Park—a serene forest that stretches out into Lake Superior. The park is only minutes away from the bustle of downtown Marquette. The shores of the Gitche Gumee—the Ojibwe name for Lake Superior—are home to the final colors of fall for Marquette County. Crimson maples and oaks blend with honeybee yellow birches and moosewood in a final salute, turning to embrace the approaching crystal quiet of winter. St. Ignace and remaining Upper Peninsula counties are currently all at or moving past peak color.
NORTHWEST LOWER PENINSULA
Color seekers traveling to the Charlevoix area will find stunning autumn colors. For a breathtaking sight, locals suggest a hike to the top of Mt. McSauba ski hill to view miles of trees ablaze with striking fall colors.
For the Grand Traverse Bay region, foliage is intensely colored further from the shoreline. This weekend is the perfect time to wander the Traverse Wine Coast, which takes the Leelanau and Old Mission Peninsulas for scenic drives off M-72, Center Road. Colors on M-22 are popping, but not as vibrant as those further inland. Peak color will settle over the Northwest region in less than one week.
NORTHEAST LOWER PENINSULA
Peak color has reached Northeast Lower Michigan! If you’re in Alpena County, take a drive up to the Old and NewPresque Isle lighthouses. Enjoy an afternoon at Ocqueoc Falls—the largest waterfall in Michigan’s Lower Peninsula and the only universally-accessible waterfall in the United States. Top off your color tour with a stop at Knaebe’s Mmmunchy Krunchy Apple Farm in Rogers city or Alpena’s Austin Brothers Beer Company to taste the area’s fresh, vibrant, robust colors of different origins.
WEST CENTRAL LOWER PENINSULA Oceana County leaf peepers should start out on Oceana Drive from New Era to Pentwater for good color viewing. Along the way, stop in at Lewis Farm Market & Petting Zoo in New Era and pick up fresh, locally-sourced items from the Country Dairy farm store. Color seekers traversing the roads, paths and trails of Muskegon and Ottawa counties will find splendid color conditions this coming weekend. Colors in Grand Haven—especially along the water—have not progressed much towards the annual seasonal transformation. However, visitors to the area will find a dusting of color in area parks and along back roads. Visitors to the Mt. Pleasant area should plan a detour to explore the color along the trails of Deerfield Nature Park, for nice color transformation. White Lake, Silver Lake Sand Dunes, Mount Pleasant,Ludington and Grand Haven are less than one week away from prime viewing.
EAST CENTRAL LOWER PENINSULA Frankenmuth’sMain Street is lined with bright colors of the season, decked-out in beautiful yellow and gold adorning the trees along the road. The chilly evenings and wind are bringing the leaves to the ground more and more every morning. Don’t wait too long to tour the area, or you may miss the show. Peak viewing is anticipated to be less than one week away.
SOUTHWEST LOWER PENINSULA
This coming weekend is an ideal time to view local color and as you catch glimpses of Lake Michigan along the West Michigan Pike. Be sure to stop in downtown St. Joseph for unique shopping, great hiking trails and delicious food!
Trees along Blue Star Highway heading south through South Haven and Van Buren County promise good color as the grand transformation continues into the next week. Michigan’s Southwest region will see peak conditions in one to two weeks.
SOUTHEAST LOWER PENINSULA
Fall is showing its true colors in Ann Arbor. Look out for bright yellow maple trees standing out from the crowd. See the vibrant reds and golds of autumn along the Huron River in Ypsilanti’s Riverside Park, then stick around after dark to see the neon electric colors of YpsiGLOW— a downtown dance and art party featuring hundreds of glowing community and artist creations to spark your imagination. The area will experience peak color in less than one week.
Southwest and Southeast Michigan communities are expected to embrace peak conditions in one to two more weeks. But rain and wind can change predictions quickly and bring peak color quicker than anticipated.
Look through these Michigan Fall Color Tours to help you plan a route for your next fall getaway. Whether your interests lie in urban fun or in nature, we have the perfect fall excursion away from the hustle and bustle.
Share with us the excitement of Harvest! Brian’s cellar and still will be open to smell wines, stomp grapes, and tour. Our tasting room staff will serve wine tastes and take private label orders.
NEW! Wines by the glass and lunch items like bratwurst and charcuterie boards served from our dining room!
Activities for All, Open to Public:
1:00 pm: Mini Slurpin’ Seminar Learn the basics of wine tasting – slurping noises encouraged!
2:00 pm: Grape Stompin’ Put Lucille Ball to shame and get in line for your chance to crush grapes the old fashioned way: with your feet!
3:00pm: Distillation Seminar – join the winemakers as they show off their shiny copper pot still.
Discounts and Other Fun:
Exclusive case discounts of 15% off a mixed case of wine
Exclusive case discounts of 20% off a full case of any one wine
Wines by the glass from our tasting room, East Bay Wine Terrace and West Wine Patio
New vintage wines and products
Wine Aroma Challenge & displays
Register early for Wine and Cooking Seminars
Private label wines (order before the holiday rush!)
Wine Tasting open to the public all day from 11am-7pm.
Must be over 21 to taste.
Join us for the Ninth Annual Traverse City Zombie Run, Saturday, October 28th, 2017
The Zombie Run has become a Traverse City Halloween tradition. What’s not to like? Zombies and beer have always been a winning combination.
Over the years we have seen zombies from all walks of life, or should I say death. Who will show up this year? The only thing we never saw was someone not having a great time! Right Brain Brewery will be hosting the run as always. The run wouldn’t be the same without our friends at the Brain, get it?
Stick around after the race for the medal ceremony and best costumes prizes. We may have a few other surprises as well. Plus the beer will be flowing, who says you can’t drink before noon? Besides, you’re already dead anyway!
America’s favorite comfort food gets an upgrade with help from celebrated Northern Michigan chefs. Area restaurants partner with one WOMP winery each to create a perfect mac & cheese and wine pairing. Participants get to vote for the best pairing, cheesiest, and people’s choice.
This annual event boasts friendly rivalries and has created its own loyal following. Don’t hesitate to purchase tickets, this event sells out every year! Tickets go on sale 60 days prior to the event.
If you’re interested in making the Mac & Cheese served at the 2016 event for yourself, click the button below to view the recipes!
Great Macaroni & Cheese Bake-Off – Photos From Instagram
Here are the latest photos of Great Macaroni & Cheese Bake-Off via instagram. If you have an instagram photo to share of your visit to a Great Macaroni & Cheese Bake-Off, tag it with #WOMPMacNCheese and your photos will appear in the photo stream below.
The annual Harvest Stompede is September 9 & 10, 2017
Saturday 11:00 am to 6:00 pm
Sunday 12:00 to 5:00 pm
$40 per person
This annual weekend features a spectacular race through Leelanau’s vineyards followed by a self-guided wine tour along the Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail featuring world class wines and culinary delights that reflect the season’s bounty.
The Harvest Stompede Wine Tour starts on Saturday immediately following the race. The tour takes place from 11:00 am to 6:00 pm on Saturday and 12:00 to 5:00 pm on Sunday. Tickets are $40 and include a souvenir wine glass and a special wine pour and food pairing at each of 23 participating wineries along the Leelanau Peninsula Wine Trail.
Tickets DO NOT include race registration. Tickets are $40 and include a souvenir wine glass and a featured wine and food pairing at each winery. After your featured pairing, most wineries offer an additional complimentary 2 to 3 tastes. Tickets are purchased by selecting a Starting Winery where you will check-in to the event and pick up your supplies before charting your own course to participating wineries in any order you choose. Tickets are good for both Saturday and Sunday.
Thanks for all of your support and understanding. We wish each of you health and happiness during this difficult time. We also wish we could all be together, raising our glasses of Leelanau wine! Let's do it from afar - touch base with your favorite Leelanau winery and stock up on your supply! We'll all be back together again soon - promise. ... See MoreSee Less
Due to the recent concerns of coronavirus, we’ve decided to cancel Sips, Chips & Dips on March 21 to help prevent the spread of the disease and for the safety of our guests, staff and community. Large crowds do not give our tasting room staff the ability to maintain our new cleanliness standards, which have been set in place in tasting rooms for the safety of our guests. If you have purchased tickets, they will be refunded accordingly. We appreciate your understanding! ... See MoreSee Less
Grab your bike and a few friends and head to Boyne Highlands for the 10th Annual Biketemberfest Fall Frenzy hosted by Zoo-de-Mack, September 15-17. This weekend is packed with non-stop fun and one of the most beautiful scenic rides in northern Michigan, perfect for beginners and experts alike. Two night weekend packages start at $236 per person based on double occupancy.
Two nights lodging
Full breakfast buffet Saturday and Sunday
Two private parties
Saturday’s ride with lunch in the Village at Bay Harbor
Leland Classic Car Show
Don’t miss Van’s annual “invitation only” automobile exhibition! The show continues to grow since it’s inception and now numbers about a hundred vehicles from many eras. ~ Sponsored by Van’s Garage
12th Annual Wood Boats on the Wall
100 years of vintage wood boats from the region, including Chris Craft, Century, Lyman and Garwood. ~ Sponsored by Leelanau Historical Museum
Join us down in Fishtown for exhibits, presentations and tours. Stop by the Fishtown Welcome Center to see interesting and educational interpretive displays. ~ Sponsored by Fishtown Preservation
The Leelanau Harvest Tour is a great biking adventure for both families and single riders as the fall colors begin to show and temperatures begin to cool. Leaving from the Suttons Bay High School, routes of approximately 20, 40, 65, and 100 miles wind throughout beautiful Leelanau County on excellent paved roads passing by farms, orchards, vineyards, dunes, and through quaint villages. So come, ride, relax, and enjoy all that this beautiful peninsula has to offer.
Four Beautiful Routes
After nine miles on the Leelanau Trail, the 20 mile route follows the east side of South Lake Leelanau then returns to the Trail to finish in Suttons Bay. Being mostly flat this is an ideal route for younger riders.
The 40 mile route begins the same as the short route then continues north along the east side of both North and South Lake Leelanau and passes though the village of Lake Leelanau before returning to Suttons Bay via the Leelanau Trail from Dumas Rd.
After leaving the Leelanau Trail 10.5 miles south of Suttons Bay, the 65 mile route heads west through Maple City, north around Little Traverse Lake, through Lake Leelanau, up the east side of North Lake Leelanau and then over Herman Hill to the finish.
The 100 mile route extends the 65 mile route north to the Grand Traverse Lighthouse at the tip of the Leelanau Peninsula and the village of Northport with more hills and scenic views.
Looking good!Hot off the press, crisply printed tees for the Leelanau Harvest Tour on Saturday, September 14. Ride on, Cherry Capital Cycling Club! #cherrycapitalcyclingclub #leelanaucounty #29yearsofgear #leelanauharvesttour2019 #northernmichigan ... See MoreSee Less
Lots of Silly Sock Muffin Riders! Tough choice to pick the winner - Mikke Kilts! Close runners up - Nancy Briggs and George Lombard...and a few others. One more in September...and another prize. ... See MoreSee Less
Coming Soon, to Traverse Area Michigan - the 33rd Annual Ride Around Torch Lake. July 21. Fully supported ride, great routes, scenery and food. Come ride with friends - bring your friends or make new ones. Share this video and register today. RAT is considered one of Northern Michigan's most scenic rides. And to make it a great weekend - consider riding the Tour de TART on Friday and Mountain bike the Traverse City Trail Festival on Saturday - Great weekend up North. More information go to cherrycapitalcyclingclub.org. ... See MoreSee Less
If food is your passion, then this is the event for you. With a delicious history spanning over 20 years, the Taste of Harbor Springs is a popular palate-pleasing event! Hosted by the Harbor Springs Area Chamber of Commerce, visitors and residents alike will enjoy creative foods, new wine and craft beers.
Unlimited Food Tastes
Two Drink Tickets for Beer & Wine
Commemorative Keepsake Glass
Event is rain or shine under the tents on the waterfront in downtown Harbor Springs and supports culinary scholarships for Northern Michigan Culinary students and professionals.
YOU MUST BE 21+ TO ATTEND! Attendees must be 21 years of age or older to attend Taste of Harbor Springs. Valid ID will be checked at the gate.
Welcome to the 39th Annual Bessemer Pumpkin Festival.
ALL EVENTS ARE STILL TENTATIVE AND MAY CHANGE
The Bessemer Pumpkinfest Committee is proud to sponsor this year’s event where you’ll find activities for the entire family.
Festivities begin Thursday evening, September 28, with the “Business After 5” social at the Pit Stop Bar & Grill. This event is co-sponsored by the First National Bank of Bessemer, The Leather & Gift Shop, & Pit Stop Bar & Grill. Also starting Thursday evening are the 50/50 raffle & poker run, and geo-caching.
The Bessemer Historical Society opens its doors from 1 – 4 p.m. on Friday and 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. Saturday. Stop by and see the many displays depicting Bessemer’s history and heritage
On Friday evening from 6 to 11 p.m., we are offering FREE carnival rides for all ages, food, & games. There’ll be “dancin in the streets,” at least on Sophie Street, from 7 – 10 p.m. with music provided by a local DJ.
If you’re looking for some adventure, take the short drive to Copper Peak and enjoy their Adventure Ride. They will be open from 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. all weekend. Also, helicopter rides will be taking off from the field east of Steiger’s Home Center from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday.
The Poker Run begins on Friday with drawings at midnight on Friday & Saturday at the Pit Stop Bar & Grill.
On Saturday, September 30, begin your day with a hearty Pumpkin Pancake Breakfast at the St. Sebastian School (regular pancakes are available too). The St. Sebastian Knights of Columbus fire up the griddle from 7 – 11 a.m.
After breakfast, the entire family can spend the day downtown with special activities for kids (and adults who want to act like kids). Vendor and food booths will be all along Sophie Street from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. with entertainment throughout the day.
Sophie Street activities include a costume kiddies parade, carnival, ventriloquist Dave Parker and Skippy performances, balloon characters and face painting by Happy Dayz the Clown & Twinklz, pumpkin bowling, pony rides and petting zoo, and a number of contests. Please see the Contests page for more information.
Pumpkinfest T-shirts can be purchased at our information booth and BP gas station.
The Mission of Acme Fall Festival is not only to bring our community together on a beautiful fall day but to raise funds for 2 non-profit organizations chosen. Each year we randomly select 2 non-profit organizations who will benefit from the proceeds raised at the festival. In the last 6 years Acme Fall Festival has raised over $30,000 for these organizations. Pretty amazing for a 1 day, 6 hour community festival.
If you know or you have a non-profit organization that would like to be part of the random selection process, please visit our website (see link). You can download our application. We have a few requirements: 1) You can't be selected more then once in a 3 year period. 2) The selected organization must volunteer at the festival. 3) The selected organizations will be required to report the use of the funds. 4) Non-profit must be located and serve Grand Traverse, Antrim and Kalkaska Counties.
The deadline to submit the application is June 15, 2020! Please help us get the word out and share this post.
We are very grateful for Meijer's continued Title Level Sponsorship of 2020 Acme Fall Festival. They truly have a strong belief of supporting the communities they serve. We could not have the Festival without companies them. Thank you again!! #MeijerGives
See you on September 26, 2020 for the best little community Festival!!!!
The fifth annual Leelanau UnCaged will be Saturday, September 30th 2017 in Northport, Michigan.
It will be a full day of music, dance, food and art.
This event is inspired by John Cage, the famous American composer of music who once said of Spain that it was “the multiplicity of simultaneous visual and audible events all going together in one’s experience and producing enjoyment.”
So be ready to have the senses stimulated with an Uncaged, John Cage day.
Ahhh, we are so happy yet (still sad) that an opportunity for a couple to get married at the Willowbrook Mill in downtown Northport has a new opening, Sept 26. That is the day we are ‘caging’ UnCaged this year. It doesn’t make the hurt less painful but a small wedding versus 8,000 in the street is easy logic to understand.
The UnCaged Team would like to thank the Willowbrook Mill for providing an amazing venue for our indoor performances during UnCaged. Mimi and Joel are good friends of UnCaged and we are forever grateful. 2021 will be an incredible celebration at UnCaged and this year will be a special wedding day for someone!
Leelanau UnCaged Caged for 2020 In response to the COVID-19 threat, Leelanau UnCaged, Northport’s popular September street festival, is caging up for 2020 and postponing until next year. Scheduled for September 26 this year, the 8th annual Leelanau UnCaged will instead unfold on September 25, 2021, with all the joy, zest and surprises as ever. Next year’s Leelanau UnCaged will feature, as always, more than 30 musical performances on five stages scattered throughout downtown Northport, plus scores of artists and food vendors. In the past few years the one-day event has become the longest, most popular FREE music festival in northern Michigan, drawing as many as 8,000 people to the town of 650. Headliners have included the Red Elvises, the Microtones, Grupo Aye, and Denise Davis and the Motor City Sensations. Music genres range from Celtic to gypsy jazz to reggae to opera and beyond, plus classical dance, Native American dance and belly dancing. A Kids’ Leelanau UnCaged gives opportunities for creative expression to new generations. Said Sandy Dhuyvetter, director of Leelanau UnCaged: “Our team of volunteers had a terrific day planned but, for the sake of safety and security, we’ll just postpone it a year, making it even better for 2021.” For updates, like Leelanau UnCaged on Facebook for tributes to past performers and artists, and hints of what’s to come in 2021. ... See MoreSee Less
That sign would make a great shirt design for this year!
Absolutely stupid to cancel, sorry just being honest.
Good decision given the dubious future ahead. If the virus had been taken seriously right from the beginning things would have been different. Instead we had a lot of deniers, inspired by our lying leaders, who chose to put their selfish interests ahead of all others. Thanks for being proactive!
Smart move.. thank you for looking after the safety of people who are vulnerable to this virus. The 2nd wave is predicted to hit this fall and winter and the time frame this virus will run will most likely be a couple years.. hopefully the vaccine is available this fall / winter as well...
Thank you to all the volunteers and organizers for all the time and effort you put into this each year. Our favorite festival of summer...your decision is understood and we look forward to next year. All your hard work and planning is appreciated.
Sorry for all involved! This is happening worldwide (festival cancellations) & is very difficult for us on the performing side of things [Uncaged doesn't affect me this year but plenty of other cancellations are happending!]. But I can't even imagine how difficult for the staff & volunteers who work so hard to put these events together! Thank you for all you do AND for making the decision in a timely manner for the performers/vendors.
UnCaged takes a lot of preparation and commitments in the months leading up to it. we don’t want to waste Money and volunteers’ work without knowing it’s a go.
Given Dr. Fauci’s & other’s warnings about a probable 2nd wave in fall, it’s just prudent to discourage big gatherings during its incubation phase.
2021 will be knockout though!
This is one of our favorite venues to perform. I play drums for the Belly Dancers, and last yr with first time performance by Deep Blue Water Samba School. Yes it’s a disappointment. That being said I understand the need to protect our communities. Stay Safe-Stay Strong. See all of you next year.
Thanks for putting our safety first! We’ll sure miss it it! See you in 2021!❤️
You people are still the best. We will look forward to 2021.
Meredith family kettle corn.
I am a Crystal Bindi drummer as well. We just adore you and love being a part of this festival! Thank you for all of your hard work and your thoughtful consideration to protect the community. See you in 2021!! ❤🥁💃
Thank you for being safe and cautious. Best case scenario and the spread is drastically reduced/eliminated, and people will still visit and spend their money in Northport!
Super bummed but Cathy and I understand. 2021, let’s make this festival one for the history books. Everyone stay safe...
This past year was our first time to Leelanau UnCaged and we loved it! Sad to hear the news but we will definitely be back in 2021!
The Crystal Bindi dancers and drummers are so bummed - we love you guys! But, we understand. Stay safe and we hope to bring the shiny shenanigans and rhythms next year!
It’s the safe thing to do!
I’ll look forward to next year!!
I want to react with a haha bc your sign is very creative. But I'm also very sad
Love Uncaged!! Great event,. See you next year!
Thanks for a really fun community event! Can't wait until next year...
Way too early to cancel.
Love this event! It is awesome what you do in a day!👍👏🏻😃
I'm sure that this was difficult, but it is the right decision. Cant' wait for 2021. Stay Negative!
So sorry to hear it but understand. We've loved uncaged & will miss it.
Yea!!! DD AND MCS from the D might have a chance to perform again. Be safe
Join us next autumn for the fifth annual LittleTraverse Half Marathon and 10K– a point-to-point adventure like no other around Little Traverse Bay. What sets this race apart? An incredible course (FAST, flat and fun) with big-race logistics and a small-town feel.
We are committed to presenting a one-of-a-kind race experience–an incredible point-to-point course with big-race logistics and a small-town feel. Join us in celebrating Little Traverse Bay–its spectacular landscape and history– and our shoreline communities of Bay Harbor, Petoskey and Harbor Springs.
After a great 5-year run, we have decided to take a water break from the Little Traverse Half Marathon and 10k. We have had so much fun hosting the event and meeting all you runners! Thanks for making it the event that it was!! ... See MoreSee Less
Sorry to hear it. Thanks for your efforts. I believe it is a wonderful race
Oh no! Loved the event and drove 900 miles, round trip, to run it not once, but twice. I was hopeful of a third 😢 thanks to all the volunteers who made my sweet memories possible.
So bummed! Always such a wonderful well put on event. Praying it will continue after you have a break ❤️
LT was my first half marathon! Beautiful route. Sad to see this post! Hopefully, it will return:)
A great great race run by great friends! Thx for some great memories!
My fastest 1/2 ever. 1:30 and change. Thank you for organizing a great event.
Such a great race!
My favorite race! You guys did a great job every year! I will definitely miss it!
So sad, I loved this race!
I also drove 5 1/2 hours to run this twice and was looking forward to doing it again. Great race! Thanks for your hard work organizing it and I look forward to seeing it return one day.
Really bummed to hear this news. Was fortunate to run in all 5, and it was always a great race. My family enjoyed making a weekend out of it. Thanks for great memories!
Oh no! I planned on running the half marathon this year! 😢
Glad to have been able to run it at least once!
I love this run. I really hope that you consider bringing it back. A great fall motivation.
Please tell me it'll come back! Have done this race twice and nothing is more beautiful than this course along my favorite part of Michigan. -from an out of towner who loves running and the HS/Petoskey area.
I am incredibly bummed!! After another half marathon I ran 3x cancelled I found this one and ran it in October for the first time. I fell in love and was REALLY looking forward to doing it again this year. Please bring it back!! 😢
Here's to the runners, volunteers, sponsors and weather gods! who made the 5th annual Little Traverse Half Marathon/10K a fantastic race day!!! Photo gallery coming soon... Results at runlittletraverse.com ... See MoreSee Less
Looking for something fun to do this beautiful fall weekend? Register today for the Half Marathon or 10K Run/Walk. We also have a Kid's Run for children 4 and up! #runlittletraverse... See MoreSee Less
Join us on September 30, 2017 to run an incredible point-to-point course around Little Traverse Bay! The course is FAST, flat, fun and unlike any other with Pure Michigan views and something new every step of the way. You’ll run on the historic Little Traverse Wheelway right along the shoreline, thr...