Cambria Suites Traverse City

255 Munson Avenue US-31, Traverse City, Michigan, 49686, United States
Cambria Suites Traverse City
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Travel Tips for Traverse City

Walk Along the Bay

by ciaobellamici

Don't miss a chance to see the Bay BEFORE the crowds arrive each afternoon. Get up early and bike or walk down to the water. Sit and consider the beauty before you. Meditate on what is important in life. Live, Laugh, Love!

Grand Traverse Lighthouse

by deecat

1. Grand Traverse Lighthouse
2. Inside the Lighthouse
3. On the grounds is the old boat used as a planter

Grand Traverse Lighthouse is located in Leelanau State Park in Northport, Michigan. This lighthouse was built in 1852 and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. When we visited, it was great fun to climb the lighthouse tower for great views. It was also interesting to visit the restored keeper's residence.

The restored keeper's residence contains furniture and household items dating back to the 1920s and 1930s. There are exhibits about shipwrecks, foghorns, and other lighthouses. There is also a gift shop which offers clothing, books, souvenirs, and nautical gifts.

We discovered that there is a Grand Traverse Lighthouse Keeper Program. From April through December, you may qualify to spend one or two weeks staying in the lighthouse as a "Lighthouse Keeper. As a "Keeper", you will stay on the northern side of the lighthouse that has a fully-equipped and modern kitchen, living room are, 2 bedrooms, and a bath and a half. During that stay, you would be responsible for greeting visitors and providing historical information about the light house. You have to be in good physical condition, able to climb stairs, and able to work long hours. fIf you visit the website listed, you can obtain detailed information.

Daily May: Noon to 4:00 p.m.
June to Labor Day: 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
Labor Day to October 31: Noon to 4:00 p.m.
November-Saturdays and Sundays Only: Noon to 4:00 p.m.

ADMISSION is $4.00 per adult
$2 per child
5 and under: FREE

Northwestern Lower Michigan

by hairyhectic

As a resident of NWLM for most of my life, I have seen many changes. Like everywhere, a large amount of urban growth has taken place here.
Traverse City is the cultural and shopping center of NWLM so I guess you could say that Traverse City has seen the most growth. However just about every town in NWLM has seen it's own population boom. How does an area like this grow rapidly and yet preserve a favorable "Quality of Life".

As a traveler you could probably say that the most favorable qualities of NWLM would be the natural ones. Lakes, rivers, beaches, and forests are still the big attraction. The splender of fall color on the trees is a wonder.

Culturally, I would have to say there are better places to visit. Museums are not in great size or abundance here. Interlochen Arts Academy is probably NWLM 's greatest cultural asset. On many summer evenings, concerts of favorable variety can be seen at IAA. The National Cherry Festival usually takes place in early July as well. The Bliss Music Festival is fun if you are into World and other alternative music styles.
Many festivals take place during the NWLM year. Tip-up town USA on Hougton Lake is still one of the great winter festivals. Winter in itself is a fine time in NWLM. Skiing, snowmobiling, ice fishing, and snowshoeing are all popular fun during the winter Months. NWLM is a wonderful place for the lighthouse enthusiast. Hikers, hunters, golfers, fishermen, campers, and boaters could all find a playground here. Nowhere else in the world are there larger freshwater lakes than the Great Lakes. From Grand Traverse Bay or Lake Michigan one could spend a lifetime exploring the Great Lakes Waterways.


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Address: 255 Munson Avenue US-31, Traverse City, Michigan, 49686, United States