Northern Michigan Attractions manistee-areamap

Welcome to the heart of Pure Michigan.

Welcome to Northern Michigan’s beautiful coastal lake shore.  When you fly into Manistee Blacker Airport, you are dropping into the heart of Michigan’s West Shore.  We are within driving distance to all of the major Northern Michigan attractions such as:

– Sleeping Bear Dunes
– State and National Parks
– Traverse City and Wine Country
– Manistee’s vast Lake Michigan Beaches
– The quaint shopping district of Frankfort
– The vibrant downtown and coastal waterfront of Ludington.


manistee-pmvbWelcome to Pure Michigan!  Michigan attractions capture our imaginations, warm our hearts, thrill us and inspire us to come back for more. Michigan’s museums, water parks, wineries, zoos, lighthouses and more are ready when we are. Because discovering new delights and doing what we’ve always wanted to do is Pure Michigan.



manistee-manisteevbWelcome to Manistee, County (Naturally More!) Welcome to Manistee County, your home of the Manistee National Forest, Championship Golfing, world class fishing and some of the best waterways in Michigan.



manistee-tcvbTraverse City has earned its reputation as a four-season destination thanks to its almost endless offerings of activities.  From diverse arts and entertainment offerings and world class dining, Traverse City is a “True North” Pure Michigan destination.



No matter what you’re seeking – fun for the whole family, a beach or outdoor adventure, a peaceful getaway, or just a community of friendly faces – you can find it here in Pure Ludington.



Here you will find 60 miles of shoreline, of which 25 miles are on Lake Michigan. . This naturally scenic area of northern Michigan, with its sandy beaches, high bluffs, clean lakes and natural rivers has been titled “The Best Place in Michigan for Outdoor Sports”.


A Vacation Destination for all Seasons: Although the communities in the area surrounding Sleeping Bear Dunes are small, they are rich with shops, galleries, music, food and wine.  Discover “the most beautiful place in America”