Summer Getaways in Petoskey, Charlevoix, Harbor Springs and Boyne City
Harbor Springs trip guide: What to do
For information, contact the Harbor Springs Area Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center (231/526-7999; harborspringschamber.com).
Pond Hill Farm (pictured) You'll love checking out the fresh plants; kids enjoy hayrides and pig races. Don't miss the cafe and amazing selection of canned goods (231/526-3276; pondhill.com).
By the Bay Artwork, books and home accessories capture the mystique of boat life (231/526-3964; bythebay.com).
Good Hart General Store The authentic 1934 general store has a deli, bakery and U.S. Post Office (231/526-7661; goodhartstore.com).
Howse's Fudge Try the chocolate-covered peanut brittle—a local favorite (231/526-6121; harborfudge.com).
Primitive Images Unique furnishings and antiques attract shoppers to a log cabin hideaway (231/526-0276; primitiveimages.com).
Tom's Mom's Cookies A tiny bakery makes tasty cookies in flavors like oatmeal butterscotch (231/526-6606; tomsmomscookies.com).
Tvedten Fine Art A gallery of paintings created by local artists reflects different sides of Michigan's natural beauty (231/526-2299; tvedtenfineart.com).
Wilderness State Park Drive 30 miles north from Harbor Springs to explore grassy dunes, dense forests and 26 miles of shoreline in a park also known for its great campsites (231/436-5381; michigan.gov/wilderness).