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May202011

Boyne Country Visitors Bureau

Virtual brochure and information for Boyne County Visitors Bureau, one of many online travel brochures for tourist information in Petsokey, MI. Provided by your source for Mackinaw Information and Mackinac Information.


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401 E. Mitchell Street
Petoskey, MI 49770
Toll-free: 800-845-2828 (U.S. and Canada)
Phone: 231-348-2755
E-mail: info@boynecountry.com
Website: www.boynecountry.com

Skiing, boarding and a blizzard of snowsports

If you love it when the snow flies, you’re really going to love Boyne Country. For starters, this is the best skiing between the Rockies and New England – three ski areas, more than 160 downhill runs, and an average yearly snowfall of over 10 feet.

Cross-country skiing leads you through incredibly beautiful terrain. There’s also ice skating, sledding, snowshoeing and sleigh rides. Even winter rafting. Need equipment? No problem. There are plenty of places where you can rent just what you need.

Tons of snow and great trails make Boyne Country a favorite with snowmobilers. Call 800-845-2828 for a FREE trail map.

More cool things to do than anyplace around.

Boyne Country is recognized as the best place in the entire Midwest to find all the amenities and activities you could hope for in a winter getaway.

When you’re not on the slopes, explore picturesque towns full of shops and galleries; try your luck at Victories Casino; bowl or play indoor miniature golf; catch a movie; enjoy a winter festival; or grab your bathing suit and head for Avalanche Bay, Michigan’s largest indoor waterpark.

Ready to kick back for awhile? Our restaurants range from casual to gourmet. And the bands and entertainment make our après ski, well, really cool. It’s all here in a beautiful Victorian setting along the lake. See you soon.

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