Pere Marquette River, with it’s moderately fast current and clear water, is an extremely popular river for canoeists and kayakers.
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Traverse City Opera House
Featuring a barrel vault ceiling, fresco paintings, gold leaf accents and Victorian styling, the Traverse City Opera House with its 700-seat theater offers a place for quality arts and cultural entertainment, educational programming and public and private gatherings.
The Traverse City Opera House, at 106 East Front Street, was designated a Michigan State Historic Site in 1971 and listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.
The City Opera House has been a venue for plays, concerts, operettas and dance performances as well as gala balls, conventions and banquets.
The City Opera House partners with Michigan State University’s Wharton Center for Performing Arts to bring a variety of performances to downtown Traverse City. In addition, City Opera House is the venue for popular events such as the National Writers Series and Traverse City Film Festival
For an updated list of events and performances, please click here.
For more information on the Traverse City Opera House:
Traverse City Opera House
106 E. Front St., Traverse City, MI 49684
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West Michigan Activities & Attractions
Take one of the most scenic drives in the nation as you travel across M-22 in Manistee County. A long winding road of adventure awaits!
Manistee National Forest together with the Huron National Forest occupies almost a million acres of land in Michigan’s lower peninsula.
The Traverse City area has several arts and crafts fairs scheduled throughout the year, offering many unique handcrafted items.
Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes has miles of sand trails and hills, where hikers are rewarded at the end with spectacular views of Lake Michigan.
The Pere Marquette River area is rich with wildlife, offering great outdoors hunting and fishing opportunities.
Created in 1980, this trail has 1,000 miles running through Michigan, which also runs through the Huron-Manistee National Forest.
Hop aboard the Lake Michigan S.S. Badger Carferry! Take the famous cruise across Lake Michigan and experience the Badger and all it has to do!
Pet live animals, enjoy fresh produce and dairy products, and more! Lots of experiences are available for the family when you visit the farm!
Standing tall and proud along the shores of Lake Michigan, Point Betsie marks the southern entrance to the Manitou Passage.