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Things to do during "cabin time" in Williamsburg
Williamsburg MI cabins near Traverse City. Fishing, or wine and outdoor time. Isn’t that what we all really want? Williamsburg, MI is the place to find all of them, plus some other gems, such as local orchards, farms and theater. As an added bonus, these cabins in Michigan are only 20 minutes from the beautiful Traverse City. When your vacation needs to please a variety of tastes, this may be just the place.
If you’re headed to your vacation with your pole and tackle box, you’ll be delighted to know you have more than one place to choose from when the fish are calling. To the east, you’ll find Elk Lake, where you can find everything from pan fish to bass to muskies, and connected to the southern point of the lake you’ll find quiet Lake Skegemog. When you tire of those waters, venture West to the East Arm of Traverse Bay to catch bass to your heart’s content. If you are looking for a local to show you the waters, book with one of the several fishing guides in the area. If bait and tackle isn’t your style, try Blue Sky Rentals for everything from water trampolines to boats to paddle boards. On Elk Lake, the marina offers boats for fishing, relaxation or skiing.
Once you get your land legs back under you, take a stroll into town to refuel you stomach and explore the unique shops and museums. If your day was spent near Elk Rapids, grab some grub from one of the local restaurants such as Pearl’s New Orleans Kitchen or Harbor Cafe then walk it out on the Art Walk nature trail, or the Elk Rapids Golf Course. To top it off, visit Ethanology, a local craft distillery, for a literal taste of the region.
If you are want to explore the day exploring Williamsburg, you’ll find plenty of interesting museums, fun local shops and scrumptious eats to fill your time. If you bring the family, Williamsburg has something for all ages. Rennie Orchards and the other orchards allow for you to pick your own cherries, giving you a unique experience as well as a snack for the whole trip. If your vacation happens during the summer months, GT Butterfly House and Bug Zoo is a memorable visit that is both enjoyable and educational. It might even make a bug lover out of you. Grab lunch and make sure to stop at Farmer White’s to pick up a pie for dessert. Keep the exploration going at Guntzviller’s Spirit of the Woods Museum to see the extensive collection of taxidermy of local-and exotic-animals.
When you tire of walking of sidewalks, the Sand Lakes Quiet Area is the perfect place to take a break from the town and enjoy the beauty of the Michigan landscape. Other trails in the area include the Yuba Creek Nature Trails or Vasa Pathway; whether your adventure is by foot, bike or cross country skis, the trails are the perfect nature escape. The Lochenheath Golf Course offers even more relaxation, and finish off your day at Townline Ciderworks, a local cidery and winery.
As you can see, there’s plenty of fun to be explored, whether your 8 or 80. Williamsburg, MI is the vacation is perfect for any interest so see you there.
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