Celebrate National Travel & Tourism Week

Posted on April 30th, 2021
While we all love vacationing, creating memories and enjoying new experiences, there’s more to travel than meets the eye.  May 2-8 is National Travel & Tourism Week and this year’s theme is fittingly “The Power of Travel.”  Not only can the power of travel str…

Morel Mushrooms: The Fickle Fungus and How To Find It

Posted on April 26th, 2021
Morels are often described as the “steak” of the mushroom world, a delicacy hidden among last autumn’s remaining dried leaves and the bright green mossy cover of early spring.  While mouthwateringly delicious, this most sought after tidbit can be difficult to find, to say the least.&…

Make an Earth Day Difference

Posted on April 19th, 2021
Earth Day is not only a time to appreciate the natural world around you, but to make positive changes for our environment. While we hope you value nature every day, take a few minutes to make a difference on April 22 in honor of the 51st annual Earth Day.  Not sure where to start?  Read on for a f…

Gaylord – The Inside Scoop

Posted on April 12th, 2021
By now you think you’ve got this whole Gaylord thing down – the trails are exhilarating, each season is its own masterpiece and the downtown district is filled with eateries and shopping galore.  While you may be a Gaylord expert at this point, we thought we’d tantalize the…

Cheers to Beer

Posted on April 5th, 2021
Grab your friends and celebrate your love for suds on Wednesday, April 7th – National Beer Day! While beer itself has been a popular drink for ages, trendy craft beers and microbrews have been taking over in recent years, offering a plethora of flavor combinations never before imagined.  Th…

Spring Is Here & You Should Be, Too!

Posted on March 22nd, 2021
By Paul Beachnau We are so blessed to live in a four-season community. Just when we run out of patience with one season, we are able to look forward to the next with renewed vigor. With the first official day of spring behind us, I am enthusiastically joining the “let’s hurry up and get this snow melt…
Tent set up in the Pigeon River State Forest

Out, See, Go: 12 ways to be a better outdoorsperson

Posted on March 16th, 2021
By Chris Engle, contributor Over the years I’ve read lots of magazine articles teaching really intensive skills for really intensive adventures. The thing is, each time one of those articles is published, I worry another person is scared off from getting outside and trying something new becaus…

Gaylord Resorts Offer Downhill Adventures and More!

Posted on February 22nd, 2021
It goes without saying that Gaylord, Michigan’s two premier resorts offer up some of the finest northern Michigan downhill skiing and snowboarding you’ll find!  But what else is happening at Treetops Resort and Otsego Resort? Whether you’re an Alpine skier looking for a fix or winter…

Five Really Cool Things To Do In Gaylord, Michigan This Winter

Posted on February 7th, 2021
By Paul Beachnau So winter is here and your normal outdoor routine is shelved. It is cold and there is snow and you’re just not crazy about it. There are many of us crazy folks that LOVE winter. It is quiet, it is pretty and with the proper gear, you can stay warm and cozy!  Don’t have a snow…

National Plan Your Vacation Day

Posted on January 25th, 2021
Is the open road calling out to you?  January 26th is National Plan Your Vacation Day – a great reason to start looking into your next Gaylord getaway! Offering four seasons of Pure Michigan enjoyment, the Gaylord area is the ultimate travel destination.  Our endless miles of fore…
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