If you have a taste for the outdoors, northern Michigan has something for all seasons of the year, and Mountain Run at Boyne is the perfect place to launch a country vacation.
Best known for its ski resort, Boyne Mountain offers more than 50 trails for all skill levels and a snowboard terrain park, and Mountain Run gives you direct access to the slopes. For the days the snow has melted away, the resort offers two championship golf courses, tennis, hiking and mountain biking and access to nearby Deer Lake for swimming, boating, fishing and kayaking.
There's also Avalanche Bay Water Park, the Ironton Ferry on Lake Charlevoix and oodles of other activities around Boyne.
With 1- and 2-bedroom suites, the resort offers room for up to two adults and two children with full kitchens, fireplaces and private balconies offering stunning views of the Michigan countryside.
It's a great home base for getting out in the middle of it all.
Here's what Mountain Run at Boyne offers:
-- Stunning 1- and 2-bedroom suites with plenty of living space
-- Room for up to 2 adults and two children
-- Fully-appointed bathrooms
-- Private balcony for breathtaking views of the Michigan countryside
-- Full kitchens with everything needed to prepare family-style meals
-- Cozy, inviting fireplaces
-- DVD players to watch the latest releases
-- Access to Boyne Mountain, 14 ski lifts and more than 50 trails for any skill level
-- Wax up your board and bust huge air at the snowboard terrain park
-- Two championship golf courses
-- Snowflake Lounge serves up burgers, brews, wings, pizza and more
-- Fitness Center with new equipment for a new you
-- Soothing indoor hot tub
-- Rugged hiking and mountain biking trails
Boyne Falls is an outdoor paradise so pack your sense of adventure and get away to excitement:
-- Hit the slopes and swoosh down Boyne Mountain, the Midwest's largest ski area
-- Avalanche Bay is Michigan's largest indoor water park and features 88,000 square feet of aquatic adventure including slides and a totally rad surf simulator
-- Spend the day shopping at a local boutique, dine on some delectable local favorites or have a drink at City Park Grill where Ernest Hemingway was once a regular
-- Petoskey State Park is a great place to explore and pick up a Petoskey Stone souvenir -- Michigan's state stone
-- ATV off-road adventures
-- From championship golf, hiking and fishing, you'll never be at a loss for things to do
-- The truly stouthearted can swim in the frigid artesian springs of Zorn Park on Little Traverse Bay
-- Step back in time and experience Colonial America at the Old Mill Creek or Fort Mackinac
Click here for more information or call 855.455.7509.