Charlevoix Inn & Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Reduced mobility rooms
- Refrigerator in room
- Swimming pool
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... and adults. The campus is in Interlochen about 90 minutes from Petoskey. The campus is rustic but beautiful. The enrollment in the summer is around 2700 and in the academic year around 500. All 50 states and more than 40 other countries are represented. Some alumni that you might recognize are Josh Groban, Norah Jones, jazz drummer Peter Erskine, Felicity Hoffman (Desperate Housewives) to name a few! Alumni comprise roughly ten percent of the musicians in ...
... of Lake Michigan drove a mother bear and her two cubs into the lake for shelter, determined to reach the opposite shore...
after many miles of swimming, the two cubs lagged behind... when the mother bear reached ...
... little town is located about 20 miles north of Charlevoix. A much larger town, Petoskey hosts a Home Depot, Walmart, and Lowe's, as well as Meijer, a regional big box retailer. After a late breakfast (hey, Sundays are for brunch, right?) at a Bob Evan's restaurant, we stopped at Walmart to pick up some "thank you" gifts for Mike and Terri from both couples who have spent the last week camped out in their yard. After shopping, we headed to a laundromat to wash ...
... when the trees that line the western side of the park began to cast their shadows over the vast expanse of camp chairs that lined the lawn, like drunken soldiers on parade.
See, it's a Charlevoix tradition that after the parade on Saturday morning (which ends about noon), you can go down and lay claim to a spot in the park for that evening's fireworks by setting up camp chairs. It is considered a major faux pas to mess with someones ...
There's something about a small town fair or festival that is hard to capture in words. When an event becomes the center of a small town's traditions and calendar, it creates something special. People plan reunions, trips home, and vacations around that one event. It's fun to witness this from the outside, and see how important this event is in the life of a town. It's also a good measure of the health of the community. And from what ...