Enchanted Forest Guide to Northern Michigan
 “Promoting Northern Michigan Businesses & Organizations Since 1997”

Photo-New Presque Isle Lighthouse-250-188
Photo-AuSable River-250x188

Photo-Leland Fish Town-250x188

Photo-Tahquamenon Falls-250x188
New Presque Isle Lighthouse
Alcona Pond - Au Sable River
Leland’s Fishtown
Tahquamenon Falls in Fall Colors
Home | Counties, Cities, Towns & Villages | Attractions | Dining Out | Lodging | Military Discounts | Organizations | Outdoors | Services | Shopping | Advertising With Us | Contact Us
Manistee County, Michigan

 

Order a Premium Listing for your business for only $39.95/year. Click here!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Manistee County, state designated "Community of Economic Excellence," is located on Lake Michigan, a part of northwestern Michigan. Historic Manistee, the Victorian port city, is the county seat, with the downtown on the state and national Historic registers, and a riverwalk running through downtown to Lake Michigan. Coastline villages include Onekama, Arcadia, Bear Lake, Copemish, Kaleva, Brethren, and Wellston. The county is a paradise for water and sports enthusiasts and is known as the "Fishing Capitol of the Midwest." Lakes within the county include Portage, Bear Lake, and Manistee Lake. There are also many rivers and streams. The diverse economy includes Morton Salt "When it rains, it pours" Co., a large paper products co., and many smaller industries.

Cities, Towns & Villages:

Attractions and Events:

Manistee County has a vast natural beauty and a "hometown" feeling, and cultural arts include the historic Ramsdell Theatre, Manistee Symphony Orchestra, Manistee Art Institute, three dance studios, and three art galleries. Surrounded by unspoiled natural beauty year round, Manistee County offers small town charm with recreation for every enthusiast, including some of the finest fishing in the country, white sandy beaches, 87,000 acres of Manistee National Forest land, hunting, campgrounds, horseback riding, skiing and snowmobile trails, 6 golf courses, tennis, canoeing, public access lakes, riverwalks and bandshells, bowling, historic buildings, Victorian mansions, trolley tours, museums and festivals throughout the year.  Two piers along with the U.S. Coast Guard Station protect the entrance to the Manistee River channel; the much photographed and painted lighthouse and beautiful beach scenes draw many artists to the area; Manistee County has a vast natural beauty, a "hometown" feeling, and cultural arts include the historic Ramsdell Theatre, Manistee Symphony Orchestra, Manistee Art Institute, three dance studios, and three art galleries.

Lighthouses:

State Forest Campgrounds:

State Parks:

Wineries & Vineyards:

  • Douglas Valley Organic Vineyards- Manistee

 


Home | Counties, Cities, Towns & Villages | Northeastern Lower Peninsula | Northwestern Lower Peninsula | Antrim County | Benzie County | Charlevoix County | Emmet County | Grand Traverse County | Kalkaska County | Lake County | Leelanau County | Manistee County | Mason County | Missaukee County | Muskegon County | Newaygo County | Oceana County | Osceola County | Wexford County Upper Peninsula | Attractions | Dining Out | Lodging | Military Discounts | Organizations | Outdoors | Services | Shopping | Advertising With Us | Contact Us


elf-lt02

Copyright 1997-2016,  Enchanted Forest Web Page Design Service. All rights reserved.
Promoting Northern Michigan Businesses & Organizations Since 1997”
“A Veteran Owned And Operated Business”
3980 Curtisville Road, South Branch, MI 48761-9704
Phone: (989) 726-4416, Email: support@theenchantedforest.net
Created on Januaray 1, 1997. Last updated on August 06, 2016, Number of pages 786

VVACOLOR