Visitor & Area Information

Visit the following websites for additional information on the region, including area attractions, festivals, and events within the area.

Leelanau Peninsula

Leelanau Peninsula Chamber of Commerce
Leelanau Peninsula is home to towns and villages that are far-removed from the hustle and bustle of the big city. Take a drive along M-22 which hugs the shore of Lake Michigan offering magnificent lake views as you pass through Suttons Bay, Omena, Northport, Leland, Glen Arbor, and Empire. Inland, you’ll discover Maple City, Cedar and Lake Leelanau nestled in beautiful countryside settings.
112 E. Philip St., Lake Leelanau, MI 49653
231.994-2202

Cedar Maple City Chamber of Commerce
Cedar and Maple City are located in the heart of the peninsula, hosting quaint shops and restaurants. Cedar is home to the locally famous and annual Polka Fest.
 231.228.3378

Leland Michigan Chamber of Commerce
Experience the charm of Leland and historic Fishtown. Fine dining, unique shopping, beaches, marina, museums, art galleries featuring local artists, charter fishing, Manitou Island trips, lodging, and Leland Wine and Food Festival June 8th.
(877) Leland-1 | send email

Suttons Bay Chamber of Commerce
Suttons Bay is the gateway to Leelanau Peninsula and a year-round coastal village with charming specialty shops, galleries, unique dining experiences, B&Bs and historic inns.
100 Dame St. (in the Inland Seas Building) Suttons Bay, MI 49682
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Empire Chamber of Commerce
Empire is a small village of about 400 people surrounded by the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore and home to one of the best beeches in Michigan.
231.326.5568

Glen Lake Chamber of Commerce
Glen Arbor, nestled between Lake Michigan and Big and Little Glen Lakes in the heart of Sleeping Bear Dunes National Park, is a a quaint village with great shops, restaurants and activities of all kinds during every season.
P.O. Box 217, Glen Arbor MI 49636
231.334.3238

Northport Omena Chamber of Commerce
Nestled at the tip of Michigan’s “Little Finger,” the villages of Northport and Omena offer small town charm and friendliness, one of the most beautiful marinas on the Great Lakes, unique shops, restaurants and places to stay.
PO Box 29, Northport, MI 49670
231.386.5575

Traverse City

Traverse City Tourism
Part of Traverse City’s popularity — in addition to its breathtaking natural surroundings — is its charm. It’s no wonder Traverse City is consistently voted as one of America’s most charming small towns.
101 West Grand View ParkwayTraverse City, MI 49684
(231) 947-1120 | send email

Traverse City Area Chamber of Commerce
202 East Grandview Parkway, Traverse City, MI 49684
(231) 947-5075 | send email

Downtown Traverse City 
A thriving community of shops, restaurants & boutiques. Visit galleries with local flair, unique gift and apparel shops, spas and salons, microbreweries and wine bars. A culinary destination with an array of restaurants from fine dining to casual. For a calendar of events or to purchase Downtown Gift Certificates visit the Downtown TC website.
303 E. State St., Ste. C, Traverse City, MI 49684
231.922.2050 | send email