Boyne Highlands is a mid-Western skiing icon, offering a wide variety of lifts and slopes, as well as full resort accommodations, numerous festivals and continuous night-life. Adventures include heading up to a mountain ski lodge for a picnic lunch, cross-country skiing, tubing, zip lines and more.
Night life often begins at the Zoo Bar with live bands when the slopes close. At the lodge, the Slopeside often hosts bands and sports tv. Resort visitors would well consider a visit to the spa or hot tubs.
A lesser known secret is Boyne Highlands often hosts the end-of-season snow boarding party, the last weekend after the season ends, with Spring skiing and amazing tricksters.
In summer, the Boyne Highlands resort offers golf, mountain biking, zip lines, horse back riding and a full spa.
Pierson’s has a casual, family friendly vibe with a vintage ski lodge feel. The menu features a variety of gourmet pub fare and homestyle comfort foods with and impressive drink selection. With a full bar, arcade games, shuffleboard, many sports-filled TV’s, and live music, there is something for the whole family to enjoy.
Blissfest is the most fun and outrageously great music and roots festival on the planet, presenting the very best Roots, Jazz, Rock and Blues bands from across the country and from the local music scene, featuring over six stages of continuous music and entertainment. The food at Blissfest is amazing — when camping or day-parking you can easily buy every meal from the many vendors and never eat the same thing twice. Kids can experience free flowing music and art for three straight days. The art fair features incredible hand made and professionally crafted goods by master artists. Camping at Blissfest is like camping in a city of musicians.
Blissfest is a fabulous Northern Michigan family tradition for over 40 years.