Fall is one of northern Michigan’s most beloved seasons and it’s here! Add these 5 things to your October adventures.
Scenic Color Tour – where to begin? A well-known favorite drive is on M119 through the Tunnel of Trees. Looking for more scenic drives? Click to PetoskeyArea.Com for a list of scenic routes in our area. You don’t have to limit your color tours to the car, however. Hiking in the nature preserves in the area offer serene sights as well. Peak color is expected soon, so plan to get out and enjoy natures gorgeous color display!
Gather friends and family and head for some good old fashioned family-fun at Pond Hill Farm! Open daily from 9 am to 6 pm for market fresh goods and on the weekends through October, they host fall festival weekends with hayrides, pumpkin smashing, pumpkin bowling, squash rocket, cider, donuts, farm animals and more!
Eat your way through Petoskey Restaurant Week – Friday, October 20– Friday, October 27. The event allows guests to eat out an affordable price. Lunch is 2 for $15 and dinner is a three-course meal for $25 or some 2 for $25. Your taste buds will thank you! Be sure to visit us in the Noggin Room Pub!
Trick or Treatin downtown Petoskey! The event is from 10 am until noon on Saturday, October 28. If you want to be part of the costume parade, head to Central Elementary School by 9:45 am and walk with the group! Downtown stores with the trick or treat poster displayed gladly welcome little ones. After, enjoy a kid’s buffet in the Noggin Room Pub from 11:30 am to 2 pm, just $1.99 per child and any paid adult ordering off the full menu.
Murder Mystery Dinner Friday, October 27, 6 pm Local detectives and out-of-town sleuths are invited to join us for a four course interactive murder mystery dinner. Murder Mystery entertainment provided by “Inspector Russell” with Murder Mysteries Ink. Just a few seats left, call today for reservations, 231-347-2771. Saturday evening is sold out!