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The weather in Petoskey
You can see our climate diagram above. During July, maximum temperatures go up to more than 75° Conversely, February is the coolest month in Petoskey, with temperatures going under 12° The wettest month is January with 24 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 11 rainy days in July, which is the driest month.
Lakeside leisure with a vacation home in Petoskey, Michigan
Set overlooking Little Traverse Bay, which leads into the mighty Lake Michigan, Petoskey is known for its natural beauty and abundance of leisure activities. Lounge on idyllic beaches, sip vintages at local wineries, and encounter the arts scene - all of which make Petoskey a superb getaway destination.
Fine wines and brilliant brews
Petoskey's wineries are numerous and well respected. Mackinaw Trail Winery promotes the unique flavors of this part of the state, while Petoskey Farms Winery is notable for its warm atmosphere and picturesque setting.
Or take a trip to the evocatively named Burnt Marshmallow Brewing site, where the idyllic location, unique products, and entertaining hosts make this place a gastronomic gem. You can also buy a few bottles to savor later in your vacation rental.
Gaslights and crooked trees
Petoskey's Historic Gaslight District has been a shopping area for more than a hundred years. Besides fabulous boutiques, the area is notable for its streets lined with historic gas lights, and views over Little Traverse Bay.
Culture seekers should head to the Crooked Tree Arts Center, where you can enjoy exhibitions by local artists and even produce your own artwork in workshops led by experts. The program is ever-changing, and live music performances feature regularly.
State parks and coastal cycling
Petoskey State Park, at the north end of Little Traverse Bay, extends over 304 acres. Fringed by a sandy beach on the bay, there are two well-equipped camp grounds, and you can hire water sports equipment here too.
Cycle along Little Traverse Wheelway with the whole family and explore a stunning stretch of coastline. Along the way, you'll pass wooded areas, cliffs with panoramic bay views, and urban areas including Charlevoix and Harbor Springs. You route will take you to the small town of Alanson near Crooked Lake. Be sure to stop off at one of the many beaches, or bayfront parks, along the way.
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