Harbor SpringsHarbor Springs, Michigan has a population under 1,500 but booms during the summer months. Why? It's nestled on the shores of Little Traverse Bay on Lake Michigan. This makes for an idyllic waterfront community. Harbor Springs, Michigan, is known for its fine dining, shopping, galleries, farmers' markets, and of course, boating, sailing, and an abundance of natural beauty.
Skiers flock from around the world to ski at Boyne Highlands and Nubs Nob. Golfers can't get enough of the acclaimed courses that overlook the bay and forests.
The famous M-119 leads you North through the tunnel of trees for views that are stunning year-round, to villages such as Good Hart and Cross Village and the Sturgeon Bay public beach and protected sand dunes. Just across Little Traverse Bay from Harbor Springs are Bay View, Petoskey, and Bay Harbor, Michigan.
Whether you're looking to call this resort town your home or make it your destination for family vacations, call Wally Kidd (231) 838-2700.
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