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Our self-guided routes offer you a “go at your own pace” tour of some of the region’s top attractions. The experiences are one-of-a-kind and the memories last for a lifetime.

 

CADILLAC AREA SELF-GUIDED ROUTES

Our self-guided routes offer you a “go at your own pace” tour of some of the region’s top attractions. Take a walk back in time and relive the 1975 KISS homecoming event, explore Cadillac’s past through the sculptures, monuments, and architecture of our city, or traverse the centuries-old, Old Indian Trail linking Cadillac and Traverse City…make your tour a one-of-a-kind experience as you learn about the rich past our our region. 

 

Cadillac Stories

Find the latest news and stories about the Cadillac region.  Our team of local writers dig deep into the region’s culture and provide our travel community the latest about entertainment, art, culture, trails, seasons and so much more.

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A Milestone Celebration for the Cadillac Festival of the Arts, 50 Years in the Making

Save the date—July 20 & 21, 2018—for the 50th Annual Cadillac Festival of the Arts – Phyllis Olson Art Fair, held in City Park at The Commons, Cadillac, Michigan, adjacent to beautiful Lake Cadillac. The Festival includes more than 100 artists, live music, local...

Life in Early Marion: Cabin Style

Looking to get your history fix? Take a visit to the Marion Historical Museum located at: 505 S Mill St. Marion, MI 49665. The museum is dedicated to preserving the history and artifacts of Marion, Michigan and the surrounding area, and will be sure to...

Listen Locally: Live Music Summer 2018

Looking to get out and embrace local artists and culture? This summer the Greater Cadillac Area has an array of opportunities for you to enjoy live music. The Rotary Performing Arts Pavilion in downtown Cadillac will be hosting live music all summer long...

Cadillac Sculptures and Monuments

by Erica Beham Since it’s days a lumber town, Cadillac has been rich with history. Today, you can travel throughout downtown and see what used to be and what still is. Monuments and sculptures are placed in remembrance of significant figures and times in Cadillac’s...

2 Lakes, A Canal, A Railroad & A Bit of History

2 Lakes, A Canal, A Railroad & A Bit of History When George Mitchell, timber seeker, arrived on the eastern shore of Little Clam Lake (later Lake Cadillac) in 1871, two events that year led him to establish his community quickly at the site. The Great...

10 Cool Places to Visit for a Couples Weekend

By Sisters Studio If you’re looking for a fun weekend getaway in a relaxed small town atmosphere the greater Cadillac area offers a variety of romantic options for you and your sweetheart. From fine dining and a night at the movies to painting socials and sunset walks...

18th Annual Cadillac Holiday Home Tour

By Allison PetersWith snow frosting the ground and the holiday season chiming with cheer, it’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Cadillac! This time of year, decorating with fresh winter greenery and seasonal décor items is a wonderful way to...

The Mystery of the Canal

A WINTER MYSTERY ON THE CANALHave you ever visited the canal connecting Lake Cadillac and Lake Mitchell?  Built as a lifeline during the logging era in the late 1800s, the canal has a mystery that many notice every winter.  The lakes will freeze and the...

10 Activities for a Ladies Weekend in Cadillac

By Joy VanDrie Wine Tasting at the Cadillac Winery Tasting Room – downtown Cadillac.   Call Ashley for a group tasting, or just stop in if it’s just a few of you.   Cadillac Winery Tasting Room offers a relaxing atmosphere in a bar like setting, and also offers...

Cadillac Spirits & Beer Trail

By Erica Benham Clam Lake Beer Co.: With over 40 beers on tap you’ll be sure to find something good here. They brew their own as well.  Don’t forget the popular Sunday Bloody Mary bar as well.  They also have a full bar available. Table 212: You and your friends can...

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