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With so many shopping spots in the region to explore, there is no telling what you will find on your visit to Cadillac.

SHOPPING IN THE CADILLAC AREA

We offer several styles of shopping in area. Downtown Cadillac offers a wide variety of shopping and dining experiences at your fingertips from vintage buildings hosting specialty shops, galleries, salons, offices and sidewalk cafes. The Northern portion of Mitchell street offers fast food and big box stores, for power shoppers. Whatever you are looking for you can find it shopping in Cadillac Michigan.

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Whether you’re looking for a wardrobe update, jeans, boots, shoes, jewelry, purses or accessories – you’ll find it at Blossom!
117 N. Mitchell St, Cadillac, Michigan 49601
A fashionable boutique store, with years background in customer-care connecting with real women.  We pride ourselves on our commitment to personal detail and attention.
101 S. Mitchell St, Cadillac, Michigan 49601
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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 more. We welcome you to explore Cadillac!

Out and About, 10 Essentials for Your Next Hiking Trip

By Dave Foley: If you enjoy hiking, be it a day trip or an overnight on the trail, there’s plenty of opportunities in the Cadillac area. Pick any stretch of the more than 50 miles or North Country Trail in our area, or hike the Manistee River Trail between Hodenpyl...

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...

Old Indian Trail – Cadillac to Traverse City

THE OLD INDIAN TRAILBY:Frank EttawagheshikFor several centuries, Odawa people have been on these shores and in the woods and hills of this land. We are living amid the places from which spring the stories of our world, ourselves, our families and our tribal nation....

Birders flock to these 7 NW Michigan locales

By Dave FoleyWith its mixture of lakes and streams as well as forests, meadows, marshes, and agricultural lands, Cadillac is a natural gathering point for birds, both migratory, and year-round resident flocks. To help visitors, I worked with Dave Newhouse, a veteran...

Nate’s Camp Greensky Experience

Twenty-five miles west of downtown Cadillac sits a quaint plot of land that, to the unfamiliar eye, appears to just be an open field. Little do they know that 2,000 some people flock from across the country to experience lovely bluegrass music. This Hoxeyville field...

Be a Sledhead in Cadillac

Over 200 miles of groomed trails Cadillac boasts over 200 miles of continuous trails within the National Forest. Snowmobile enthusiasts have two options from hotels along the trails, or to trailer their sleds to very well-kept trailheads along the system. Favorite...

Hooking Into The Fall Steelhead Run

(Parker McNitt fighting a steelhead on a center pin rod) The Manistee River, located west of Cadillac, is the mecca of steelhead fishing. Steelhead, a migratory rainbow trout, are one of the most sought-after fish in the world. Every year, thousands of these fish...

Vertical Drop – Skiing in Cadillac

Back in the day, the Cadillac area was the state’s first ski destination. That legacy is a point of pride for the area, but Cadillac’s storied past does not mean that the area is resting on its laurels. These days, Michigan’s oldest ski destination is also...

A New Chapter in Cadillac’s KISStory

A NEW CHAPTER IN CADILLAC’S KISS Story (Article from the Cadillac News: by Antonio Coleman & Rick Charmoli – Oct. 10, 2015)  The following is an article by the Cadillac News recalling the 40th anniversary celebration. After this weekend, one thing is for certain...

Life can get ‘Ruff’, Take a Break at the Cadillac Area Dog Park

Looking for a place to let your dog run off some steam? The Cadillac Area Dog Park is the perfect place for you! Bill Allen, retired Cadillac High School teacher, recognized the need that the Cadillac Area had for accommodating dog owners and creating a...
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