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


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
Largest used bookstore in Northern Michigan. Over 100,000 books to choose from. Come take advantage of our paperback exchange!
120 E. Pine 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!

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Hooking Into The Fall Steelhead Run

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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...

Get out on the water!

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Waterfowl Hunting Tips

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Walking the Clam River Greenway

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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...

Lake & River Angling

Rolling hills, scenic beauty and pristine waters.  Welcome to the Cadillac area, offering an abundance of angling options on the lakes and along our rivers.  This area is unique in that there are several nearby streams and rivers that offer an angler a...

Keith McKellop Walkway

Lake Cadillac's Eastern Shoreline Park The Keith McKellop Walkway is a 1.5-mile concrete trail that boasts gorgeous views of Lake Cadillac. The east shoreline walkway is four feet wide and consists of concrete. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA),...

Navigating through History

Are you looking to dive deeper into the history and culture of the Greater Cadillac area? The Wexford County Historical Society (WCHS) Museum is the right place for you. With artifacts, photographs, maps, paintings, documents and exhibits of daily life in...
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