Spring in Manistee County beckons visitors to soak up the sunshine and fresh air on the trails and waterways of our region. Whether you have time for a weekend jaunt or a longer getaway, start planning your spring getaway today!
After a long winter, we are ready to get outdoors to enjoy some sunshine and fresh air. Whether you take to the links or find your self on a trail, spring blooms are all around. Get a little muddy on our trails, hunt for morels, or take in the historic sites on a self-guided tour. There are so many great ways to get outdoors during springtime in Manistee County!
MARCH – MAY
Average High Temperature: 55
Average Low Temperature: 35
9 golf courses of Manistee County invite you to take to the links high upon a scenic Lake Michigan bluff and amongst the hardwoods of the Manistee National Forest.
HISTORIC SITES TOUR
Our self-guided Historic Sites Tour takes you back to the early days of Manistee County. Take 8 tours showcasing more than 100 historic sites throughout our county.
During springtime on the rivers of Manistee County you will find avid anglers casting for steelhead, while on inland lakes they reel in bass, trout, walleye and perch. You will find just the perfect spot for your next fishing excursion.
HIKING & BIKING
With over 150 miles of trails to explore, we invite both hikers and bikers of every ability to escape for a short looped walk or a deep woods adventure. Strap on your hikers, or load up the bikes and head to Manistee County for some springtime trail exploration.
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