Endless days filled with sunshine, toes in the sand, wind whipping through your hair as you glide across the surface of the wide open lake, tee times for golf, dining on the patio, and spectacular sunsets to end every evening. This is summertime in Manistee County.
SUN FILLED DAYS OF SUMMER
Summertime in Manistee County is a favorite destination for beachgoers, bikers, hikers, paddlers, boaters, really just anyone that wants to get outdoors and enjoy the best the Northern Michigan has to offer.
Choose your spot and start counting the days to a summer filled with beaches and bon fires!
JUNE – AUGUST
Average High Temperature: 78
Average Low Temperature: 57
RESERVE SOME SUN & SAND
FIND YOUR PERFECT SPOT
With 25 miles of sandy Lake Michigan shoreline, our beaches are known as some of the greatest in Michigan. We welcome you to long relaxing days of sun and sand, beach volleyball, shoreline fishing, beach bonfires, and breathtaking sunsets. Everything that makes a perfect day at the beach.
Manistee County is home to 9 golf courses each providing a unique golf experience. Make your tee times now for our links high upon a scenic Lake Michigan bluff and amongst the hardwoods of the Manistee National Forest.
With over 150 miles of trails to explore, hikers and bikers choose our region for challenging mountain bike trails or for short-looped trails for an afternoon hike. Manistee County is your summertime trail destination.
3 Lake Michigan harbors and world-class fishing welcome boaters to our waters throughout the sunny summer season. Don’t have a boat of your own? Charter a fishing excursion or a sunset cruise to experience Manistee County on the water.
NATURAL WONDERS TOUR
Summer is the perfect time to get outdoors and enjoy the natural beauty of our region. The self-guided Natural Wonders Tour traverses Manistee County to 9 destinations that highlight our most prized natural wonders.
Manistee County is home to 3 great paddling rivers for all experience levels. The Pine River offers one of the only white water experiences in the lower pennisula, or for a slower trip, the Little Manistee is a great for a slower family float.
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