Welcome to Petoskey, Michigan!

Overlooking the shores of Lake Michigan's Little Traverse Bay in the northern tip of Michigan's Lower Peninsula you'll find Petoskey Michigan, a quaint resort community with unmatched beauty and charm. Petoskey has been a destination for resorters for more than 100-years and for multiple generations. People return to soak in the rich views, breathe the clean air, eat at world-class restaurants and shop in the specialty shops and boutiques of its historic downtown.

As you plan your vacation in and around Petoskey, please feel free to use the abundant information on our web site. Simply click on the tab at the top right and we'll guide you to the visitor information you need for Petoskey, Walloon Lake, Harbor Springs, Alanson, and Pellston. You can learn about the famous Petoskey stone and why Ernest Hemingway proudly called this area home for so many years. You'll also learn about the great outdoor recreation opportunities that include bike trails, cross country ski trails, boating, fishing, and of course the Midwest's best downhill skiing. You'll also find information about the famous resort communities of historic Bay View and the more recently developed Bay Harbor.




If you're moving to Petoskey, the Visitor's Information site includes a section on Our Community that will help you find the relocation information you need.

The Chamber Information tab at the top left will show you why Petoskey is a great place to start a business. There you will learn about the Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce and its abundant programs that promote entrepreneurism, tourism, networking, and advocacy for area businesses. There are more than 750-members of the chamber; we encourage you to learn why this small town has such a large and vibrant chamber.

Welcome to Petoskey. If the site doesn't fully address your needs, we hope that you'll contact us so that we can help you collect all of the information you are seeking.


Petoskey Regional Chamber of Commerce

401 East Mitchell Street • Phone: (231) 347-4150 • Fax: (231) 348-1810 • Contact the Chamber