Iconic Winter Lodging in Benzie includes the Hotel Frankfort, as well as, a World-Class Resort, Unique Inns, Cabins and Cottages

Posted on January 30th, 2019
Make It Benzie offers a Vacation for Every Interest – Skiing, Snowboarding, Snowshoeing, Snowmobiling, Fat Tire Biking, Ice Fishing, Spa Treatments, Wine, Beer and Spirits Tasting, and More

Benzonia, Mich. (January 23, 2019) – When people think about a Northern Michigan winter vacation, they think about comfortable rooms, great views, relaxation and fireplaces. And some of the best lodging icons of Northern Michigan are boutique historic hotels that create the feeling of comfort and warmth that remind us of our heritage. The Hotel Frankfort in Benzie County is one of the most distinctive and majestic boutique hotels along the coast of Lake Michigan. Located two blocks from Frankfort’s exquisite beach along Lake Michigan with sunset views that rival any in the world, the Hotel Frankfort is a shining beacon hosting visitors 365 days a year.

Owned by Judy Remmert since 2014, the Hotel Frankfort includes 17 unique rooms featuring comfortable queen and king-sized beds, with luxury rooms that include jet tubs and Swedish style saunas. Hotel Frankfort’s restaurant features a beautiful dining room with a fireplace, a nautically designed full bar, a wine cellar, as well as, roomy event space. The Hotel Frankfort is reminiscent of a European boutique hotel, which is the reason that Remmert was delighted when she found it saying, “It’s everything I wanted – a boutique hotel and restaurant. I lived in the Netherlands and Switzerland where every town had a central historic hotel. The Hotel Frankfort reminded me a lot of The Schwann Inn in Horgen, Switzerland and when I laid eyes on it I knew this was the place for me.” Remmert lived in Horgen Switzerland between 2006 – 2009 and ever since, had wanted a boutique hotel property that had its own restaurant with a great wine selection. The Hotel Frankfort had everything she was looking for.

Judy moved from Ann Arbor to Frankfort soon after making the offer on the hotel in 2014. She has been renovating and putting all of the money that she’s made right back into the hotel since she purchased, but is delighted with the results of her efforts and believes it is one of the most unique properties anywhere in the state of Michigan. She states, “I’ve lived and worked in this community for five years now and I love it here! As a first-time business owner, I’m delighted with the friendliness, community spirit and comradery that I’ve experienced in Benzie. Other hotels and lodging locations work together here in making our guests comfortable. We refer people to each other all of the time.”

The restaurant (see Hotel Frankfort for winter hours) highlights the creations of Chef Ronnie Fiel, former Arcadia Bluffs Golf Club chef. With an Americana menu, the food is all Fiel’s signature dishes, with a few borrowed from his grandmother including the stellar meatloaf and pumpkin soup. In February, the Hotel Frankfort will feature a 5-course wine dinner to celebrate Valentine’s Day.

The Hotel Frankfort is located at Main Street and 3rd Avenue in Frankfort. Since 1869 a hotel has stood on that corner. Restaurants within one block of the hotel include Stormcloud Brewing Company, Villa Marine, and Fusion. Others within a short walking distance are Birch & Maple, Dinghy’s, and the Crescent Bakery.

This winter the Hotel Frankfort is partnering with Crystal Mountain on a “Stay and Ski” package that includes an overnight stay and two daily lift tickets ranging in price between $200 – $300 depending on room type. The Benzie Bus will also provide door to door service from Hotel Frankfort to Crystal Mountain when arranged in advance.

The skiing and snowboarding at Crystal Mountain are among the best in the Midwest according to Conde Nast Magazine who named it as one of the “top ten best ski resorts for families in the U.S. and Canada” in 2017. Visitors who want to try a lesson have a chance to do that with instructors who are professionally trained and knowledgeable. Skiers and snowboarders of all ages can participate in one-hour to full day lessons. Many kids slope side programs are offered at Crystal Mountain to keep youngsters engaged and learning within an adventurous and fun environment.

For over 60 years Crystal Mountain has served as a family-owned, four season resort destination featuring lodging, dining, downhill and cross-country skiing, two championship golf courses, award-winning Crystal Spa, Michigan’s only alpine slide, the Park at Water’s Edge, Michigan Legacy Art Park, and an IACC-approved conference center for meetings, conferences and banquets. In the winter, Crystal Mountain is the ideal location for families who want to experience outdoor sports such as skiing, snowboarding, ice skating and more while having a place close by for all members of the family to retreat to during the day. The Inn at the Mountain, which newly opened in Winter of 2017/2018 includes 25 contemporary suites with floor to ceiling windows offering views of the downhill trails and the village. Many other lodging properties are also available at Crystal Mountain, as well.

For a full list of lodging properties for winter getaways to Benzie County and to learn more about seasonal activities, events, and nearby award-winning wineries, distilleries, breweries, and unique restaurants in the area, contact Make It Benzie at 1-800-882-5801 or see the website here.

Mary Carroll, President of Make It Benzie says, “We’re excited to host wintertime visitors to Benzie offering a variety of lodging options and many recreation and relaxation experiences to choose from. You can experience Benzie any way they want to – seeing the abundant beauty through an outdoor experience like snowshoeing, snowmobiling or skiing, or enjoying a spa getaway and a trip to Stormcloud or Lake Ann breweries, St. Ambrose winery & meadery or Iron Fish distillery with friends. We offer something for everyone here. Whether it’s an active family vacation or a serene getaway stay, we invite you to Make it Benzie!”

More about Benzie Winter Activities

No matter where visitors choose to lodge while visiting Benzie, they have the option to purchase day passes to experience Crystal Mountain for downhill or cross-country skiing and snowboarding. Other amenities open for day-pass visitors at Crystal Mountain include:

  • The new Mountain Market and Bru bar on the main level of the recently opened Inn at the Mountain. With the $11 million, the Inn at the Mountain’s new specialty market has an abundance of beverage and food items as well as unique gifts and supplies for visitors. The Bru bar serves specialty coffee drinks, beer and wine bar and a rooftop terrace overlooks the slopes and surrounding village.
  • The Waffle Cabin – the franchise serves delicious waffles and hot coffee out of a quaint little cabin located near the resort’s Mountain Adventure Zone which houses the Crystal Mountain Snowsports School.
  • A fleet of new rental skis and boots from HEAD were introduced in Winter 2018. Crystal’s equipment upgrades feature HEAD Link Pro skis and Next Edge boots. The new wood core ski makes turning easier for the beginner and more responsiveness for the advanced skier. The new four-buckle boots offer better performance along with generous size and comfort.
  • A selection of new Burton Boots and Boards were also introduced in Winter 2018.
  • Ice-skating, fat tire bike rentals and trails, as well as, children’s activities. Adults can enjoy the luxurious spa services at the Leed-Certified award-winning Crystal Spa and superb dining at the Thistle Pub & Grille and Wild Tomato Restaurant.

Other activities throughout Benzie for winter recreational pleasure include:

  • Snowmobiling on nearly 500 miles of connecting groomed trails throughout Benzie County and surrounding regions. If there’s snow in Northern Michigan, Benzie County is the snowmobilers dream. With 135 miles of trails within Benzie county see an abundance of natural beauty along interesting terrain. Trailheads are located in various spots and traveling through quaint towns like Honor, Thompsonville, Benzonia and Beulah is part of the experience. The villages along the trails have restaurants and other resting spots for snowmobilers who want to move from village to village to capture the landscape and experience the unique locale. A trail system and trail conditions, with trail reports, and detailed maps for Benzie County are available online. Snowmobile trail maps are also available at stopping points along the trails and at the Make It Benzie Visitors Center. Visitors can bring their own snowmobiles or can rent them in advance by the day or by the weekend at Crystal Adventures, conveniently located on M-115, approximately 10 ten minutes from the Make It Benzie Visitors Center.
  • Cross-Country Skiing & Snowshoeing on groomed trails and along the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore. Benzie features 22 beautiful miles along the Betsie Valley Trail for cross country skiing, as well as 30 km of cross-country and snowshoeing trails at Crystal Mountain. The Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore features 70,000 acres with various scenic cross-country ski and snowshoe trails, and weekend guided snowshoe tours beginning in January. See four season playground on visitbenzie.com for more information.
  • Ice Fishing on inland lakes and rivers. Fishing on ice (weather dependent) or on shore takes place all year long in Benzie which has over 50 inland lakes, including one of the biggest top ten lakes in Michigan – Crystal Lake. Lake Trout, Rainbow Trout, Small Mouth Bass, Northern Pike, Yellow Perch, Whitefish, Rock Bass and Sturgeon and more are fished throughout the seasons. Fishing enthusiasts can bring their own equipment, or can rent them through bait and tackle businesses in Benzie County. Rentals include shanties, rods, bait and more. Winter fishing guide services are available through Tiny Bubbles Sportsfishing & Sport Fish Michigan.

Get the true flavor of Northern Michigan’s relaxed pace, exciting adventures, endless exploration, and exquisite natural beauty. Plan your vacation now by exploring the Make it Benzie website.

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Make It Benzie Information

Benzie is known amongst visitors as one of the top places in Michigan to experience outdoor exercise, sports and recreation year-round. Benzie has over 100 miles of trails and 60 miles of shoreline including the majestic Crystal Lake, among the top ten largest lakes in Michigan, and over 25 miles of coastline along Lake Michigan. The Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore borders Benzie County offering miles of magnificent beauty for snowshoeing and crosscountry skiing. Other winter sports include fat-tire biking, ice fishing and snowmobiling, downhill skiing and snowboarding.

Benzie County is a perfect vacation getaway year-round with affordable rates at a variety of lodging locations, from a world class resort and historic hotels to cabins on a river or lake. Benzie is the smallest county in Michigan and includes the quaint towns and villages of Beulah, Benzonia, Elberta, Frankfort, Honor, Lake Ann and Thompsonville. Outdoor activities in the spring, summer and fall include fishing, golfing, biking, hiking, running, kayaking, and much more.

Many unique and locally owned restaurants in Benzie appeal to many different palates. Restaurant options include delis, fresh fish, farm-to-table, Asian, Mexican restaurants and more. Breweries include Stormcloud Brewing Company in Frankfort and Lake Ann Brewing in Lake Ann; St. Ambrose winery and meadery in Beulah; and Iron Fish Distillery in Thompsonville.

2019 Make It Benzie Events

(more information can be found in the event links)

FEBRUARY 2019

Annual Winterfest in Benzie County, Beulah
February 9, 2019
Experience family fun throughout the day in Beulah with entertaining children’s winter activities in Beulah Park, a Chili Cook-off, Horse drawn wagon rides, the Winterfest Parade followed by the annual Outhouse Sprint, and fireworks in the evening (weather permitting). For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Betsie Bay Frozen 5K, Frankfort
February 16, 2019
A fun 5k in the middle of February for crazy runners who are willing to brave the elements of cold temperature and 30 mph gusts off of Lake Michigan. This walk/run event starts at the top of Elberta’s beautiful lookout over Lake Michigan and proceeds through town along the Betsie Bay to Frankfort’s Main Street with the finish at the end of town just before the lighthouse. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

MARCH 2019

March on the Mountain 2019
Thompsonville, Crystal Mountain

March 2: Mardi Gras on the Mountain
March 9: Spring Carnival
March 16: Celts & Kayaks
March 23: Retro Weekend
March 24 – April 7: Spring Break
March 17, 24, 31: 5-for-$50 Sundays
Celebrate March with fun special events every weekend. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

April 2019

Crystal Spa Days, Crystal Mountain
April 1, 2019 – May 19, 2019
The 18,500-square foot, leed certified spa at the heart of Crystal Mountain will offer special rates on popular spa experiences. From the first moment you enter the Crystal Spa, you’ll appreciate the comforts of this elegant retreat. Crystal Spa guests also enjoy complimentary Eucalyptus steam rooms, infrared saunas, an indoor relaxation lounge, and mosaic hot tub garden as part of their spa experience. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Crystal Classic Golf Tournament, Crystal Mountain
April 20, 2019
This four-person scramble includes 18 holes of golf with cart, two beverage tickets and food. For more information click here. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

May 2019

Crystal Spa Days, Crystal Mountain
Through May 19, 2019
The 18,500-square foot, leed certified spa at the heart of Crystal Mountain will offer special rates on popular spa experiences. From the first moment you enter the Crystal Spa, you’ll appreciate the comforts of this elegant retreat. Crystal Spa guests also enjoy complimentary Eucalyptus steam rooms, infrared saunas, an indoor relaxation lounge, and mosaic hot tub garden as part of their spa experience. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Annual Michigan Beer & Brat Festival, Crystal Mountain, Thompsonville
May 25, 2019
Enjoy a Memorial Day weekend tradition at Crystal Mountain at the Michigan Beer and Brat Festival. The event features live entertainment slope side while sampling an enormous selection of Michigan’s finest microbrews, local hard cider and mead, and gourmet brats from northwest Michigan markets. Participating breweries include Stormcloud, Bell’s, North Peak, Founders, Shorts, Right Brain and more. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Annual North Mitten Half Marathon, 10k & 5k, Crystal Mountain, Thompsonville
May 26, 2019
Kick off summer with a running start at Crystal Mountain’s 5th Annual Half Marathon, 10k, and 5k race! The North Mitten Half Marathon, 10k and 5k is a combination of paved roads, dirt roads and trails. The North Mitten route consists of primarily flat, open trails on Crystal Mountain property and will not climb the mountain. Both races will start and finish at the slope side tent near the Crystal Clipper chairlift. This is a great spring race for beginners and experienced runners. Runners must register online (registration now open). Entry fee is non-refundable. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

June 2019

Bike Benzie UP North Fondo & Tour, Crystal Mountain, Thompsonville
June 1, 2019
Created by the Benzie Sunrise Rotary Club and hosted by Crystal Mountain, the Bike Benzie Tour is an annual charity ride for the benefit of area youth. The event offers four picturesque rides through beautiful northwest lower Michigan that challenge riders of all ages and abilities. Benzie County and Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore, where a large portion of the 100-mile loop is located, provide a rare combination of incredible natural scenery and perfect cycling terrain. Also, great food stops along the way feature regional snacks and more. All four rides start and end at Crystal Mountain.

Bike Benzie Tour offers four rides through beautiful terrain in Benzie County including 30, 45, 62 and 100-mile options that will challenge riders of all ages and abilities. The Fondo Competition will be restricted to the 62- and 100-mile rides, with awards for both individuals and teams. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Frankfort Elberta Restaurant Week, Frankfort & Elberta
June 3 – 9, 2019
Frankfort Elberta Restaurant Week highlights the dynamic and growing culinary offerings along scenic highway M-22 and historic Betsie Bay. 

There will be many establishments participating. From fresh baked breakfast treats to full service dining and everything in between, Frankfort Elberta Restaurant Week is a great opportunity to beat the summer crowds and discover what’s fresh and hot on this year’s menus.

The event will feature culinary creations from each participating restaurant, available at fixed price points.  The pricing structure presents a simple choice for attendees while providing area chefs with the opportunity for menu creativity. We invite you to discover the delicious diversity of Frankfort Elberta Restaurant Week. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Frankfort Craft Fair, Frankfort
June 15, 2019
This popular craft fair is held in Downtown historic Frankfort on Main Street on the shores of beautiful Lake Michigan. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Nightcrawler Hunt & Take a Kid Fishing, Frankfort
June 21 – 22, 2019
The 16th Annual Take-A-Kid Fishing will be held June 21-22 at Mineral Springs Park in Downtown Frankfort.  The fun begins with a Nightcrawler Hunt on June 21.The Kids gather at Mineral Springs Park at dusk with their flashlights, rain gear (just in case) and buckets to gather their worms!  Then, June 22, bright and early, the whole family can enjoy a day of fishing!  Kids can bring their own fishing rod, or rods will also be available at the park.  

There will be no entry fees and no licenses required for kids.  No kid is turned away but every kid should be accompanied by an adult. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Frankfort 48 – Film Contest, Frankfort
June 20 – 22, 2019
Aspiring filmmakers and those with photography and film interests are invited come to Frankfort, Michigan on June 20 for the second annual Frankfort 48! Participants will create a 3-to-5-minute film celebrating the beauty of Northern Michigan. Participants will have 48 hours to conceive their ideas, scout locations, film, edit, and present their masterpieces. Prizes will be awarded to the top filmmakers. The public is invited to attend the film showing, featuring the winning films, on Saturday, June 22 (Fee to attend). For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Michigan PGA Women’s Open Pro-Am, Thompsonville – Crystal Mountain
June 21-23, 2019
One of the premier Michigan golfing events, The Michigan PGA Women’s Open features some of the best professional and amateur women golfers from around Michigan and across the country. As is tradition, the weekend begins with the Michigan PGA Women’s Open Pro-Am, a 36-hole scramble, featuring mixed–and women-only teams, open to everyone. For more information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Michigan PGA Women’s Open Tournament, Thompsonville – Crystal Mountain
June 24-26, 2019
Crystal Mountain is proud to be celebrating 14 years as host of the Michigan PGA Women’s Open. During this PGA event they will welcome some of the top players in women’s golf from throughout Michigan and around the country to their beautiful Mountain Ridge course. Over the last decade, Crystal Mountain along with its committed partners have created an event that consistently attracts current and former LPGA players, club professionals and top amateurs from across the nation and around the world. In six out of the past nine years, the three-round championship winners have been determined on the final hole of regulation, or during a final playoff. These dramatic conclusions have resulted in significant attention from print, broadcast and online media throughout the state of Michigan and beyond. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

July 2019

Old-Fashioned Fourth of July Thompsonville – Crystal Mountain
Frankfort & Beulah
July 4, 2019
Fourth of July celebrations are taking place all over Benzie County – in Frankfort, Beulah and beautiful Crystal Mountain in Thompsonville. Activities in many locations include fireworks, parades, a Firecracker 5K foot race and other fun-filled activities. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Annual July 4th Celebration & Art in the Park, Frankfort
July 4, 2019
Enjoy the July 4th Parade, Art in the Park, Carnival, Sand Castle Sculpture Contest, & Fireworks! Fireworks display will take place on Frankfort Beach at dusk (approximately 10:30pm). For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Annual July 4th Celebration & Fire Cracker 5K Race, Beulah
July 4, 2019
Beulah’s July 4th celebration includes fireworks, a parade, a Firecracker 5K Footrace and other fun- filled activities. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Beulah Art Fair, Beulah
July 6, 2019
Artisans from the region gather in the quaint Northern Michigan village of Beulah. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Benzie Fishing Frenzy, Frankfort
July 25 – 28, 2019
With over $25,000 in cash and prizes, this annual salmon and trout fishing tournament at Mineral Springs Park is open to anyone. There are three Divisions with a Ladies Classic on Friday and Big Fish Only, Amateur Division, and Pro Division on Saturday. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

August 2019

Frankfort Art Fair, Frankfort
August 16 – 17, 2019
This fine arts juried fair includes the works of over 100 artists. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

September 2019

National Coho Salmon Festival, Honor
September 6 – 8, 2019
Honor is considered the ‘birthplace’ of salmon fishing in the state of Michigan, as the first salmon were planted in the Platte River. The festival celebrates the salmon run on the rivers in Benzie County. For more information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Tri Up North Triathlon (Bike, Paddle, Run), Frankfort
September 14, 2019
The Tri Up North Triathlon is a bike, paddle, run triathlon in Frankfort, Michigan. Located on Betsie Bay and the Western shore of Lake Michigan, Frankfort is the perfect location for a triathlon. 2015 was the inaugural year for this event which was specifically geared toward beginners and those looking for a little motivation to become more active. In 2016, the Challenger Course was introduced which is a competitive course for experienced athletes and relay teams. Their goal is to engage young people, families and individuals to make healthy choices and live an active lifestyle so everyone can enjoy all that Northern Michigan has to offer. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

October 2019

Beulah Fall Festival, Beulah & Benzonia
October 5, 2019
Experience a small-town festival within a beautiful setting in Benzie County. Free activities will be held in Beulah Park and may include a Petting Zoo, Pony Rides, a Climbing Wall, Bounce House, Soup Contest, Chalk Art, Games, Pumpkin Decorating, and Classic Car Show. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Frankfort Beer Week, Frankfort
October 7 – 12, 2019
The highly rated Stormcloud Brewing Company located in Frankfort will be front and center during October’s Frankfort Beer Week. Celebrate all that is great about Craft Beer in Michigan and do it in the cool, scenic, foodie town of Frankfort. Those who appreciate Craft Beer and delicious food know that the best things come from small-batch attention and creativity from people who care about the total experience. Celebrate beer. Celebrate life. Celebrate Frankfort. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Frankfort Fall Festival, Frankfort
October 12, 2019
Throughout the day, experience the wild, wacky and fun at the Frankfort Fall Festival. Some of the most unique happenings will include a parade, GIANT pumpkins, locally built floats a mutt march along Main Street and more activities for all ages. Experience beer, mead, and wine, live music, a silent auction, wagon rides through town and more. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

Peak 2 Peak Mountain Bike Classic, Thompsonville – Crystal Mountain
October 19, 2019
This epic event is held in and around the beautiful and gently rolling terrain which surrounds Crystal Mountain and will start and finish right at the resort. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

11th Annual Frankfort Film Festival, Frankfort
October 17 – 20, 2019
The historic Garden Theater in Frankfort is the place to be on the third weekend of October. This film-lovers’ festival features leading edge independent films from prestigious film festivals throughout the world. Visits by film directors and screenwriters and other surprises may be part of the four-day event. For information about lodging and activities see the Make It Benzie website or call (800) 882-5801.

November 2019

Thanksgiving Reconnect Weekend, Thompsonville, Crystal Mountain
November 28 – December 1, 2019
Experience the Thanksgiving holiday at Crystal Mountain. For more information about other lodging and Benzie County activities see www.visitbenzie.com or call (800) 882-5801.

Annual Holly Berry Arts and Crafts Fair with Santa, Frankfort
November 30, 2019
Holly Berry Art & Crafts Fair will be held November 30,2019 at the Frankfort-Elberta High School, with many artists! Get your holiday shopping started or finished at this annual popular arts and crafts event, the Saturday after Thanksgiving. For more information about lodging and holiday activities see Make It Benzie or call (800) 882-5801.

December 2019

Christmas Magic, Beulah
December 14, 2019
Experience “Christmas Magic!”, the 2nd Saturday in December in downtown Beulah, Enjoy festive decorations by the downtown businesses in Beulah. Stores stay open late for holiday shopping. Fun activities include a light parade, visits with Santa, and kids’ activities. For more information about lodging and holiday activities see Make It Benzie or call (800) 882-5801.

Holiday Weeks at Crystal Mountain
Thompsonville, Crystal Mountain
Experience a festive holiday getaway at Crystal Mountain. For more information about other lodging and Benzie County holiday activities see www.visitbenzie.com or call (800) 882-5801.

New Year’s Eve
Thompsonville, Crystal Mountain
December 31, 2019
Kick off 2020 at Crystal Mountain with something fun for every age. For more information about lodging and holiday activities see Make It Benzie or call (800) 882-5801.

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CONTACT:

Sally Zarafonetis
Media Consultant
Benzie County Visitors Bureau
(616) 656-5885
szarafonetis@gmail.com

Mary Carroll
President
Benzie County Visitors Bureau
(800) 882-5801
director@benzie.org