Museums, Parks & Historical Sites

Museums, Parks & Historical Sites in the Benzie Area

Tucked along Lake Michigan is one of Northern Michigan’s best kept secrets – Benzie County – where we’re known more for our wildlife than our nightlife. The natural beauty of the area and the numerous opportunities for outdoor recreation are strong influences.

Cultural activities include events sponsored by the Benzie Area Historical Society, and concerts presented by the Benzie Area Symphony Orchestra and the Community Chorus. Of special note is the opportunities to attend world-class performances at the nearby, internationally-recognized Interlochen Arts Academy.

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Point Betsie Lighthouse

3701 Point Betsie Rd
Frankfort, MI 49635

Phone: (231) 352-7666
Region: Frankfort / Elberta
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Stunning view of the dunes and Lake Michigan. Gift Shop. Tours late May to early Oct. Call ahead.
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Platte River State Fish Hatchery

US 31
Honor, MI 49640

Phone: (231) 325-4611
Region: Honor/Lake Ann

Largest fish hatchery east of Mississippi River. Open 7:30 AM-4:00 PM. Call ahead.
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Platte Plains Trail

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Empire, MI 49630

Phone: (231) 326-4700
Region: Empire
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The Platte Plains trail system has about 15 miles of trails through the maple-beech and pine forest that gives the h ...
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Platte Plains Trail

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Empire, MI 49630
Phone: (231) 326-4700
Region: Empire
The Platte Plains trail system has about 15 miles of trails through the maple-beech and pine forest that gives the h ...

Platte River State Fish Hatchery

US 31
Honor, MI 49640
Phone: (231) 325-4611
Region: Honor/Lake Ann
Largest fish hatchery east of Mississippi River. Open 7:30 AM-4:00 PM. Call ahead.

Point Betsie Lighthouse

3701 Point Betsie Rd
Frankfort, MI 49635
Phone: (231) 352-7666
Region: Frankfort / Elberta
Stunning view of the dunes and Lake Michigan. Gift Shop. Tours late May to early Oct. Call ahead.

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