- The list below includes 35 free or cheap things to do in or near Bellaire, Michigan, including 45 different types of inexpensive activities like Breweries, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Art Gallery and History Museums.
- From Grass River Natural Area to Short's Brewing Company, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Bellaire and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Charlevoix, Traverse City, Suttons Bay and Williamsburg.
Destination for nature lovers with birdwatching, moderate hiking and geological history. At Grass River Natural Area various programs are organized for kids and the staff walk you through the dense forests for sight seeing.
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11060 U.S. 31, Williamsburg, MI 49690 MoreLess Info
Promoting a love and passion for the wilderness and the great outdoors, Guntzviller's Spirit of the Woods Museum features a number of interesting exhibits. Along with taxidermy, there are displays related to Native Americans and early living in Michigan.
A tourist attraction, Mission Point Lighthouse is important to the history of Michigan. The lighthouse is open for tours including its living quarters. Tourists can also walk the local trail or purchase memorabilia at the gift shop.
A serene site located in the Pere Marquette State Forest, the Sand Lakes Quiet Area is perfect for biking, hiking and watching wildlife. Motorized vehicles are prohibited from entering this area thus maintaining the solitude of the area.
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One Boyne Mountain Road, Boyne Falls, MI 49713 MoreLess Info
Adventurous zipline sports under the supervision of trained staff is what you are offered at Zipline Adventure at Boyne Mountain. There are 9 different activities on zipline. Kids along with adults can go for the sports.
Bier Gallery consists of three buildings including a 19th century school, an artist workshop and the main gallery. It features a collection primarily created by local artists and including jewelry, paintings, pottery, glass and sculptures.
A 19th century old castle, the Castle Farms was built by Albert Loeb, then president of Sears Company. Currently, Castle Farms is open to the public with its museum. It is also used as a perfect venue for 'Happily Ever After' weddings.