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In Lake City, vacation rentals start at $68 per night.
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Lake City Information
About Lake City
Lake City, Michigan is a nature-lovers dream. Surrounded by lakes, rivers, trees, and parks, this small town is the perfect destination to camp, hike, ski, or even just relax and enjoy the outdoors.
Things to do in Lake City
There are plenty of fun activities to take part in while you’re staying in Lake City. There are plenty of lakes and streams in the area, so fishers can take a shot at catching some bass, or you can go for a swim or a boat ride. For a relaxing day, head out to Missaukee Golf Course and enjoy the beautiful scenery of Lake City while you’re out on this 18-hole golf course. In the colder months, Missaukee Mountain is the place to be. This ski resort offers skiing, snowboarding, and snow mobiles. In spring, you can head into the forest and look for morel mushrooms, beefsteak, and other kinds of fungus. If being outdoors is your thing, Lake City is the place to be!
Lake City Day Trips
There is plenty of fun to be had outside of the Lake City area as well. An hour away is the Interlochen National Music Camp, where you can catch some of the best artists come and perform in the summer during a weekly concert series. For some theatre, there are three playhouses, all an hour away, where you can catch a dramatic musical or a comedy show. In the winter, ski resorts like Crystal Mountain and Sugarloaf are open for fun winter activities including hiking trails and off-road vehicles. To check out even more cool wildlife, the Huron National Forest is an hour and a half away, and is home to many different animals and plants.
Lake City Accommodations
Whether you decide to explore the wildlife in Lake City, or are planning on taking some day trips outside of the city, we make it easy to find the perfect place to stay. For some fun fishing, swimming, or just hanging out around the water, we have rentals available right on the edge of Lake Missaukee. If you’re looking forward to skiing and other fun winter weather activities, we recommend staying in the northern part of the city, closer to Missaukee Mountain. Planning a day trip out of the city for some skiing? Stay somewhere near M-66, in order to make getting to and from your day trip easier. For hiking, and other outdoor woodland activities, we recommend picking a rental near Maple Grove Park, where you’ll find many trails to hike or bike on, and even some morel mushrooms in the spring. No matter where you decide to stay, you can compare rentals in the area by price, ratings, reviews and more on Tripping. Book your Lake City rental today!
Transportation in Lake City
Getting around Lake City is pretty simple. Since the area has more of a small town atmosphere, there isn’t much public transportation. Visitors to this city should look into renting a car, with car rental services like Enterprise available 18 minutes out of the city. If you have a non-emergency medical situation, the city does offer Lake to Lake Transportation, a non-medical transfer service that offers assistance getting you to the hospital.