Own at the top of Crystal Mountain! This 3BR/3BA MountainTop townhome features walkable access to the slopes in winter, colorful views in the fall, grassy lawn, pool area and access to hike-able woods and trails in the summer. This whole ownership property includes living & dining areas, a full kitchen and three levels of space for the whole crew!
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In less than 24-hours, we’ll be skiing and riding down the slopes! We’ll have at least 8 trails open on Friday including some features in Jester’s Alley. We’d like to send a huge “thank you” to our staff for working tirelessly this week to open. Here’s to the start of the 2019-2020 season! ❄️ ... See MoreSee Less
A one-night showcase of exceptional songwriting and high class performances, as one of Michigan’s premier indie bands is joined by an exciting emerging artist making waves across northern Michigan.
Summer Sounds Concert Series
Bring family and friends for a wonderful night of entertainment at an Art Park concert this summer. For over twenty years, concert-goers have enjoyed the fresh air, relaxed atmosphere and great music of Summer Sounds, a perfect way to spend a midsummer evening.
Concerts are held from 7-9pm.
General Admission: $10 Kids 12-and-under: Free
Friday, July 5: Nina & The Buffalo Riders
Friday, July 12: Last Gasp Collective
Friday, July 19: The Go Rounds + Charlie Millard Band
We love Michigan artist and Art Park friend Jerry Gretzinger - so if you're in the Chicago area, explore his groovy exhibit at The Intuit Art Center, now through January 12, 2020 >>> bit.ly/33HtSHa... See MoreSee Less
Our deepest thanks to our veterans for their service and sacrifices. The Art Park invites you to explore "Fallen Comrade" - a sculptural tribute to the valor and skill of the famed Tuskegee Airmen, the African American squadron of fighter pilots whose World War II record was heroic on two fronts—in air combat as well as in breaking the barriers of racism in the U.S. military. David Greenwood's art prompts us to remember those who fought for our personal and national freedom even as they were denied their own. ... See MoreSee Less