Further up Hwy 31 in Petoskey, stop in to see the museum's Hemingway collection, including rare first-edition books that the author autographed for a friend when he visited in 1947.
Buy a bulging slice, or pick apples and peaches in the surrounding orchards. Crane's is in Fennville, 3 miles south on the Blue Star Hwy, then 4 miles inland on Hwy 89.
Locals like to hang out and sip the house-made suds.
After a day of fun in the sun, refresh with sandwiches at gastronome favorite Folgarelli's.
Toss back a drink at this Petoskey bar where Hemingway was a regular.
It gets props for its pizzas.
Located by the chain ferry, Wicks gets props for its lake perch and live music.
One of the Mission Peninsula's stalwards, pouring renowned Chardonnay and Pinot Noir. It also has a six-room inn on site.
It gets lots of kudos for its Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and dessert wines, as well as for the romantic, French-style B&B on the grounds.