Resort Activities

It takes but a few steps from your accommodations to access a wealth of fabulous activities at The Inn at Bay Harbor. Within the comfortable confines of The Inn itself, The Spa beckons- inviting you to pamper yourself with a relaxing pedicure or to an entire day of blissful rejuvenation. Start your day with the lavish breakfast buffet in Sagamore's. Indulge in flaky pastries, fresh fruit, eggs to order, sweet breads and Starbucks brewed coffee. Lunch and Dinner from Vintage Chophouse l Wine Bar is where adults come to unwind. Patio seating offers unobstructed views of Little Traverse Bay and live entertainment throughout the summer.

Boyne Outfitters offers free casting lessons Friday nights during the summer season. Private and guided fly fishing trips are also offered year-round. Call 231.549.6064 for additional information.

Step outside. Enjoy the spectacular view. Beachfront cabanas, teak lounges and sturdy, deep seated Adirondack chairs are ever present and support a lengthy vigil of the Lake Michigan horizon. Breathe fresh air. Close your eyes, listen to the ruffle of the flag, the ting of its clip on the flag pole, and the quiet play of children building sand castles and skipping stones. If you tire of the vigil, lay back in a shore side hammock. Ease back into movement with a challenge at the life-size chess board or a friendly game of croquet on the bent grass lawn. With water surrounding you, swimming is a natural choice.

Body and soul recharged, you are free to pursue more active pastimes with full zeal. Golfers accept the challenge laid out by the surrounding golf courses- some of the world's best. Boating, hiking, biking and fishing round out more active pursuits.

Winter brings a new feel to The Inn. Skiing provides a vibrant pulse and evenings painted by the quiet dance of a warm fireplace offer a warm compliment to the stark beauty of Little Traverse Bay's frozen expanse.

Whatever your inclination, whatever the season, The Inn at Bay Harbor promises time well spent and life well lived and the longing to return.