Traveling to Cadillac is when you get that first ‘Up North feel’, the forests are bigger, the town more welcoming. Cadillac is a city on the lakes, connected by trails, united by rivers and surrounded by forests, where you can get away from it all.

Cadillac is home to everything that floats, bobs, splashes and swims. It’s where the walkways spill into lakeside concerts and fish stories rarely end with one’s that got away. Lakes Cadillac and Mitchell offer over 3,700 acres of prime fishing and take advantage of miles of public access. Or take a canoe or kayak on the Pine, Pere Marquette and Manistee Rivers.

Hikers, bikers and walkers will enjoy 300+ miles of multi-terrain trails with over 500,000 acres of state and national forest. From the rugged North Country Trail to the paved White Pine Trail to sprawling fairways, nature provides indulgent terrain for your wheels of adventure.

We recommend ending your day with a mouthwatering homemade meal in downtown Cadillac. You’ll find coffee shops, delis, fine dining and hearty ‘pastie’ dinners.

Indulge in Cadillacs small town festivals, farmers markets and cultural arts events as they fill a weekend or week long itinerary. Whatever the season…