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There were no chain stores or fast-food restaurants in downtown Harbor Springs when summer visitors arrived by train in the late 1800s. You won’t find many here today, either.
It’s not hard to figure out why Harbor Springs has become a haven for creativity. The town is full of art supporters, mentors of youthful talents not to mention abundant landscapes that beg to be painted, photographed, or written about.
Harbor Springs, MI is a top 10 spot for a ski vacation. The city is home to two popular ski resorts offering opportunities for skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, ice skating and more.
Located on the shores of Lake Michigan’s Little Traverse Bay, Harbor Springs is a town made for recreation. This Top 10 Spring Break Destination for Families is perfect for outdoor activities, from sailing to snow skiing, and local food. In fact, there are no chain or fast-food restaurants in Harbor Springs, and the city's vibrant downtown is great for small businesses.
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