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Attractions, events, sports programs, and recreational opportunities in Harbor Springs, Michigan are the focus of this guide.

As M-119 runs north from Petoskey into Harbor Springs, the road narrows and tree canopies arch over it, forming the tunnel of trees for which the city is famous. But there's more. There's Lake Michigan, wildflowers, and ancient trees. While these features may not bring visitors to Harbor Springs, they do make for a memorable welcome.

The city maintains several parks and recreational facilities, including a summer and winter skating park on East Main Street, the Zorn Park Beach, with lifeguards on duty during the swimming season, and Zorn Park itself, a grassy area across from the beach. Zoll Street Beach is a smaller beach on the bay. Kiwanis Park includes a grassy area, playground, disc golf, and a sledding hill. Josephine Ford Park includes public boat launches providing access to Little Traverse Bay, and other smaller parks include Ottawa Stadium Park, Jean Jardine Park, Shay Park, and Deer Park, a fenced-in area with a small herd of whitetail deer. During the summer months, the Harbor Baseball Little League plays its home games at Kosequat Park.

The Lyric Theatre on Main Street is a non-profit movie theater with three unique theaters, offering first-run, classic, and family-favorite movies.

During the winter season, Nub's Nob is a recreation area offering downhill and cross-country skiing. Situated on 246 acres, it has 43 slopes.

These are a few examples of topics that would be appropriate for this category. Others might include art galleries in Harbor Springs, or local museums, historical places, libraries, theaters, and entertainment venues. Recreational programs or facilities, sports teams or leagues, or local concerts, festivals, or events could be listed here.



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