Attractions To See -Avoca Michigan
Avoca Michigan is the home of many splendid things — we know it, because we live here. Beautiful scenery, majestic lakes, fabulous food, quirky locales and hidden gems just barely scratch the surface of what Avoca Michigan has to offer.
We asked staff members of the Avoca Press to share some of the best things to see and do in Michigan, based on our personal experiences. Here are 50 ideas you may want to add to your bucket list if you visit Avoca, MI.
Think we missed something? Add your bucket list item here and be sure to explain why it’s great.
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Michigan is the 38th state to take up a state wide smoking ban in restaurants. Not only will you not be allowed to smoke in restaurants, but any public place that employs people. This applies to places such as malls, concert halls, nursing homes and anyplace else that serves food or beverages or employs at least one person. For years, non-smokers have been complaining about the effects of second-hand smoke. Second-hand smoke has been proven to cause many diseases, including lung cancer and upper respiratory infections. Waiters and waitresses have been trying to get away from second-hand smoke as well as patrons.
Unfortunately, the best viable option is for the smoker to take a good look at their health and situation and try to quit smoking. Kicking the habit will afford many benefits to a person's health. Easier breathing, less colds and infections, and healthy lungs, to name a few. Over 5,000 Michiganians lose their life each year due to tobacco. Health care costs are soaring. Michigan's ban on smoking will help drive down these costs for non-smokers who previously were exposed to the second-hand smoke.
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Visit North West Michigan for popular vacation spots like Petoskey, Traverse City, Manistee and Cadillac to enjoy a family-fun vacation or short weekend getaway.
Petoskey Michigan - Enjoy Your Vacation With The Most Beautiful Scenic View
The City of Petoskey is an established, longtime community located on the shore of Lake Michigan's Little Traverse Bay, well-known for its scenic beauty. Found in the heart of one of the mid-west's most popular four-season resort areas, it is the county seat of Emmet County, as well as the home to the historic Gaslight Shopping District. Attractions include Petoskey stones, harbor springs, resort and winery, farm market, fun center and family water-park. Vacation home rentals are also available with easy access to lakes and rivers.
Cadillac Michigan - A Family-Fun Yet Affordable Vacation Getaway
Cadillac of Northwest Lower Michigan, situated in Wexford County on Lake Cadillac and Lake Mitchell, is the perfect choice for an affordable family-fun vacation getaway with a large variety of beaches and parks, hotels and restaurants and casino gaming.
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In the depressed Michigan housing market, investors are now able to buy bank owned properties for les than 25 cents on the dollar. Once re-habbed, the houses are HUD-appraised. If such a home is purchased by a senior, 62 or older, who is approved for a reversed mortgage, this senior can now be a proud home owner without ever having to make house payments again. The investors are willing to provide a private mortgage or land contract on the home while the senior obtains the reverse mortgage.
Isn't this a great program?! A senior with job loss or income reduction can now own a home without making any mortgage payments*. This senior can now not only be a proud home owner, but also increase his or her financial independence and have cash available for a higher style of living.
*The senior still has an obligation to pay for home insurance and property taxes.