24. Tesoro Inn is a lovely, contemporary bed and breakfast boasting spectacular vineyard and orchard views in the heart of the Grand Traverse Bay. Your hosts, Jane and Les Hagman, have created an experience designed to let guests get away and truely relax. A wonderful place to unwind and reconnect. (231) 223 7686
Old Mission Wineries are situated uniquely at the globe’s 45th parallel - the ideal climate for growing varietal wine grapes - the five wineries that comprise this stunning appellation have been well recognized by international wine enthusiasts. The dedicated vintners who hone their craft on the glacially formed landscape include.
25. Chateau Chantal Winery Inn
26. Two Lads Winery
27. Old Mission Tavern and Bella Galleria combines the atmosphere of a classic, cozy old world tavern with a sunny open air art market. This must stop gem, complete with fireplace, serves outstanding food, especially great Prime Rib, Chicken Artichoke, Rack of Lamb and Fresh Fish. It’s a favorite get-away lunch spot as well. After dining be sure to browse through the Bella Galleria, which showcases the works of over 75 artists, some well known not only here but abroad.
28. Harbor View Farm and Nursery
29. Old Mission General Store
Welcome to the General Store, folks, where we've been since the mid-1800s. Enjoy a meal in our parlor, pickles & candy from barrels, stories and laughs. Fresh-baked pizza, cold, dipped ice cream, all manner of supplies, provisions & delectables for your beach picnic; wine, beer and spirits for later. This old trading post has it all, history included. We look forward to your visit to this special antique.
30. Old Mission Inn.This historic hotel was built in 1869. Whether staying in the Victorian themed rooms or dining at the outdoor café, you will love the breathtaking view of the East Grand Traverse Bay. Become part of the Inn’s history that will be shared with guests of the future.
Mission Bay Café offers old fashion comfort food which makes for a fun and relaxed atmosphere. Pizza, coney dogs, hamburgers, pie and ice cream just to name a few. Or order a picnic and eat at the beach. Available for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
J. Lighthouse Park. A short jaunt takes you to the classic old lighthouse and beach. There are plenty of marked trails for hiking and cross-country skiing. Make sure to check out the 1858 Hessler Log Home. Download a trail map.
I. Haserot Beach & Old Mission Boat Launch. A beautiful beach and children’s play area are tucked into this picturesque harbor.
H. The Old Mission, a replica of a log house built in 1840, was used as a church and school for the Chippewa Indians.
G. The Dougherty House, built in 1842 By Reverend Peter Dougherty is the first frame building in the region.