Beulah is a village in the U.S. state of Michigan and the county seat of Benzie County. The population was 342 at the 2010 census. It is located in Benzonia Township at the southeast end of Crystal Lake, about one mile (1.6 km) north of Benzonia on U.S. Highway 31 (US 31).
Restaurants in Beulah
4.5 based on 50 reviews
100% local honey, mead and Michigan grown wine. We have a wide selection of red and white wines along with our own estate meads. Come and sample Pure Michigan.
Have known about St. Ambrose Cellars and had the opportunity to visit over Labor Day weekend. We were visiting with our niece who was checking out the facility and amenities for a possible wedding venue. Beautiful property, spacious with several building including a tasting room, barn for inside activities like dancing and wedding ceremony, and outdoor tables and games. The gardens were in full bloom and the bee hives were active and full of honey. We sat outside under an umbrella table by the bocce ball box and enjoyed a flight of four honey based drinks. The mead beverages were light, sweet and tasty and we will definitely return for more drink and food and who knows maybe a family wedding and reception.
4.5 based on 95 reviews
This is a very nice drive in, it only shows up to PG, it has a very good food outlet, best to turn up early to get a good spot, but be prepared to wait a long time for the movie to start,
4 based on 25 reviews
Tucked away on a wildlife sanctuary in northern Michigan is a shop built of native stones, glass, and wood. A building that brings the outdoors in and blends all nature in its structure. From the display room with its huge fireplace and natural fountain, one can watch as twelve Heidelberg presses print. We wish you could visit the home and wildlife sanctuary of World Renowned Artist Gwen Frostic, just to see the development of Gwen's single designs. Attuned to the spirit of nature, Gwen sketched flowers ~ birds ~ trees ~ grasses and other little things one finds ~ out where they grow and live ~ cut each linoleum block by hand for the notepapers ~ calendars and books to share with you the grandeur and wondrous simplicity of nature ~~~ its serenity ~~ and beauty. Gwen Frostic Block Printing and Nature Note Cards display her creativity just as well. Unique Shopping Experience!
We always stop by Gwen Frostic when we’re in the area. During our recent visit my wife stocked up on greeting cards and gifts, but I spent most of my time the way I always do -- watching the printing presses in action. It’s mesmerizing! I like it almost as much as staring into a campfire.
5 based on 86 reviews
Magnificent vistas from high up on the bluff overlooking the coastline and way out into Lake Michigan. It`s a great place to observe lake going vessels, hear the sound of the surf and especially to catch a stellar sunset.
It`s an easy and safe pull over off the highway.
4.5 based on 236 reviews
Takes a while to get out to this lighthouse but I would say it’s definitely worth the time invested. Nice beach to walk on and a great lighthouse to just stand and look at. My advice would be that you take a picnic lunch a blanket to sit on and just spend a couple hours enjoying the view of Lake Michigan
4.5 based on 159 reviews
Four-season family resort has lots to do on and off the slopes.
During the late 1970s, I was a member of the Central Michigan University Ski Club and skied at Crystal Mountain about once a week. (Heck, one very-long weekday trip there that ended at about 9:30 at night, I made 70 runs down "Loki" because the snow was so perfect that it was just too good to head for home! Really!!) But while I loved skiing at Crystal Mountain (especially since CMU Ski Club members got a big discount on their lift tickets), I never considered this ski resort to be in the same league as a place like Boyne Mountain. Well ... that was a long time ago! Today, Crystal Mountain Resort is every bit as "upscale" as Boyne Mountain ever was. When I saw the place recently, I could hardly believe my eyes! And it's truly a 4-season resort these days. I was there in early September, and the Loki Quad chairlift was operating to serve Michigan's only alpine ride, the "Crystal Coaster Alpine Slide." With two golf courses, hiking trails, mountain biking, a disc golf course, tennis courts, and a one-acre, outdoor water playground available, there's plenty to do for the entire family. Crystal Mountain has definitely entered the top tier of Michigan's resorts!
4.5 based on 11 reviews
This is one of the few places I have found to be able to do bonfires on the beach. The lookout up top is gorgeous, but take the drive down to the beach. There is a nice parking lot at the base of the hill. There is a road that travels south, but I've heard many a story of people getting stuck by slightly straying from the well packed road.
If you do plan on a bonfire, remember safety first. We always bring a large 5 gallon bucket with us that contains our fire starting supplies and serves as a way to extinguish the fire when done. Make sure it is well drowned and cool to the touch before leaving.
5 based on 12 reviews
Our mission is to inspire people to explore the past! The Benzie Area Historical Society seeks to educate and entertain the public about Benzie County and many of communities that boarder it, through exhibits at the museum and programs held throughout the area. The Benzie Area Historical Society and Museum celebrate the people, industries, and organizations that made Benzie County’s History and Heritage an important factor in Northwest Michigan. The BAHS Museum is housed in a 1887 built Congregational Church building in Benzonia and is listed on the Michigan State Register of Historic Sites. Our museum holds historical treasures beginning with Americas “First People, Native Americans before the arrival of the first white settlers. Industries beginning with the timber rush, logging and sawmills, charcoal and early chemical works, iron foundry’s, maritime history including commercial shipping from various Lake Michigan ports, commercial and recreational fishing, agriculture and food processing and of course, the Ann Arbor Railroad and Car Ferry days. The Benzie Area Historical Society is a Michigan non-profit and IRS 501(c)(3) tax-exempt membership organization.
We REALLY enjoyed our visit to the Benzi Area Historical Museum. We spent an entire afternoon and must go back to see more. Our guide was knowledgable, helpful and very friendly. There's too much to see and learn in a short period of time. We had a personal guide for the two of us.
4 based on 7 reviews
We really enjoyed our two outings on this course. The course is hilly and wooded but not too challenging for average golfers. The greens were in perfect shape but tricky. The views were spectacular looking out at Crystal Lake, especially from the elevated 16th hole. The staff was friendly and very helpful.
5 based on 544 reviews
A beautiful drive with scenic views. We went on a Friday, before the weekend rush. Imagine this will be super busy in a few weeks when the colors change.
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