Interlochen Real Estate
Visit the friendly Village of Interlochen for Up North outdoor activities, as well as arts and culture year round.
Interlochen At A Glance
The Village of Interlochen and Interlochen State Park are located between two all sports, freshwater lakes, Duck Lake and Green Lake. Boating, jet skiing, water skiing, wakeboarding, paddling, swimming and fishing are popular on these lakes. The rivers and streams of the Betsie River Watershed are a fisherman’s delight! Lake Dubonnet and Cedar Hedge Lake are no wake lakes appealing to the silent sports enthusiasts such as paddlers and fishermen.
Lost Lake Pathway which meanders around Lost Lake, Lake Dubonnet Campground and along the shore of Lake Dubonnet is ideal for hiking and mountain biking in the spring, summer and fall and snowshoeing and cross country skiing in the winter. Just west of Interlochen, snowmobilers will find the Platte River and Betsie River trails.
Internationally acclaimed Interlochen Center for the Arts is home to the Arts Academy, Performance series and Interlochen Public Radio. This wooded campus sit on the shore of Green Lake. Locals and visitors often pull their boats in close to listen to popular musicians during the summer concerts.
With memberships, leagues and a variety of fundraising events, Interlochen Golf Course treats golfers to tall pines, beautiful fairways and manicured greens. Bradley’s Pub and Grille, named after owner and pro Brad Dean, serves lunch and dinner year round.
Hofbrau Steak House and American Grille, located right in the village, has been the Interlochen’s goto dinner spot for steak, pasta, seafood and pizza for generations. Maddy’s Tavern fills the niche for casual dinners with a focus on burgers, tacos and sandwiches. Bud’s Family Restaurant and Dilbert’s are laid back, family breakfast and lunch favorites!