Michigan is rich with natural wonders such as rivers, lakes, waterfalls, caves, mountains and forest. Each and every city in Michigan is blessed with wonders of nature that are truly amazing and beautiful.
Aside from the breathtaking gifts of nature, The Great Lakes State is also known for world-class man-made attractions. You can find one of those attractions in Traverse City – The Fairy Trails.
The Fairy Trails of Traverse City opened on May 1st 2016. It’s located along the Cedar Cathedral Trail at The Village at Grand Traverse Commons. The trailhead is located near the water tower right outside of ELF | Eat Learn Frolic, 1371 Gray Drive, Suite 400, Traverse City, MI 49684.
This magical place is open for kids of all ages (even parents and adults are allowed) to explore, discover and build their very own fairy houses using all natural materials. Pinecones, shells, branches and flowers are the most commonly used items in building a fairy house.
Exploring the Fairy Trails is a fun filled adventure! You can discover lots of tiny houses and buildings that are inspired by fairy tale fantasies and wild imaginations. This could be a great family activity this season of fall!
For more information about The Fairy Trails, visit this webpage from LifeandWhim.com
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