Our Resorts

BOYNE is a collection of year-round mountain and golf resorts, retail stores and real estate opportunities based in northern Lower Michigan.  Each is a member of the Boyne Resorts family of resorts and attractions and includes Boyne Highlands Resort in Harbor Springs, Boyne Mountain Resort in Boyne Falls and The Inn at Bay Harbor - A Renaissance Golf Resort in Bay Harbor as well as Bay Harbor Golf Club, Crooked Tree Golf Club, Hidden River Golf & Casting Club, Avalanche Bay Indoor Waterpark at Boyne Mountain, Boyne Country Sports and Boyne Realty resort sales.

Boyne Highlands, Harbor Springs, MI

This full-service resort lures golfers with 72 holes of public play championship golf and delights vacationers with its Scottish charm.  A variety of accommodations, savory cuisine,full-service spa, ziplining, a par-3 course, horseback trail rides, biking and the Young Americans Dinner Theatre make Boyne Highlands Resort a popular destination for golf and family vacations.  The winter season gives sports enthusiasts the highest vertical skiing and snowboarding in Lower Michigan, plus Zipline Adventure, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, dog sledding, the Aonach Mor Moonlight mountaintop dinner and much more.

Boyne Mountain, Boyne Falls, MI

For over 60 years, Boyne Mountain has been delighting vacationers.  Located in the village of Boyne Falls, the resort offers Michigan's largest indoor waterpark, Avalanche Bay, the luxurious 19,500 square foot Solace Spa and Salon, in addition to many lodging and dining options. The thrilling and new Twin Zip and Zipline Adventure can be experienced year-round while summer attractions include two golf courses, an 18-hole mountain disc golf course, mountain biking, tennis, beach activities at the resort's Deer Lake, hiking, scenic chairlift rides and evening family entertainment like pond fishing, hayrides, movie nights and more.  Winter beckons with snowsports galore from 60 trails of downhill to 35km of cross country, as well as exclusive snowshoe trails, tubing, ice skating and more.

Elegantly nestled along Lake Michigan’s Little Traverse Bay, just west of Petoskey in Bay Harbor, Michigan, The Inn at Bay Harbor offers turn-of-the-century style with the quaint splendor of a Victorian inn and is home to the best view of the area’s “million dollar sunsets.”  The resort offers luxurious accommodations including 134 guest rooms and 84 one-, two- and three-bedroom suites, plus a full-service spa and salon, exceptional dining and meeting venues, boutique shopping, and endless activities including snowsports at nearby Boyne Highlands and Boyne Mountain as well as championship golf at Arthur Hills’ designed Bay Harbor Golf Club during the summer months.  The Inn at Bay Harbor opened its doors in 1998 and is owned and managed by Boyne Resorts.  The Inn at Bay Harbor is a Marriott franchise and the first among the Renaissance Hotels & Resorts portfolio located in the state of Michigan, joining in 2003.

Big Sky Resort, Montana

Lots of resorts have big peaks on the horizon. Ours — Lone Peak — is actually on the trail map. Located just 18 miles north of Yellowstone National Park, the 2-season resort  offers entertainment for families and adventurists alike, and is recognized as a premier convention destination. Big Sky was conceived and built by the late NBC newscaster, Chet Huntley, who first opened its doors in December 1973.  The resort was later purchased by Everett Kircher in 1976 and has remained in the Kircher family ever since.

On the mountain, the Lone Peak Tram takes you to the top of our 11,166 foot Peak. From here you'll have some 5,532 acres and 4,350 vertical feet laid before your wide eyes. It is demonstrative evidence of our right to the title, Biggest Skiing in America®. But it isn't the only evidence. Short lift lines ensure you get all the vertical your legs can handle. And a vast diversity of terrain — from greenhorn to grab-your-avalanche-beacon — means nobody in the family will get bored. Add in 400 inches of powder, and you begin to see why every synonym for the word "big" is exhausted after a vacation at Big Sky Resort.

Loon Mountain, New Hampshire

Loon Mountain offers New Hampshire's biggest skiing on 2,100 feet of vertical with 47 trails, 6 tree skiing areas, 6 terrain parks, superpipe and halfpipe. Located just two hours north of Boston, Loon is consistently rated as one of the most-accessible resorts in New England.

Sugarloaf, Maine

Sugarloaf is the only lift-serviced above-treeline skiing in the East. With a vertical drop of 2,820 ft. Sugarloaf's is the most continuous in New England. There are 146 trails to choose from with enough terrain to keep both the beginner and expert skier and snowboarder happy.

Built on a passion for snow that began in 1959, Sunday River is known for having the most dependable snow in New England. Located 90 minutes from Portland, Maine and three hours from Boston the resort is spread across eight interconnected mountain peaks. The resort features two slopeside Grand Hotels and golf at the acclaimed Sunday River Golf Club.