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The Cadillac Area has several, fun attractions, many available year around, some seasonally.  Check out the list below and see for yourself...

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Adventure Island

6083 E. M-115
Cadillac, MI 49601
Phone: (231)775-5665

Boon Grocery

562 S. Haskins
Boon, MI 49618
Phone: (231) 775-7988

Caberfae Peaks Ski & Golf Resort

1 Caberfae Lane
Cadillac, MI 49601
Phone: (231) 862-3000
Number of Rooms: 36
Open Year Round: Yes

Cadillac Tuxedo & Cadillac Winery Tasting Room

209 N. Mitchell Street
Cadillac, MI 49601
Phone: 231-775-2856

Cadillac Wexford Public Library

411 S. Lake Street
Cadillac, MI 49601
Phone: 231-775-6541

Latitude 44 LLC

308 Wall St
Manton, MI 49663
Phone: 231-920-1253

Abraham's Carriages Rides

360 East Yuma
Mesick, MI 49668
Phone: (231) 389-2306

Cadillac 5 Theater

202 S. Mitchell
Cadillac, MI 49601
Phone: (231) 876-8463

Cadillac Winery

17480 18 Mile Rd
Tustin, MI 49668
Phone: (989) 392-2044

Friends of the Cadillac-Wexford Public Library

411 S. Lake St.
Cadillac, MI 49601
Phone: 231-510-9047

Merritt Speedway

4430 E Houghton Lake Rd
Lake City , MI 49651

Olds Paradise Farms

11499 Blackman Rd
Kingsley, MI 49649
Phone: 231-492-5782

Pahl's Pumpkin Patch

11168 N. M37
Buckley, MI 49620
Phone: 231-269-4400

Park View Lanes

126 W. Harris Street
Cadillac, MI 49601
Phone: (231) 775-5561

Pine Grove Athletic Club, Inc

8179 Mackinaw Trail
Cadillac, MI 49601
Phone: (231) 775-9908

The Hudson Farm

1716 N 29 Rd
Cadillac, MI 49601

The Pines Sports Bar & Bowling Center

5992 E. M-55
Cadillac, MI 49601
Phone: 231-775-7752
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What is the Shay Locomotive and where is it located?

The Shay Locomotive is on display at the Cadillac City Park and is a very special feature of Cadillac. The Shay was invented in the 1800's for the logging industry and is possibly, more than any event, person or thing, made the possible success of Cadillac in the late 1800's.

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