This July, a sculpture called “A Dream of Home,” will join the some 50 works installed in the rolling landscape and hardwoods of the Michigan Legacy Art Park. Learn more about the artist, Bob Holdeman, and his enduring legacy at Crystal Mountain.
The laundry, picking up milk at the store, paying the electric bill, writing the next great American novel; There's something cathartic about checking items off a to-do list. How much greater would it be if they weren't things you dreaded but stuff you actually looked forward to doing!? We've compiled an ambitious list but we think the more of these to-dos you get to-done, the more you'll enjoy summer.
Join us for this Memorial Day Weekend tradition where we gather with 3,000+ of our closest friends and family to kick start the summer. Make the most of your festival visit with the following tips and tricks to make your trip truly spectacular.
President's Weekend has arrived and here are three quick tips to help you get to the slopes quicker on Saturday morning!
We're giving thanks to the snowmakers for their hard work to open trails for Thanksgiving Day!
Not unlike a snowflake, each winter at Crystal Mountain is a little different. There’s always something new. Check out what we have in store for the 2018-19 winter season.
As the landscape turns a mix of rich orange, bright yellow and fiery red, enjoy a few of our favorite spots to take a day trip (or two) to experience this glorious season.
Liz Nagel of DeWitt has been coming to Crystal Mountain Resort for several years, first as a youngster watching and then for the last 10 years playing and often seeing fellow former Michigan State Spartans win.
Lexi Harkins of Crystal Lake, Ill., playing in just her second professional tournament, is clear of the field by five shots heading into the final round of the 25th Michigan Women’s Open Championship at Crystal Mountain Resort.
DeWitt’s Liz Nagel Shoots 67 to Lead Michigan Women’s Open.
Start the golf season with the proper fundamentals! We talk to Ed Laprade, our PGA Director of Instruction.
We catch up with terrain park guru, Nickolas Kerby, who heads up the crew sculpting the snow.