Dyer Lake Vacation Home | Traverse City, Michigan
Email: thefancys@dyerlakevacationhome.com

Shopping

Shopping opportunities are abundant in the Traverse City area. Downtown you will find specialty boutiques, souvenirs, art galleries, and more. A great way to spend an afternoon window shopping (and buying) and ending with dinner at one of the many downtown restaurants.

Macy’s, JC Penneys, Dunhams and Target are the anchor stores at the Grand Traverse Mall. The mall is located at US31 & Airport Road (about 5 minutes away). You will also find a food court, smaller retailers like Spencer Gifts, Hot Topics, etc. The mall also has some local shops.

North of the mall is Buffalo Ridge Shopping Center (about 2 minutes north of the mall). There you will Kohl’s, Michael’s, ABC Warehouse, Hobby Lobby, Outback Steakhouse, Orayana West, Cherry Blossom 14 movie theater and more.

About 10 minutes east of the mall and at the corner of Airport & Garfield Roads you will find Cherryland Center. The former indoor mall has been converted to a strip mall format and houses Big Lots, Asian Buffett and the Traverse City’s Curling Club. There are plans for bringing more activities to the space.

Grocery stores include major chains like Wal-Mart, Target and Meijer and small local co-op such as Oryana West. The large chain grocery stores have pharmacies as does Family Fare at Chums Corners.

Click on marker for what each location offers. Dyer Lake Vacation Home is green circle. To view the list click on the small box with arrow to the left of the D in a circle.

Farmers Markets

The area boast several farmer markets. All the markets offer fresh produce, local meats, breads and pastries and many other food items. You will also see many of our local artisans working their craft and selling their art. 

Sara Hardy Downtown Farmers Market is operated by the DDA and is located in lot B at the southwest corner of Cass and Grandview Parkway. It is open Saturdays 7:30am to noon May through October. Wednesdays 8am to noon June through October. During Cherry Festival in July the market is moved to the Old Town Parking Garage on 8th street between Union and Cass Streets.

Farmers Market at the Grand Traverse Commons is open all year long. In the warmer month (May-October) the market is held outdoors on Mondays from 2-6. In the colder months (November-April) indoors in the Mercato corrido on Saturday mornings from 10am-2pm.

Interlochen Farmers Market includes 60 different vendors with about 1/2 being food vendors (produce, baked goods, syrups, seasonings, jams, etc). Local artisans have beautiful works of art for sale at very reasonable prices. Interlochen Farm Market is dog friendly.

 

Skip to content