Mancelona Regional Chamber of Commerce and all its members welcome you to our community.  Mancelona is located in the northwest region of Michigan's lower peninsula, in beautiful Antrim County.   


As we say Welcome to spring, the Mancelona business community thanks all of the visitors who participated in our many snowmobile and ski events throughout the winter season.  We are shifting gears to our spring events.


In April, our friends in Kalkaska will celebrate the National Trout Festival April 27-29, 2017.  In Mancelona, children ages 14 and under may fish for free at Johnson's Pond, located on the south end of Danforth Street in the village limits.  The pond will be stocked with trout.  Fishing begins Saturday, April 29 at 9:00 a.m. sharp. For information please call the Village of Mancelona, 231-587-8331.


In late April to early May, we should begin to see signs of those delicious morel mushrooms popping up!  And, our community celebrates the 62nd annual Mancelona Bass Festival June 1-4, 2017.  



Check our community calendar of events for a listing of events taking place in and around Mancelona.  Come on up, come visit, explore the area, and have a relaxing time.  The local Chambers of Commerce are eager to answer your questions and proud of their communities.  Let us know how we can help you!  Mancelona:  231-587-5500, and Bellaire: 231-533-6023. 


Also check Grass River Natural Area - no way to describe it except "beautiful."  Public outreach and educational programs are offered.  Grass River Natural Area is located on Alden Highway between Mancelona and Alden.  Phone: 231-533-8314 (main office) or 231-533-8576 (nature center on site).





Our Organizations and Links is a directory of the most frequently requested numbers. For a comprehensive membership directory, including non-profit organizations and the church directory, visit the Membership Directory link. We look forward to your visit. Please, contact us if you have any questions about the area. We are always happy to assist!








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