Pellston Travel Guide, Michigan
Pellston, MI US – Overview
Emmet County in the state of Michigan in the United States of America has a small village known by the name of Pellston.
According to the census of 2000, the village of Pellston had a population of about 771 people. Being a populated village the density of the area was found to be 402.8 per square mile. The racial and ethnic makeup of the village shows that along with the whites other racial groups also exist in Pellston, though in small numbers. These include Native Americans, African Americans, Pacific Islanders and Asians. People from Hispanic or Latino race can also be found in Pellston. The boy-girl ratio of the village is average and the presence of one sex doesn’t dominate over the other. The per capita income of the village is quite low at about $13,047, being the average household income.
Location and weather conditions:
Known as the “icebox of the nation” the village of Pellston is known for frigid winters and is considered amongst the coldest regions in the United States of America. The village is located on the boundary dividing McKinley Township and the Maple River Township. The village doesn’t have any water body flowing through it. The village of Pellston is 699 feet above the sea level.
Education and Libraries:
The school level education is good in Pellston. The proximity of the University of Michigan also provides good scope for university education of the students residing in Pellston. Pellston branch library with its huge store of books serves a positive purpose for the students. If you are new to the village of Pellston, visiting the library can enhance your knowledge about the village. Along with the library, another great attraction of Pellston includes the Little Traverse History Museum.
Though Pellston is not considered a famous tourist destination, its market can be considered amongst the finest gathering places. Well priced, top quality merchandise is always available in this market and the quality of food available is also very good. The foods available in the local restaurants give you the chance to have a taste of the delicious dishes of traditional Pellston.
For a peaceful and relaxed stay, Pellston is the perfect place and you can enjoy a rejuvenating holiday in Pellston during the summers. The village also has good transportation system and is well connected to bigger cities like Petoskey. Have a splendid time visiting Pellston!
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