Best Ice Cream in Isabella County

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream! We asked our followers and they delivered – Get the scoop on Isabella County’s top ice cream parlors with our list of the area’s top six places to indulge in this sweet treat:

Doozie’s Ice Cream Place – Mt. Pleasant

Everyone loves Doozie’s, serving central Michigan for nearly 40 years. This local hot spot offers Dole Whip and Skinny Dip to satisfy everyone’s needs! Arctic Swirls is a favorite, with 70 flavors to choose from; but with an ever-evolving menu it’s hard to pick an absolute favorite.

The Golf Center – Mt. Pleasant

The Golf Center is a triple threat – ice cream, putt putt AND a driving range! This establishment is a perfect place for an ice cream and putt putt trip with friends and family. Supports MSU Dairy Products and eco-friendly biodegradable products.

Pickard Street Citgo – Mt. Pleasant

With 16 flavors to choose from, Pickard Street Citgo is the place for hard serve ice cream.

Cool Dip Ice Cream – Coldwater Lake Family Park Weidman, MI

Cool Dip Ice Cream offers 23 flavors of hand-dipped ice cream, soft serve, pretzels, hot dogs, coneys, nachos, walking tacos, and a variety of fried foods. A trip to Cool Dip is not complete without making a pit stop at Coldwater Lake Family Park to enjoy a day at the beach.

Downtown Drugs Soda Shoppe – Downtown Mt. Pleasant

This hidden gem in Downtown Mt. Pleasant offers nearly 10 flavors of hard-serve ice cream from vanilla to blackberry! Only open on weekdays.

Cones N Candy – Shepherd, MI

Cones N Candy serves candy burst, malts, sno-cones and other classics, as well as gourmet popcorn, unique candy selections (Shepherd Maple Syrup) and doggie cones for furry friends.

Other favorites:

Mitchell’s Gourmet Deli & Market
Dairy Queen (Mt. Pleasant)
Pohl’s Market (Farewell)

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