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Most Popular Events & Festivals in Boyne City

Northern Michigan’s Boyne City offers fun events and festivals that have something for everyone. From their legendary 4th of July to their Harvest Festival, you’ll never be bored in Petoskey!

Here we’ve condensed the most popular annual happenings, so you can see at a glance which time of year you may want to visit our wonderful area. Welcome to Boyne City!

Chocolate Covered Boyne


Boyne City merchants annually celebrate everything chocolate the weekend closest to Valentine’s Day at Chocolate Covered Boyne. There is a Chocolate Dessert Contest, tasty specials, and treats. Any there are also discounts and sales offered by many of the local merchants.

Fourth of July Celebration


Boyne City does Independence Day right with 3 days full of family fun! There’s music, food, an arts and crafts fair, a duck race, Cornhole Tournament and so much more. Many people start the day on the 4th with the Independence Day Run and end it watching Boyne City’s spectacular fireworks show.

Boyne City Harvest Festival


Boyne City’s Harvest Festival, held in their downtown district,  fills the downtown with music, crafts, and fall produce. The Boyne City Farmers Market moves to Water and Lake Streets and offers a variety of apples and other harvest items including pumpkins, squash, apple butter, jam, honey, and cider. There’s also live music, more than 30 arts and craft vendors, and much more.

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Activities & Attractions in Northern Michigan

Fishermans Island State Park

Fisherman’s Island State Park

Fisherman’s Island State Park has more than 2,600 acres and miles of gorgeous Lake Michigan beach and is located just south of Charlevoix.

Cheboygan Opera House

Cheboygan Opera House

The elegantly restored Cheboygan Opera House is an acoustically superb, Victorian theatre that presents entertainment of many genres.

Harbor Springs History Museum

Harbor Springs History Museum

The Harbor Springs History Museum offers a unique look at the history of the community, starting with the first Catholic missionaries.