Photo by Todd and Brad Reed Photography
Charlevoix has been the summer place for generations of people from the Midwest and the U.S. And with good reason. There is so much so see, do, and enjoy in Charlevoix: Venetian Festival, summer art fair, sailing, boating, beaches, golfing, Apple Fest, Concerts in the Park, and more. And petunias! Charlevoix is known for its petunia-lined streets.
A year ’round destination, Charlevoix is near great skiing, hiking, and biking and is at one end of the Little Traverse Wheelway linking Charlevoix through Petoskey to Harbor Springs. Lodging opportunities range from full service hotels to bed and breakfast inns.
The gamut from fine to casual. Things to do? Hop on the ferry to Beaver Island, walk the beach at Fisherman’s Island State Park, pick up some fresh smoked whitefish for dinner, and end the day with an ice cream cone and a walk on the waterfront. The perfect place for perfect days.
Charlevoix is filled with history. Stop by the Harsha House to learn about the rich history in the area. Do you like lighthouses? There are many in the area to visit.
Charlevoix Area Chamber of Commerce
109 Mason St., Charlevoix, MI 49720
Make your next visit to Charlevoix! Sailing, boat, golfing, and beach going await for every visitor that comes to Charlevoix.
Mackinaw and Mackinac are pronounced the same way. Why? It’s the area’s rich history with the Native Americans, French, and British.
Visit Harbor Springs! A Northern Michigan classic any time of year for a variety of things to do. A destination that must be seen!
Visit Mackinac Island for an adventure by bicycle or horse carriage! Visit and stay at the Grand Hotel and see all this island has to offer!
Ernest Hemingway spent part of his first 22 years in Northern Michigan and now, his fans flock to the Petoskey area to walk in his footsteps.
Visit Boyne City! Nestled along Lake Charlevoix, Boyne City is a gem in Northern Michigan’s crown of jewels.
Visit Mackinaw City’s location at the most Northern tip in the lower peninsula for the perfect destination for visitors!
Northern Michigan is filled with activities and is a year ’round place and visitor information can help with planning Up North visits.
Come visit Petoskey! This 6,000 person community nestled on the shores of Lake Michigan is sure to please with something to do every season!