Cheboygan is the Gateway to the Waterways. With three rivers, three lakes and more than 40 miles of inland boating, steer your outboard through its lock system and "rev it up" on the open water.
Indian River is in the center of the Inland Waterway, two blue ribbon trout streams - Sturgeon River, the fastest flowing river in the Northern Lower Peninsula and the beautiful Pigeon River.
Mackinaw City is the gateway to all things Northern Michigan and proud to be the home of three National Historic sites, world's most beautiful suspension bridge "The Mighty Mac" and ferries to magical Mackinac Island.
A "Land of Endless Discovery" awaits you in Michigan's Great Up North. Welcome to Cheboygan County.
The Victorian Cheboygan Opera House is the heart of downtown. The current structure, completed in 1888, stands proudly as a beacon to the arts in the Straits of Mackinac region.
The largest Coast Guard vessel on the Great Lakes.
Over 50 known shipwrecks lie in the Straits of Mackinaw.