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The Cheboygan Area is the Gateway to the Waterways--your perfect passage to Pure Michigan. 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. Boat to nearby islands, including Mackinac. Imagine you're the harbor master from one of seven area lighthouses. Dive more than 50 world-class shipwrecks. Bike and hike the intersection of the North Central State and North Eastern State rail-trails. Ride through Black Mountain Recreational Area, only one of three sanctioned ATV areas in Michigan. Look out from behind bars inside a turn-of-the century cell at the Cheboygan Historical Jail. Take in a performance at the restored Cheboygan Opera House. After a day of adventures, raise a pint at Cheboygan Brewing Company or dock your boat to dine along the river.
So let's go to the place that's as much fun to visit as it is to say--the Cheboygan Area is Pure Michigan.
The Cheboygan Area is your pure passage to summer fun. It's history and culture, along with its unique attractions, make Cheboygan northern Michigan's summer secret.
A first-class recreational destination, the Cheboygan Area is a water lovers paradise offering boating, beaches, fishing and scuba diving. The lazy days of summer are best enjoyed along the shores of Lake Huron.
From its celebrations of its water heritage to arts to eclectic musical genres, Cheboygan Area's festivals and events offer visitors a chance to experience its vibrant community spirit.
Cheboygan is blessed with one of the finest multi-purpose trail systems in the US. The highly acclaimed North Central State Trail and the newly finished North Eastern State Trail are the destination of choice when it comes to groomed trails for cyclists and hikers alike.
The Inland Route is one of the most picturesque and the only boat trip of its kind on the American continent. Explore the scenic grandeur of this chain of lakes and rivers.
Located half way between Lake Michigan and Lake Huron, Indian River is the center of Michigan's famed Inland Waterway, making it a boating and fishing paradise. You must see The Cross in the Woods, the largest crucifix, standing 55 feet tall.
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