: Charlevoix Municipal
: U.S. 131
: Property is waterfront
: Thirsty Goat
: Boyne Mountain
: Boyne Mountain
: Red Mesa Grill
Historic Boyne City is a quaint little town on the southeast end of Lake Charlevoix. It features restaurants to suit even the most discriminating palates, local bars with summertime rooftop entertainment, unique shops and many local events such as the popular farmer's market, Friday night 'Stroll the Streets' (June thru Labor Day) and free Wednesday 'Evening in the Gazebo' concerts. In addition, summer in Boyne City means cycling , jogging, all forms of water sports (boating, fishing, jet-skiing, kayaking, swimming,etc.), hiking, mountain-biking, zip-lining at Boyne Mountain, and lots of golf. There are over 40 championship golf courses within an hour drive.
Fall brings not only great golf and spectacular color tours, but also the Fall Harvest Festival.
The winter season in Boyne City means lots of snow and related activities. There is skiing at nearby Boyne Mountain. In addition, Boyne Highlands and Nub's Knob are about 30 minutes away. Snowmobilers have room to run full tilt on nearby trails. Kids and grown-ups alike will love the sledding and skating at Avalanche Mountain Park. Fishermen can, of course, cut a hole in the lake and try to catch a nice Walleye dinner.
Finally, for over 50 years springtime has brought the mid-May National Morel Mushroom Festival, and a beautful reawakening of local trees and flowers.
Boyne City is located in the heart of the best part of Northern Michigan and allows visitors to enjoy not only it's local attractions but is close to destinations such as Charlevoix, Traverse City, Pestoskey, Harbor Springs and even a day trip to Mackinac Island.