Explore Boyne City on the shores of beautiful Lake Charlevoix which has been ranked second by USA Today as “America’s best lake.” Lake Charlevoix has almost 60 miles of shoreline with clear water enjoyed by boating, swimming, fishing, kayaking, snowmobiling, cross country skiing, and other outdoor activities. It boasts beautiful beaches and a State Park. We are located one block from downtown Boyne City and all it has to offer, including marinas with boat rental, a waterfront park with playground, specialty shops, galleries, coffeehouses, ice cream shops, restaurants with live entertainment, and multiple breweries.
Annual events held here continue to grow and include: Morel Festival, Fourth of July Celebration, Boyne Thunder, Harvest Festival, Winterfest, and weekly Farmer’s Market, to name a few. On Friday evenings during Summer, Stroll the Streets brings Water Street alive with entertainers scattered throughout downtown.
The Inn is only seven miles from Boyne Mountain’s ski slopes, golf courses, and Avalanche Bay Indoor Waterpark, and within a short drive of various wineries.
It’s a mural of the great outdoors in Northern Michigan. Furthermore, in Boyne City, the great outdoors is very good. Likewise, we don’t know where to start.
Boyne City is on Lake Charlevoix, so go swimming! In addition, Lake Charlevoix is a great place to go swimming, boating, sailing, kayaking, paddleboarding, and many other things. Additionally, in the winter, people like to go ice fishing and iceboating.
A lot of people go biking and hiking on the many trails and roads around Boyne City almost every single day of the year. Golf? All right.
For winter fun, Avalanche Mountain in Boyne City has ski runs, sledding runs and skating as well as hiking trails when the snow is gone.
Having Boyne Mountain close by makes winter sports even better. Moreover, it has world-class skiing and snowboarding, as well as a snow sports school and a ski village with restaurants and other things to do in the winter. Additionally, cross country skiers and snowshoers can find miles of trails in the Boyne City and Charlevoix area.