Indian River is at the center of all that makes Northern Michigan a treasured vacation destination and place to call home. Indian River, named after the river which flows through it, is nestled between Burt Lake and Mullett Lake along the 40 mile long Inland Waterway. Conveniently located off I-75, 25 miles south of the Mackinaw Bridge, Indian River is a place that visitors of all ages find many pleasures to enjoy during any season of the year.
Truly Nature’s Mecca, Indian River is the ideal location to boat, fish, hunt, camp, bike, golf, kayak, canoe, raft, tube, stand up paddle board, sail, snowmobile, ORV, Motorcycle, ski, bird watch, mushroom hunt, hike, skate, dine, and shop. By water or by land, quiet sport or motor, fun with nature is certain with so many activities available to you. Visit the Chamber of Commerce Things to Do Page for ideas on what to do while visiting Indian River.
Petoskey & More...
Petoskey is nestled along the shores of Little Traverse Bay of Lake Michigan, in the northern lower peninsula of Michigan. This beautiful resort community is steeped in history, Victorian architecture, and breathtaking views. Surrounded by the equally charming and historic communities of Harbor Springs and Charlevoix, the Petoskey area boasts unparalleled beauty and charm, offering residents and visitors alike the opportunity to unwind and enjoy nature at its finest. Visit the Chamber of Commerce Regional News Page for ideas on what to do while visiting Petoskey.
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