There is no greater resource for fresh water boating enthusiasts anywhere in the world than northern Michigan’s Inland Waterway. With 47 miles of navigable lakes and rivers, the Inland Waterway is a truly wonderous boating opportunity for visitors from around the globe.
The Inland Waterway has captivated visitors and residents for generations and generations. It truly is a the jewel of the boating world in northern Michigan and it’s the pride of the Great Up North.
The Inland Waterway runs right through the heart of Cheboygan County. From the harbor at Cheboygan on the Straits of Mackinac, up the Cheboygan River to Mullett Lake, onto the Indian River and into Burt Lake and beyond, the Inland Waterway connects most of our communities by water during much of the year.
There are places to stay, restaurants along the way, and acclaimed sport fishing.
Take a look around the community websites above and enjoy the Inland Waterway of northern Michigan!