Inland Waterways

Northern Michigan has an enormous amount of fresh water. Lakes, ponds, rivers, and in our opinion, the best drinking water in the world. Michigan is a gem of the Great Lakes Region. Northern Michigan makes a name for Inland Waterways. Waterfront property is extremely desirable in Emmet, Charlevoix, Mackinaw, Antrim and Cheboygan Counties. In particular, one of our most treasured Inland Waterway starts at Crooked Lake and goes all the way to Lake Huron. From Cheboygan to Conway, with over 150 miles of shoreline, and over 38 miles of rivers/lakes. Burt Lake is located 20 miles south of Cheboygan in the northern Lower Peninsula. Burt Lake State Park is located on the southeast corner with 2,000 feet of sandy shoreline. In the “Heart” of northern Michigan’s famed Inland Waterway, a chain of rivers and lakes offers approximately 38 miles of boating pleasure. For more fantastic information about Inland Waterways please visit the Indian River Chamber of Commerce website at

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