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CRUISE THE BREEZEWAY: The Breezeway, aka C48, is a rural highway that wends through East Jordan, Ellsworth and Atwood and past farms, orchards and lakes. Worth the drive! ridethebreezeway.com.
PADDLE ANTRIM: Paddle from 7 to 42 miles during this second annual two-day event on the Chain of Lakes. Day 1 is from Ellsworth to Bellaire. Day 2 is from Bellaire, through Torch Lake, to Elk Rapids. September 16–17. paddleantrim.com. JORDAN RIVER NATIONAL FISH HATCHERY: Visit the birthplace of 3 million brook trout and lake trout destined for the Great Lakes. A visitors center, self-guided tours through the production buildings, nature trails, pollinator garden and picnic area round out the experience. 6623 Turner Rd., Elmira, 231.584.2461.
GO CHARTER FISHING ON LAKE MICHIGAN: Charters run out of all the harbor towns in this region. To find your charter: michigancharterboats.com. WALK THE WALK OF ART: Take a break from the beach at Elk Rapids Day Park and wander this sculpture garden with 30 works by artists from all over the country. artrapids.org.
BRAKE FOR ROADSIDE FRUIT STANDS: US31 north of Elk Rapids to Charlevoix is laden with fruit markets that make stopping irresistible, especially during cherry season. TAKE A SELF-GUIDED TOUR OF CHARLEVOIX’S HOBBIT HOUSES: These whimsical stone buildings were designed by Earl Young in the early 1900s. Maps available at the Charlevoix Chamber of Commerce, 109 Mason St., 231.547.2101. FEEL LIKE ROYALTY AT CASTLE FARMS: This sumptuous chateau-styled architectural landmark built in 1918, has been many things—an experimental farm, a concert venue, and now it is a downright fabulous place to spend a day. Play lawn chess, see the largest outdoor miniature railroad in Michigan, wander the gardens and much more. 231.237.0884, castlefarms.com. CHECK OUT THE CHARLEVOIX CIRCLE OF ART: This hub of all things creative in Charlevoix, offers exhibits, classes in art, dance and music, and enlightening events. 231.547.3554, charlevoixcircle.org. RIDE THE HISTORIC IRONTON FERRY: The four-car cable ferry takes just 10 minutes to cross the South Arm of Lake Charlevoix at one of its narrowest points. $3.25 per car, a buck if you’re on a bike, 50 cents for pedestrians. Off M66 between Charlevoix and East Jordan.
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ELK RAPIDS This little harbor town set on a thin strip of land between Elk Lake and Lake Michigan rolls out sweet as a storybook. Stroll a footbridge over the Elk River to the town library, don your swimsuit and water shoes to shoot the old sluice that stretches across where the river runs downtown, find your place in the sand on the Lake Michigan shore, stroll the 270-slip marina and browse the shopping district with its boutiques, galleries, restaurants and wellstocked wine shop. elkrapidschamber.org.
The gorgeous Wilcox-Palmer-Shah Nature Preserve on Lake Michigan beach is protected by the Grand Traverse Regional Land Conservancy and open to the public. Find it three miles north of town on North Bayshore Rd. gtrlc.org.
On summer Wednesdays, the downtown hosts music, kids games and more during Evenings on River Street. elkrapidschamber.org.
Elk Rapids Golf Course is a great choice for beginners and high-handicappers, this nine-hole course—designed by the legendary golf architect Donald Ross—offers spectacular views of scenic Elk Lake. 724 Ames, Elk Rapids, 231.264.8891, golfelkrapids.com.
Harbor Days, August 3-6: Elk Rapids’ big summer shindig, featuring live music, parades, a carnival, sandcastle building, fireworks and other fun. elkrapidsharbordays.org.
GO TO THE BEACH Veterans Memorial Park is Elk Rapids’ in-town oasis on Lake Michigan’s East Grand Traverse Bay. Kids love playing where Elk River empties into the bay. Basketball courts, tennis courts, picnic tables, grills and a playground round out a perfect beach day. On River Street in downtown Elk Rapids.
The Elk Rapids Dam Beach is a sweet little in-town spit of sand (perfect for soaking your feet after shopping!) on East Grand Traverse Bay and next to the Elk Rapids Dam. Find it off Dexter St. A lovely quarter-mile-long beach on Lake Michigan’s East Grand Traverse Bay, bathhouse, pavilion, grills and picnic tables as well as wooded hiking trails make Elk Rapids Day Park a special place. The park is also the site of Walk of Art, an outdoor sculpture park with some 30 sculptures. S. Bayshore Rd., on the south side of town. artrapids.org.
KIDS Little anglers will love tossing a line into Elk Rapids’ family friendly Kids Pond for panfish and bass. Off Dexter Street just below the spillway. 231.264.8202, elkrapidschamber.org. Kids and their parents love shooting the sluice on the Elk River in downtown Elk Rapids. This is free, old-fashioned fun that you don’t find much anymore. Wear your bathing suit and watershoes. 231.264.8202, elkrapidschamber.org.
The lovely A-Ga-Ming Golf Resort & Antrim Dells is situated on a strip of land between East Grand Traverse Bay and Torch Lake. The links-style Sundance course is loved for its spectacular vistas; the Jerry Matthews–designed Antrim Dells has been an area favorite for more than 30 years. 627 Agaming Dr., Kewadin, 231.264.5081, a-ga-ming.com.
GET ON THE WATER At the beautiful Elk Rapids Harbor in downtown Elk Rapids (and on Lake Michigan’s East Grand Traverse Bay), you’ll find a full-service marina outfitted with a slew of amenities, including shuttle service to restaurants and shopping. Seasonal, transient and short-term docking. Boat ramps on to East Grand Traverse Bay and into Elk River and the Chain of Lakes. A day (or days) boating beautiful Elk Lake is unforgettable. Rent everything you need from the boat (pontoons, ski boats, fishing boats) to skis and tubes at Elk River Marina. 231.264.9500, elkrivermarina.com. MyNorth 2016 Vacation Guide
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CHARLEVOIX Charlevoix the Beautiful, as this charming town bills itself, sits between Lake Michigan and Round Lake—which is connected to big, beautiful Lake Charlevoix and to Lake Michigan. With three lakes, five stunning beaches, the downtown waterfront East Park and first-class marina, this city is for water lovers. But that isn’t the end to the fun here. Historic storefronts filled with eclectic boutiques and galleries add to the city’s character, as do annual plantings of petunias that line Bridge Street (the city’s main thoroughfare). There’s enough community spirit to welcome visitors with open arms—to outdoor concerts at East Park’s band shell, to festivals, craft fairs and farmers markets. Read on to find more about what makes this city a prime Midwest vacation destination. visitcharlevoix.com.
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DON’T MISS Venetian Festival, July 16–23: The 86th annual Venetian Fest will have it all, including live music, kids games, a boat parade on Round Lake, a local battle of the bands, a midway, two nights of fireworks, the AquaPalooza boating party and much more. venetianfestival.com.
GO TO THE BEACH Ferry Beach: With its sand, playground, pavilions, grills, concession, volleyball and basketball courts, restrooms and boat launch, this beach on Lake Charlevoix has beach day written all over it. M66 to Stover Road and head east. 224 Ferry Ave. 231.547.3253. Depot Beach: On Lake Charlevoix, located next to the town’s renovated old train depot (now a historical museum) has lifeguards on duty during the summer, restrooms and a playground. 231.547.2101, charlevoix.org. Fisherman’s Island State Park: Seven miles of Lake Michigan beach (and 75 campsites). Located just south of Charlevoix off US31. 16480 Bells Bay Rd., 231.547.6641, michigandnr.com. Michigan Beach Park: A popular white-sand sanctuary with all the amenities, like lifeguards, concession stands, restrooms, picnic areas. 95 Grant St., 231.347.3253. Mt. McSauba: A pristine Lake Michigan beach waiting for your towel. 210 State Street. 231.547.3253.
BIKING Stretching nearly 26 miles from Charlevoix to Harbor Springs, the Little Traverse Wheelway (trailscouncil.org) passes more than a half-dozen roadside parks and occasional beaches with direct access to the water. Find the Charlevoix trailhead at Charlevoix Township Hall, 12491 Waller Road. Rentals at Revolution Bike & Boards. 102 Mason St., Charlevoix, 231.237.0900, revolutionbandb.webs.com.
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GOLF Dunmaglas: A challenging course inspired by the spirit of the great Scottish links with views overlooking both Lake Charlevoix and Lake Michigan. 09031 Boyne City Rd., Charlevoix, 231.547.4653, dunmaglas.com. Belvedere Club: This challenging, minimalist course opened in 1927. Belvedere has hosted the Michigan Amateur Championships 40 times. 5731 Marion Center Rd., Charlevoix, 231.547.2611, belvederegolfclub.com. Charlevoix Golf Club: This city-run, nine-hole course offers some of the most laid-back and inexpensive golfing in the region. 400 Fairway Dr., Charlevoix, 231.547.3268, charlevoixgolfclub.com. Charlevoix Country Club: Open to the public, this club got a makeover in 2012 that left it sparkling from its challenging course to its renovated clubhouse. 9600 Club House Dr., Charlevoix, 231.547.9796, chxcountryclub.com.
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KIDS At the Charlevoix Fountain of Youth kids splash and play in an interactive, heated fountain in Charlevoix’s downtown waterfront East Park. The fountain is open for play every day between 10 a.m. and 9 p.m.; there’s a nightly display at 9:30 p.m., when the water is programmed to “dance” to a music and light show. 231.547.2101, visitcharlevoix.com. Skateboarders, inline skaters and BMX bikers are all welcome at the Community Skate Park. 401 W. Carpenter Avenue. 231.675.4505.
At Charlevoix Community Pool kids (and their parents and grandparents) can take lessons, exercise classes or just splash around in open swims from 1–3 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays ($2 per child) and from 6–8 p.m. Monday, Wednesday and Friday ($1.50 any age). Punch card passes are available. 231.547.0982, charlevoixpool.org. You never know what offbeat cool kids classes they are going to come up with at the Charlevoix Circle of Arts—recently there was juggling, dance (as young as 12 months welcome!) and introduction to the drum. 231.547.3554, charlevoixcircle.org.
GET ON THE WATER Anyway you rig it, Lake Charlevoix, Lake Michigan and Round Lake are made for fishing, sailing, paddling, power boating or relaxing on a pontoon. Here’s how to access this city’s endless aqua! Schulman Paddleworks: Easy kayak or stand-up paddleboard access to Lake Charlevoix or tiny Round Lake to the west. Located at Depot Beach on Lake Charlevoix. 231.437.3157, schulmanpaddleworks.com. Ward Brother Charterboats: Charter fishing, powerboats, pontoons. 231.547.2371, wardbrothersboats.com. Summertime Rentals: Jet skis, ski boats, pontoons, paddle sports, water trampolines and more. 231.547.7700, summertime-rentals.com. Sunshine Charters: Private sails, groups and daily tours aboard the catamaran The Sunshine II. Headquartered at the kiosk, 109 Bridge Park Dr., 231.547.0266, sunshinecharters.com. MyNorth 2016 Vacation Guide
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BEAVER ISLAND The 32-mile trip by small plane or ferry from the mainland to this, the largest island in Lake Michigan, is just the beginning of the adventure. The rest is in the expansive beaches, forests, two lighthouses, quirky history and great restaurants, bars and shops. beaverisland.org. DON’T MISS Beaver Island Music Festival is a three-day outdoor event that features music of all traditions and art. Camping is available. July 14–16. beaverislandmusicfestival.com. Professional and student musicians from all over the country gather to perform classical music during Baroque on Beaver. July 29–August 7, baroqueonbeaver.org.
HISTORY In the mid-1800s, a renegade Mormon leader and self-anointed prophet named James Strang led 300 devotees to the island, where he ruled over his independent Mormon “kingdom” until his assassination by followers in 1856. Following Strang’s death, Irish immigrants established a new enclave on the island. By the late 1800s, 95 percent of the islanders were Irish, and Gaelic was the common language. (Of the 881 residents in 1880, there were 141 Gallaghers, 123 Boyles, and 90 O’Donnells.) Relics of both the Mormon and Irish communities still survive today: the Mormon colony’s former print shop is now a museum, and the island’s two Irish pubs are the only establishments open year round.
GETTING TO THE ISLAND Round-trip fares to Beaver Island run approximately $60 on the ferry and $100 by plane. For details, check out the transportation companies. Beaver Island Boat Company 103 Bridge Park Dr., Charlevoix 231.547.2311 or 888.446.4095, bibco.com. Fresh Air Aviation 06918 Old Norwood Rd., Charlevoix, 888.359.7448 or 231.237.9482, freshairaviation.net.
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Saturday, O ctober 1 Alden Harvest Days Sales in the Stores, 10-5, Downtown Farmers’ Market, 10-3, Tennis Court Park Pancake Breakfast, Bake Sale, Kids’ Scavenger Hunt Sunday, O ctober 2 Alden Car Show, 11-2, Tennis Court Park
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ALDEN This picturesque Torch Lake village packs a lot into just a few blocks: boutiques, cafes, old-fashioned general store and the Alden Millhouse, a purveyor of custom-blended seasonings. visitalden.com. DONâ€™T MISS Fatherâ€™s Day Strawberry Social, June 19.
GO TO THE BEACH The sandy-bottomed Alden Harbor swimming area on Torch Lake is adjacent to the boat launch in downtown Alden. Find it at the sharp dogleg on South East Torch Lake Drive (County Highway 593). visitalden.com. The Alden Depot Park and Museum, a former train depot (with restored railcars on the grounds) is home to a museum and a public beach (with a playground) on Torch Lake. 10670 Coy St., 231.331.4274.
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This town, situated where the pristine Jordan River meets the South Arm of Lake Charlevoix, is a four-season destination where nature’s beauty and bounty provide unforgettable memories. DON’T MISS
Portside Arts Fair, August 6-7: Works by Michigan artists at this juried fine arts fair, celebrating its 51st year. portsideartsfair.org. Music in the Park: 7 p.m. Fridays, mid-June through mid-August at Memorial Park on Lake Charlevoix.
GO TO THE BEACH Sweet Monroe Creek winds its way to Lake Charlevoix at Elm Pointe beach and picnic area. 1787 N. M66, East Jordan, 231.536.3381, eastjordancity.org. Find 500 feet of Lake Charlevoix frontage, marked swim area, pavilion, beach volleyball court and campsites at the downtown East Jordan City Tourist Park. 218 N. Lake Street, East Jordan. 231.536.2561, eastjordancity.org.
ART & HISTORY East Jordan Portside Art and Historical Museum is located at beautiful Elm Pointe Park. Find one-of-a-kind local memorabilia and then browse the adjacent Cygred Riley Art Gallery with its collection of work from the Portside Art Fairs dating from 1971. 1787 N. M66, East Jordan, 231.536.3381, eastjordancity.org. The Jordan River Arts Council, headquartered in the old Carnegie Library building, offers exhibits, workshops and other events. 301 Main Street, 231.536.3385, jordanriverarts.com.
IN AND AROUND THE JORDAN RIVER The rugged 18-mile Jordan River Pathway threads through the scenic Jordan River Valley. Great destination for an easy weekend backpacking trip; stay overnight at the rustic, hike-in Piney Bridge Campground. Day hikers can do the three-mile Deadman’s Loop; main trailhead off Deadman’s Hill Road, six miles north of Alba on US131. 989.732.3541, michigan.gov/dnr. The Dressel/ Jordan River/ Rogers Family Homestead Preserve has a 1.5-mile hiking trail and 2 miles of Jordan River shoreline
located just downstream from a public boat launch. From downtown East Jordan, northeast and then south on M32 for 1.3 miles to Rogers Road. Turn right. landtrust.org. The bluff-lined Jordan River ranges from placid to swift. Canoe and kayak rentals: Jordan Valley Outfitters 311 N. Lake St., East Jordan, 231.536.0006, jvoutfitters.com. The Swiss Hideaway 1953 Graves Crossing, Mancelona, 231.536.2341, jordanriverfun.com.
BOATING ON LAKE CHARLEVOIX Charlevoix Yacht Charters: Be your own skipper on one of these dream sailboats and spend a week cruising Lake Charlevoix, Lake Michigan and Lake Huron. 1748 Lalonde Rd., 231.340.0508, cxssail.com. East Jordan Municipal Marina and Memorial Park: With 27 seasonal and 27 transient and several shopping slips, this marina on Lake Charlevoix’s South Arm is situated within walking distances of the shopping and eating district. Lovely Memorial Park, outfitted with picnic tables, grills and a band shell (Friday evening concerts in the summer) is adjacent to the marina. 231.536.2166 or 231.536.3381, eastjordancity.org. Summertime Rentals: Jet skis, ski boats, pontoons, paddle sports, water trampolines and more. 231.547.7700, summertime-rentals.com.
GOLF Mallard Golf Club: A laid-back nine-hole course featuring casual dining with a Friday night fish fry. 9569 Bailey Rd., East Jordan, 231.536.3636, mallardgolf.com. Ye Nyne Olde Holles: Features Old English spirit with thick rough, hilly terrain, and the philosophy that enjoyment of nature is part of the experience. 6386 Ferry Rd., East Jordan, 231.582.7609.
KIDS Raven Hill Discovery Center: A music garden, wetlands boardwalk, labyrinth and accessible treehouse are among the attractions here. Check online for additional programming and classes. 4737 Fuller Rd., East Jordan, 231.536.3369, ravenhilldiscoverycenter.org.
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CENTRAL LAKE This friendly village stands at the spot where the Chain of Lakes’ no-wake-zone quietude takes hold—making it a paddler’s heaven. Find a relaxed feel in Central, with small mom ’n’ pop shops, a wonderful orchard market. Kids will love the old log cabin (that houses the chamber of commerce) and its adjacent museum of old time children’s toys and clothing. Dining runs from the homey, nonprofit The Front Porch to the gracious Blue Pelican Inn & Restaurant. And make sure to stop in the charming boutique Adams Madams! centrallakemi.org. DON'T MISS The Fourth of July festival kicks off with a pancake breakfast and then moves on to a strawberry social, bbq chicken dinner and fireworks; come on July 3rd to catch the boat parade on Intermediate Lake. centrallakemi.org.
GET ON THE WATER Thurston Park on Intermediate Lake is the perfect place to put a boat in for a day on Intermediate Lake or a canoe or kayak for heading north in the no-wake Upper Chain of Lakes. You’ll also find picnic tables and a play area. centrallakemi.org.
EASTPORT This tiny town sits at the northern tip of the big and famously beautiful Torch Lake. DON'T MISS
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Petoskey Stone Festival, May 28: Celebrate Michigan’s state stone with stone skipping, a stone hunt, kids activities and more. At Barnes Park. 12298 Barnes Park Rd., Eastport, petoskeystonefestival.com.
GO TO THE BEACH Barnes Park is a huge, sandy beach on Grand Traverse Bay with camping, a play area, and a network of hiking and biking trails. 12298 Barnes Park Rd., Eastport, 231.599.2712. The Torch Lake Township Park is outfitted with pavilions, picnic tables, restrooms, a boat launch and swimming area. Eastern end of Public Dock Road off US31 just a few miles south of M88. 231.599.2036.
GET ON THE WATER Rent your ski boat or pontoon for a day on Torch Lake at Torch River Marine . 231.322.4495, torchrivermarine.com. Also at Dewitt Marine, 231.377.6611, dewittmarine.com.
ELLSWORTH The northernmost town in the Chain of Lakes, this quiet hamlet on Ellsworth Lake is home to a lovely public park with a fishing pier, labyrinth garden and Michigan’s largest public outdoor archery range. Ellsworth is also home to the landmark Rowe Inn, widely regarded as the first gourmet, farm-to-table restaurant in Northern Michigan. ejchamber.org. DON'T MISS Ellebration, July 4 & 5. An all-American festival featuring a parade, fireworks, historic trolley tours, pancake breakfast, pork roast, and much more.
GET ON THE WATER Ellsworth Community Park: A sandy beach on quiet (nowake) Ellsworth Lake, outdoor archery range, pavilion and playground, fishing and boat pier and labyrinth garden. villageofellsworth.com. MyNorth 2016 Vacation Guide
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BELLAIRE Situated at the midpoint of the Chain of Lakes, Bellaire melds a homey atmosphere with hip bistros, cafes, boutiques and the famous Short’s Brewing Co. bellairechamber.org.
Glacial Hills Pathway and Natural Area offers over 28 miles of trails for mountain biking, hiking and skiing. The Michigan Mountain Biking Association developed the trails for intermediate to advanced riders. Plans for future expansion in the works. Find the trailhead on Eckhardt Road, off Bellaire Highway.
Race rubber ducks on the Bellaire River at The Rubber Ducky Festival August 20. bellairechamber.com.
THE CHAIN OF LAKES Bellaire is centrally located within the 14 exquisite interconnected lakes and rivers that wend their way for 75 miles through this beautiful region, ranging from the 19-mile-long, aquamarine Torch Lake and smaller (though still big and blue) Elk Lake and Lake Bellaire to the quiet reaches of the Upper Chain, with its necklace of narrow, no-wake lakes. This water playground is nature-made for all types of boating and paddling.
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Rent pontoons and ski boats: Dewitt Marine 6509 Crystal Springs Rd., Bellaire, 231.377.6611, dewittmarine.com. Rent pontoons, small boats, kayaks, canoes and fishing gear: Riverside Marina, 115 W. Cayuga St., Bellaire, riversidemarina.com. Rent fishing boats: Butch’s Tackle & Marine, 6235 Crystal Springs Rd., Bellaire, 231.377.6787. Rent kayaks, canoes, bikes: Paddles and Pedals, 101 N. Bridge St., 231.533.4449, bellairepaddlesandpedals.com.
At Torch Lake Cellars you'll find a boutique winery and charming tasting room. 5245 Clam Lake Rd., 231.392.9109.
Grass River Natural Area is a 1,400-acre oasis offering a peek into the upland, wetland and aquatic ecosystems of the Chain of Lakes. Seven miles of easy walking trails, plus a wheelchair-accessible pathway. Classes and guided hikes at the interpretive center. 6500 Alden Hwy., Bellaire, 231.533.8576, grassriver.org.
GOLF Hawk’s Eye Golf Resort: Stay at this Bellaire golf resort, which offers full hotel accommodations on site and an 18-hole championship layout course. 2620 Hawk’s Eye Dr., Bellaire, 866.868.8181, golfbellaire.com. Shanty Creek: This four-season resort boasts four courses, including the hilly and scenic Legend course designed by Arnold Palmer (named in Condé Nast Traveler’s list of top golf resorts in the world) and the acclaimed Cedar River, by Tom Weiskopf. 5780 Shanty Creek Rd., Bellaire, 800.678.4111, shantycreek.com.
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