cheboygan_1[1]Cheboygan is a beautiful, historic city with many outstanding attractions, including the famous Inland Waterway, which stretches almost 40 miles into Michigan’s interior.

Ferries, freighters, and tugboats frequent the Cheboygan River harbor. A bascule drawbridge crosses the Cheboygan River. Bois Blanc Island and Mackinac Island are wonderful day-trip experiences available only a short ferry ride away.

Cheboygan State Park features hundreds of acres of beaches, woods, and dunes. Many marked trails provide hours of adventure and discoveries.
Lake Huron is one of the largest fresh-water lakes in the world, and there is much to see and explore, even from shore. Miles of sandy beaches, marvelous swimming and fishing, with ever-changing waves and skies.

The Straits area is rich in history, and there are many opportunities for adventure and discovery, all within aL few miles of your beach-house on Duncan Bay.