The Inland Waterway Indian River Northern Michigan
The Inland Waterway Northern Michigan
The Inland Waterway covers 40 miles and is a historic waterway trail that connects Cheboygan, Indian River, Alanson, Conway and Petoskey to Lake Huron in the Northern Lower Penninsula of Michigan.
Click here to hear the recorded Inland Waterway Radio interview on the Michigan Travel Update with Ken Delaney from Delaney in the Morning.
Inland Waterway Heritage Water Trail project is being completed as part of the Great Lake Water Trail Web Site. Their website lists water trails and their amenities as part of a statewide Great Lake Water Trail system. You can read more and view the Inland Waterway trail section of their website directly through this link at: http://www.michiganwatertrails.org/trail.asp?ait=cv&cid=133.
The Inland Waterway
Indian River Connecting Burt Lake and Mullett Lake.
Indian River is nestled between 3 rivers and 2 large inland lakes, Burt Lake and Mullett Lake. Burt Lake is ranked number 3 on the list of the largest freshwater inland lakes in Michigan while Mullett Lake is ranked number 5. The order of the top 5 inland lakes goes like this: Houghton, Torch, Burt, Charlevoix, Mullett, Gogebic, Higgins and Black Lake at number 8.
Crooked Lake & Pickeral Lake with Crooked River Connecting to Burt Lake.
Cheboygan River connecting Mullett Lake to Lake Huron
For Area Information please stop by the Indian River Resort Region Chamber of Commerce located downtown Indian River just south of the Indian River. To visit the website for the Indian River Chamber of Commerce – click here.
Michigan Canoe and Kayak Rentals Directory
BrassWind Landing BoatWorks is listed on the Michigan Canoe and Kayak Rentals Directory. To find more great companies around Michigan in the paddlesports business please visit their website at: www.michigancanoeandkayakrentals.com