Recent and Featured Cheboygan Articles

  • Black Mountain Forest Recreation Area Trails

    n Black Mountain (summit 863 feet), find 30 miles of trail that roam through a stellar northeast Michigan woodland, with views from east-side ridges serving up Lake […]

  • Black Mountain Recreational Area

    40 miles of trails for hiking, moutain biking, skiing and horseback riding. 80 miles of snowbmobile trails. Walleye, sturgeon, bass, pike and perch fishing. 989-734-4722, Black Mountain.

  • U of M Biological Station

    Founded in 1909 and dedicated to biological and environmental studies; summer programs available to the public. Pellston. Summer: 231-539-8408. Winter: 734- 647-1952. lsa.umich.edu/umbs.

  • Cheboygan County Historical Museum Complex

    Four buildings, gardens, exhibits and historical artifacts. Cheboygan. 231-627-9597, cheboyganmuseum.com.

  • Cheboygan Opera House

    Originally constructed in 1877, still hosts performances regularly year round. 231-627-5432, theoperahouse.org.

  • Nicholas’s Black River Vineyard & Winery

    Nicholas’s Black River Vineyard & Winery is open all year round in Cheboygan, Michigan.

  • Best Western River Terrace

    This Cheboygan hotel is located on the Cheboygan River and one-mile from Lake Huron. This Michigan hotel is also located 12 miles from Macinaw City, the Mackinac […]

  • Mulligan’s

    Inviting pub with steamed littleneck clams, shrimp-topped burgers and pasta.

  • Hack-Ma-Tack Inn

    Classic 1894-era hunting and fishing lodge on the Cheboygan River near Mullett Lake specializes in steaks and seafood. Dock space and overnight slips.

  • Black Mountain Lodge

    Tucked in the forest on lovely Twin Lakes, find Eagle’s Nest Bar and Lounge for lunch and casual dinner; Lakeview Dining room for Tucked on Twin Lake […]

  • Northern Michigan Holidays Events in Northern Michigan Towns

    Northern Michigan Holidays: Tree lightings, shopping nights, plays and parties for the season.