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Historic Stays in the Charlevoix Area
The recent reopening of the Hotel Earl in downtown Charlevoix shines a spotlight on the historic-style lodging in this area. The hotel, originally designed in the last century by the famed local designer Earl Young—known for his genius stonemasonry—joins the landmark Weathervane Terrace Inn & Suites as tributes to Young. In Charlevoix, several homes designed by Earl Young are also available for rent.
Complementing the Earl Young lodging are a slew of charming Victorian-era inns, vintage lodges and mom ’n’ pop resorts scattered throughout Charlevoix, East Jordan and Bellaire. In Grayling, the Hanson House, built in 1890 and once the home of lumber baron Rasmus Hanson, has lovely gardens, antique furniture, and offers a candlelit breakfast.
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Charlevoix Area Four-Season Resorts
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Views from the Golf Course at Otsego Resort.
Campsites in the Charlevoix Area
Camping at Hartwick Pines State Park means getting to see one of Michigan’s last stands of majestic old-growth pine forest. Reserve up to six months in advance. Overnight lodging (cottages, safari-style tents, geodesic domes, cabins, yurts and lodges) and shelter reservations can be made up to a year in advance.
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The beach at Fisherman’s Island on Lake Michigan.
Island Escapes Near Charlevoix
A Beaver Island getaway is the ultimate antidote to stress. Don’t look for frills, but do look for friendly, unique and perfectly picturesque accommodations at the island’s several hotels and lodges. There are also three campgrounds on the island. Visit the official Beaver Island website for more information.
Related Read: Go Glamping in Northern Michigan at Beaver Island Resort
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Glamping on Beaver Island at Beaver Island Retreat. // Photo by Sam Brown