Whether you crave a restful getaway or an action-packed vacation, the Bridge Street Inn in Charlevoix, Michigan will make your stay a memorable one.
Charlevoix is a prime location for many Up-North attractions including daytrips to Mackinaw Island, skiing at Boyne Mountain, championship golf courses, canoeing, kayaking and winter rafting on the Jordan River, cross country skiing, fall color tours, the Odawa Casino in Petoskey, snowmobiling, biking the Little Traverse Wheelway trail, and taking the ferry to Beaver Island.
There are nature trails for hiking, winery tours, sailing and fishing charters, vibrant sunsets and gorgeous beaches.
Round Lake and Lake Charlevoix are popular with boaters for their well-protected harbors. The newly renovated Charlevoix Municipal Marina offers easy access to Lake Michigan and is within walking distance of the Inn.
Come to Charlevoix for our unique festivals and special events. AppleFest, the Waterfront Art Fair, and the Venetian Festival with its lighted boat parade are a tradition with many regular visitors. Take a tour of the two dozen stone cottages built by architect Earl Young that are scattered throughout town and have delighted visitors since the early 1900s. Our state-of-the-art Public Library is a beautiful renovation of the 1927 public middle school, with exquisite woodwork and original tile. Relax inside with a magazine or browse the shelves for a good book to read.
Whether your visit to Charlevoix is in the summer or winter you will be sure to find a beautiful historic Inn, a charming town, and many pleasurable activities for a lifetime of wonderful memories.
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