With a surface area that covers more than 17,200 acres, Lake
Charlevoix is the third largest lake in the state of Michigan. Water is a lifestyle for Lake Charlevoix residents.
Fifty-six miles of shoreline encapsulate clear blue waters with depths up to 122 feet. The Jordan River, a Blue Ribbon Trout Stream, flows into Lake Charlevoix at the South Arm. At the southern end, the Boyne River flows into Lake Charlevoix and at the northern end, Lake Charlevoix connects to beautiful Lake Michigan.
Sailing, boating, kayaking and canoeing—the Lake Charlevoix watershed offers adventure for all kinds of watercraft. Spinner fishing for Walleye, Bass and pan fish, and fly fishing for Brown Trout net memorable experiences. And when it's time to grab a bite to eat, boaters often dock their boat at The Landing to share a meal or head for Downtown Boyne City, Charlevoix or East Jordan. Living on Lake Charlevoix offers much more than traditional lake life. It’s a gateway to Lake Michigan adventures and a connection to 3 vibrant communities.