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Indian River, Michigan

The Indian River real estate market is a tight inventory marketplace for lake property in Michigan.

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    About Indian River
    Located in Cheboygan County, Michigan

    Indian River is a 3.9-mile-long waterway that connects Burt Lake to Mullet Lake. Its surrounding community, also named Indian River, is less than a two-hour drive from Traverse City, Michigan.

    McLaren Northern Michigan Hospital is located 25 miles away and provides 24-hour care.

    The closest airport is Pellston Regional Airport of Emmet, located 25 miles away. Bishop International Airport is 200 miles away.

    Life on the Water

    Indian River offers activities on the water like swimming, boating, kayaking, paddleboarding, and canoeing.

    Fishing is another popular pastime on the water, and prominent species in the region include walleye, steelhead, trout, salmon bass, and perch.

    What’s Nearby

    Big Bear Adventures provides rafting, canoe, and kayak trips down the river for beautiful scenery and unforgettable memories. This is bound to make an action-packed day for the entire family.

    Big Bear 18-Hole Adventure Golf is the perfect place for some competition. After playing at this miniature golf course, check out its bumper boats and ropes course.

    Burt Lake State Park, located on the southeast corner of Burt Lake, has 2,000 feet of shoreline and includes opportunities for fishing, camping, sightseeing, boating, and picnicking.

    Check out the Water

    With the Inland Waterway encompassing a 38.2-mile route that flows through the area, there are ample water activities to enjoy, including Crooked Lake, Pickerel Lake, Burt Lake, Mullet Lake, Cheboygan River, and Sturgeon River. Pack a swimsuit, and spend a day on one of these waters fishing, boating, waterskiing, or swimming.

    Why Indian River?

    The Indian River area is the perfect destination to spend an endless amount of time on the water and enjoy incredible Michigan views.