|Average Snowfall:||70 - 110 inches||Fall Color Season:||Late September - Early October|
Cheboygan County Historical Museum - Located at Huron and Court Streets in Cheboygan, the County Seat, the complex consists of five buildings - four of which house artifacts and historic exhibits of the past - along with beautiful flowering gardens and the Memorial Rose Garden.
This famous 5 mile bridge, which suspends 552 feet in the air at its highest point, connects Michigan's lower peninsula to the Upper Peninsula.
13 miles out of Cheboygan, on Twin Lakes Road this recreation area is a treat for any outdoor enthusiasts with activites such as hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, hiking, off road vehicle trails and routes, mountain biking, horseback riding, camping and cross country skiing
The best entertainment value in Michigan can be found at the Cheboygan County Fair. There you will find fun filled fair events for everyone, every day! Popular attractions include Horse Shows, Agricultural and Animal Exhibits, Craft Displays, Carnival Rides & Games, and the World's Largest Pic-Ax & Cant-Hook.
Whether you're looking for a leisurely excursion filled with wildlife and scenic beauty, or a more active journey with water skiing, tubing, and swimming, the Inland Waterway is just right for you. The route is 38.2 miles long and includes 2 locks. Water flows from Crooked Lake to the Cheyboygan River and into Lake Huron.
Afton, Aloha Township, Beaugrand Township, Benton Township, Brutus, Burt Lake, Burt Township, Cheboygan, Ellis Township, Forest Township, Grant Township, Hebron Township, Indian River, Inverness Township, Koehler Township, Mackinaw City (part), Mackinaw Township, Mentor Township, Mullett Lake, Mullett Township, Munro Township, Nunda Township, Topinabee, Tower, Tuscarora Township, Walker Township, Waverly Township, Wilmot Township, Wolverine (part)