Indian River

Indian River, Michigan, is considered to be a vacation destination for its four-season activities and location. Just 25 miles from Mackinaw City, and a hop, skip. and a jump to Mackinac Island.

Just off I-75, Indian River, Michigan, is in the center of the Inland Waterway. Named after the Inland Waterway and nestled between Burt Lake and Mullet Lake. These two lakes are the fourth and fifth largest inland lakes in Michigan. The Inland Waterway covers roughly 38 miles, made up of a series of rivers and lakes throughout Northern Michigan ideal for fishing, kayaking, and boating.

Many call this Michigan destination home and for good reasons, including artisan farmer’s markets throughout the summer, quaint shops adorning the streets, family dining, popular beaches and state parks, and year-round river adventures.

Whether you're looking to call Indian River home or make it your destination for family vacations, call Wally Kidd (231) 838-2700.

Indian River

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