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Things to do during "cabin time" in Indian River
Indian River, MI Vacation Rentals are irresistible. Enjoy a cabin get-away in Indian River, a beautiful Northern Michigan community. A 40 mile long inland waterway flows through the town making it a fishing and boating paradise. Come visit spring, summer, fall or winter. There is plenty to do during any season. One of the largest biking and hiking trails runs through the community. Along with the Indian River, the two other local rivers (Sturgeon and Pigeon) offer excellent kayaking, canoeing, paddle boarding, heart-pumping whitewater rafting, and more. Just minutes from your Indian River vacation rental are many championship golf courses.
Take a ferry ride to Mackinac Island and check out the shops, restaurants, and night life. This island is a true shopper’s paradise. Downtown is filled with shops and four small malls. After your trip back from Mackinac Island, check out the inland waterway that runs through Indian River, MI. This waterway has two locks and the world’s smallest working swing bridge. Take a day trip from the cottage to other local landmarks such as the Mackinac Bridge, Colonial Michilimackinac or the Tahquamenon Falls.
Indian River is a popular location and a major hub for off road trails and routes for snowmobiles. The town is centrally located near Petoskey, Cheboygan, Gaylord, and Mackinaw City. The central location means a wide variety of restaurants, shopping, movie theaters, bowling alleys, casinos, local downhill skiing, farmers markets, antique shops, local events, and more! Lodging in and near Burt Lake State Park provide quick access to a very nice sandy beach and shallow water - perfect for swimming! When you rent a cabin in Indian River, amazing activities are just around the corner.
The Fourth of July is a special time of the year in Indian River. Stay at a vacation rental and enjoy the parade and fireworks show launched over Burt Lake. A hidden gem in this area is the Burt Lake State Park. The park has an excellent sandy beach and close to a livery that rents kayaks, tubes, boats, etc. Also, there are bike trails connected to the park. After a fun-filled day, relax at your Indian River cabin rental. The Seasons of the North Winery makes wine from hybrid grapes that grow in Northern MI.
Make sure you talk to rental owners about the many Indian River, MI year-round and seasonal events/day trips. At RentMichiganCabins.com you compare rentals and Indian River lodging here, then book DIRECTLY with the owners or property managers. They are your best tour guides! Avoid renting through booking websites and save up to 30%. Cabin time should never cost you more.