Charlevoix is home to has numerous biking and walking trials that connect many different sections of the area together. These trails are non-motorized, multi-purpose trails that can ordinarily be used for running, hiking, bicycling, in-line skating, snowmobiling, and equestrian activities. Many of these trails can be used year round, either bicycling in the summer or cross country skiing in the winter.
These beautiful non-motorized trails connects Charlevoix to area lakes and surrounding communities. Whether biking, rollerblading, or walking, each of these trails need to be explored.
Lake to Lake Trail
Little Traverse Wheelway
Top of Michigan Trails Council Trail Network
Fisherman's Island State Park- Fisherman's Island State Park offers six miles of unspoiled shoreline and numerous hiking trails through forests and sand dunes.
Mt McSauba Recreational Area- Remote and rustic beach and dune area. This beach is a favorite for locals and it's also a great place to bring your four legged friends.
Rex Beach & Antrim Creek Natural Area- This mile-long Lake Michigan beach just west of Atwood lies at the end of Rex Beach Road and down a two-track. Walk south along the beach to find where Antrim Creek spills into the big lake.
Young State Park- This 560 acre state park located on the north arm of Lake Charlevoix between Charlevoix and Boyne City offers a great beach and camp facilities.