Restaurants and bars closed for dine in-service; however, restaurants are able to offer carry out orders. Retail locations are open at fifty percent occupancy. Masks are now required at all indoor venues and crowded outdoor spaces. Click here for a list of updates provided by the State of Michigan.
We encourage visitors to practice social distancing as much as possible, avoiding crowds, and washing hands often, but there are still ways to support Charlevoix businesses. As developments around COVID-19 continue to unfold, please follow refer to guidelines from the public health authorities including the CDC, Michigan Department of Health and Human Services, and the Health Department of Northwest Michigan to protect the community and visitors.
Enjoy all of Charlevoix's beauty from your own home with our live cams, Bridge Cam, and Ferry Cam. It’s perfect to find a peaceful moment if you’re staying indoors. Our many acres of parks are the perfect place to breathe in fresh air and sunshine while staying socially distant from others. Also, check out the historic walking tour throughout downtown and at historical sites. Stroll along the shores of Lake Michigan to see if you can find both Charlevoix and Petoskey Stones! It's a great way to spend a sunny afternoon at the beach.
While we try to keep up with restaurants that remain open, we are sometimes not notified if there is a change in the days/hours of operation.
The Charlevoix Convention and Visitors Bureau’s (CVB) is closely monitoring the status of COVID-19 as the situation continues to evolve. We are staying in close contact with multiple health authorities to provide visitors with up to date information. Please click here for more resources and information.