Dense woodlands for camping and exploring, rivers made for float
boats and kayak adventures, two of the states larges and cleanest
lakes, miles of biking and hiking trails, and unforgettable family
fun spots combined with a community that cares about the
Access to the best of what nature has to offer is integral to the
Indian River Lifestyle, including 625 feet of sandy beachfront at
DeVoe Public Beach, 62 miles of crushed limestone on the North
Central State Trail, hundreds of miles of Snowmobile and ATV trails,
360 feet of boardwalk along the Indian River and 52 acres of sports
and fun at Cooperation Park.
Central to life here are the rivers and lakes that define the
region. Indian River is at the Axis for Michigan's longest inland
waterway, which includes the three rivers (Indian, Cheboygan, and
Crooked) and four lakes (Mullet, Burt, Crooked and Pickerel). Also
flowing through the local landscape are Blue-Ribbon Trout Streams,
the Pigeon River and Sturgeon River, which is celebrated as the
Lower Peninsula's fastest flowing river.
Each season of the year Indian River provides opportunities for
visitors to take advantage of the Community's location in the
wilderness wonderland. It is the ideal place to boat, fish, hunt,
camp, golf, bike, swim, walk, jog, hike, kayak, canoe, raft, tube,
sail, snowmobile, ski, sightsee, bird watch, and mushroom hunt.
We hope to see you soon! Please don't hesitate to call us at
email us for more wonderful ideas.
River Tourist Bureau