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Boyne City Information

About Boyne City

Located in the northwest point of Michigan, Boyne City is a city in Charlevoix County. The Boyne River runs through the city and enters Lake Charlevoix at the east end of the lake. The city was incorporated in 1907 and is considered a small town with a population of just over 3,700 people (in the 2010 census). The city hosts many festivals and events throughout the year, celebrating the fall harvest, Independence Day, and local artists. Boyne City has something for everyone in every season.

Things to do in Boyne City

It’s never too early to start planning for next year’s 4th of July. Boyne City was featured in USA Today’s 2016 Best Small Town Independence Day Celebrations. The town’s Commemorative Raft Race, where participants race down the Boyne River and onlookers toss water balloons, throw buckets of water, and spray water guns, is arguably the biggest event of the holiday. The duck race may come in at a close second, where rubber ducks (almost 1,000 of them) are thrown into the river and prizes are awarded for the first few ducks to cross the finish line. Talk about a unique and eventful celebration of our nation’s freedom!

If you’re not coming to Boyne City in time for its 4th of July celebration, don’t worry, there’s still plenty to do. The 13th Annual Boyne Thunder Poker Run, a boating event that showcases boats on the waters of Lake Michigan and Charlevoix but also includes five different harbor stops for poker rounds, takes place July 8th and 9th. Irish Heritage Week takes place in March and celebrates Boyne City’s Irish roots with traditional Irish dinner, storytelling, and dancing. The National Morel Mushroom Festival has been hosted in Boyne City every May for the past 55 years. If you’re a mushroom lover, you won’t want to miss this!

Day Trips from Boyne City

What better way to spend some time on vacation than by visiting local breweries? With live music every Thursday and Saturday from June to September, Lake Charlevoix Brewing is a fun little spot to unwind during your travels. The 25-minute drive from Boyne City will be well worth it, as the brewery currently offers 8 different types of beer and a full food menu. Petoskey Brewery, a short 30-minute drive from Boyne City in Petoskey, Michigan, is another great place to stop on your self-guided brewery tour. With beers like their Cranium Crush Waffle Cone Raspberry Cream Ale and Morning Fog Mocha Java Stout, you can’t go wrong in choosing an eclectic brew. If you really want to live like the locals, though, try the Horny Monk Belgian Dubbel. Loyal customers go crazy over this one, so try it for yourself and find out why.

Transportation in Boyne City

Getting to Boyne City is easy. If you’re coming from out of state, you can fly into Pellston Regional Airport and rent a car to take a 50-minute drive to Boyne City. You can also fly into Gerald R. Ford International Airport in Grand Rapids, Michigan and rent a car to take a 2 hour and 45-minute drive. One of the most unique parts about Boyne City is that you can get to it by boat from anywhere in the world. The city is located on Lake Charlevoix which connects to the channel in Round Lake and then connects to 4 of the 5 Great Lakes before going through the St. Lawrence Seaway and out into the Atlantic Ocean. So if you’re a boat enthusiast, you have a great adventure ahead of you before getting to Boyne City!

Boyne City Accommodations

Tripping.com offers over 200 vacations rentals in Boyne City. You can choose a rental within walking distance to Lake Charlevoix or a cabin built for families wanting to enjoy the summer months in Michigan. You can even pick a vacation home near the Boyne River to enjoy the 4th of July celebrations from your deck.

Walk up and down Lake Street, Main Street, and Water Street in downtown Boyne City and you’ll find all different types of foods. From Latin American food at Red Mesa Grill to Italian food at Bella Vita, there’s something for every appetite in this city.

Weather in Boyne City

Hi: -2.2°
Lo: -10°
January
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Lo: -10°
February
Hi: 5.6°
Lo: -6.1°
March
Hi: 13.9°
Lo: 0.6°
April
Hi: 21.1°
Lo: 6.1°
May
Hi: 26.1°
Lo: 11.1°
June
Hi: 28.3°
Lo: 13.9°
July
Hi: 27.2°
Lo: 13.3°
August
Hi: 22.8°
Lo: 10°
September
Hi: 15°
Lo: 3.9°
October
Hi: 7.2°
Lo: -0.6°
November
Hi: 0.6°
Lo: -6.1°
December

Vacation Rentals in Boyne City

Find the best Boyne City vacation rentals on Tripping.com. With over 149 home rentals, take your pick from a wide variety of choices including studio apartments, luxury condos, and cozy cabin rentals. Prices in Boyne City range from $99 a night. Many rentals can also be booked directly online.

Vacation home rentals found on Tripping.com offer more amenities than the average hotel room along with many of the comforts of home. Going on a business trip or need to stay connected? 130 homes in Boyne City offer high-speed WiFi Internet so you won’t miss a beat. Travelling with kids? Let them splash around in any of the 19 rentals with pool or jacuzzi, or relax with the family in one of the 135 homes with cable TV.

For all those pet owners with dogs or cats, Boyne City offers 18 pet-friendly vacation rentals for your extended family. Find the perfect vacation rental that matches your budget and style on Tripping.com.

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