Welcome To The Compass 2009-2010
Whether it’s the miles of non-motorized hiking, walking and biking trails or the million-dollar sunsets over Lakes Charlevoix, Michigan and Susan, Charlevoix County is the vacation destination for art and nature lovers, festival-goers and fishers, hunters and everyone in between.
Let the 2009-2010 Charlevoix County Compass find your azimuth for adventure in the land of Hemmingway haunts, nautical splendor and up north mystique. The Compass will lead you to tamed and untamed campgrounds, morel mushroom hunting in the Boyne area, manicured public golf courses throughout the county; trails for backpackers, snowmobilers and cross-country skiers; inland lakes for anglers and beaches for swimmers and sunbathers.
The enclosed schedule of Boyne City, Boyne Falls, Charlevoix, East Jordan and Beaver Island events will allow you to relax while you plan those lasting memories in northwest Michigan’s most stunning surroundings.
Charlevoix County claims some of the most faithful fans of American destinations with tourist appeal. More than a few of its more than 26,000 residents have relocated to this tranquil haven from all over the country—and world—simply to submerge themselves in the small-town atmosphere and year-round outdoor adventure offerings.
Whether you choose Charlevoix County for a day, a weekend or a lifetime, let the Compass be your guide.
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If you would like to acquire print copies of the Charlevoix Compass, please stop by the Charlevoix Courier office at 112 Mason Street, Charlevoix, MI 49720.
You may also stop by the Petoskey News-Review office, 319 State St., Petoskey, MI 49770.
Download a Free PDF version (8.5 MB) of the 2009 Compass for personal, educational or professional use.