Titel: Charlevoix County, Michigan
Bay Township, Michigan, Hudson Township, Charlevoix County, Michigan, Hayes Township, Charlevoix County, Michigan, Marion Township, Charlevoix County, Michigan, East Jordan, Michigan, Peaine Township, Michigan, Chandler Township.
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 38. Chapters: Bay Township, Michigan, Hudson Township, Charlevoix County, Michigan, Hayes Township, Charlevoix County, Michigan, Marion Township, Charlevoix County, Michigan, East Jordan, Michigan, Peaine Township, Michigan, Chandler Township, Charlevoix County, Michigan, St. James Township, Michigan, Wilson Township, Charlevoix County, Michigan, Boyne Valley Township, Michigan, Charlevoix, Michigan, Boyne Falls, Michigan, Boyne City, Michigan, Melrose Township, Michigan, Eveline Township, Michigan, Charlevoix Township, Michigan, Evangeline Township, Michigan, South Arm Township, Michigan, Norwood Township, Michigan, Beaver Island, Elk River Chain of Lakes Watershed, Charlevoix South Pier Light Station, Boyne City Railroad, Beaver Island Head Light, Boyne River, National Register of Historic Places listings in Charlevoix County, Michigan, Big Rock Point Nuclear Power Plant, East Jordan Iron Works, Boyne Resorts, Jordan River, Beaver Island Harbor Light, Garden Island, Manitou County, Michigan, Michigan Islands National Wildlife Refuge, High Island, Grand Traverse Bay, Sturgeon River (Cheboygan County, Michigan), Walloon Lake, Bear River, Beaver Island Airport, Squaw Island Light, Lake Charlevoix, Pismire Island, Boyne Mountain, Gull Island (Charlevoix County, Michigan), Welke Airport, Michigan Islands Wilderness Area, Hog Island, Fisherman's Island State Park, Hat Island, Thumb Lake, Shoe Island, Ironton Ferry, Whiskey Island, Camp Daggett, Young State Park, Little Traverse Bay, Belvedere Club. Excerpt: Charlevoix (pronounced ) is a city in the U.S. state of Michigan. As of the 2000 census, the city population was 2,994. It is the county seat of Charlevoix County. Charlevoix Township is a separate municipal entity that completely surrounds the city and has 1,697 year round population. Typical of Northern Michigan towns, Charlevoix has a significant seasonal tourist population in the summer. The short Pine River flows through downtown, past the Charlevoix South Pier Light Station, and into Lake MichiganThe city is situated between Lake Michigan and the western end of Lake Charlevoix, which drains into Lake Michigan through the short Round Lake/Pine River complex in the heart of downtown Charlevoix. The Charlevoix South Pier Light Station marks the opening of the channel onto Lake Michigan. Charlevoix's Round Lake has been called the best natural harbor on Lake Michigan. The only way to get from Lake Michigan to East Jordan, Boyne City and other sites on Lake Charlevoix by boat is via Charlevoix. As a result, much commercial, industrial, and recreational boat traffic passes through Charlevoix. The city of Charlevoix has a U.S. Coast Guard station located in its vicinity. Station Charlevoix has served in the waters of Lake Charlevoix and Lake Michigan for over one hundred years. The station originated in 1898 on the south break wall of the Pine River Channel, leading into Lake Michigan. It was officially commissioned as a United States Lifesaving Service Station July 5, 1900. During the early 1960s, the station was relocated to its present day location along the Pine River Channel's Lake Charlevoix end. The area of response for Station Charlevoix runs from Cross Village down to Leland, extending into Lake Michigan through Beaver Island and the North and South Fox Islands, and covers numerous inland lakes and waterways. Spring through late fall the 41' UTB and the 25' RB-S are in operation and duri...