Boyne Falls, Michigan, is a postcard-perfect village located in Charlevoix County on the Boyne River. Once a thriving logging community. The Great Lakes Central Railroad mainline passes through this little village, which was first established after the Grand Rapids and Indiana Railroad in 1874. Its largest lake is Thumb Lake, which is roughly 7.5 miles long.
Boyne Falls is a family-friendly village surrounded by the lush outdoors and picture-perfect views of the Boyne Mountain. Boyne Mountain is a family-owned resort with skiing, golfing, zipline tours, mountain biking, family entertainment, a spa, and Michigan’s largest indoor waterpark, Avalanche Bay. Vacationers and locals enjoy the resort’s amenities and seasonal outdoor activities, such as tubing, ice skating, sleigh rides, and fat-tire snow biking.
The quaint village of Boyne Falls is located close to Gaylord, Boyne City, and Petoskey, MI.