Charlevoix Michigan is a wonderful, beautiful little tourist city, full of book stores, coffee shops, cafes and clothing stores. You can't actually live there unless you are a millionaire, or close to it, but it really is an amazingly cute little city. We did not stay in Charlevoix, but we camped at Fisherman's island nearby. One thing that I loved about Charlevoix, is that there is almost always something going on. Like the Farmer's market, that we hit up first thing the morning we arrived. There is also a little park by the boat docks where there is a music performance almost every night, and a little beach that looks out over Lake Charlevoix, where you can see the giant boats come in, or sit on the swing set and read and ignore everyone.
One of the coolest parts of the city is this little cafe Scovie's. Each time we visit Charlevoix, we have to go here. They have tons of delicious and amazing food, everything from sandwiches, salads, pastas and soups. Mmmm! I miss it already, hehe. Scovie's is located right next to the lift bridge, so it was cool to watch all the boats come in, right outside the cafe.
Scarf, Skirt & belt-Thrifted