Inwood Creek is a coastal tributary of Lake Michigan located south of Charlevoix. The Creek empties into Lake Michigan by the beach access area of Fisherman’s Island State Park. Inwood Creek’s watershed covers 2752 acres. Its stream channel lies completely within Norwood Township. Inwood Creek flows roughly 5.5 miles north from its origin at Harwood Lake to its mouth at Lake Michigan. There is little data we have on this stream so please contact us if you have any information you can provide.
Overview of Inwood Creek
Known Aquatic Invasive Species
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