Thanks for taking the time to come to our website where you can learn all about the food and drinks we serve, the services we offer, and our beautiful location. Once you see all of this, we’re sure you’ll want to visit the Bluffs on Black Lake.
The Best Burgers in Northern Michigan
With close to forty years of combined experience, our chefs deliver a full menu of delicious and sumptuous food, including burgers that have been described as the “the best burgers in Northern Michigan.” In addition, we feature Michigan-made craft beers along with standard selections. We smoke all our own meats with applewood, we cut our steaks to order, and all of our signature sauces, including our mayo, is homemade. Check out our menu.
The Bluffs is Easy to Find
The Bluffs on Black Lake is easy to find. We’re directly across from the Black Mountain Recreation Area, and we’re only a short drive from Rogers City, Cheboygan, Onaway and Indian River.
We’re at the Trailhead
The Bluffs at Black Lake is at the trailhead for all Northeast Michigan trails. We welcome visitors all year-round, including mountain bikers, hikers, and motorcyclists in the warmer weather, and snowmobilers and cross-country skiers when it turns cold. In fact, the cross country ski trail groomer comes directly to the front door of our restaurant. Boaters can dock on our northeast shore, and we’ll be glad to pick you up in our golf cart and bring you directly to the restaurant.
We’d Like You to Camp at the Bluffs
With 38 campsites, we offer a complete camping experience. Half of our sites feature electricity, while the other half are for campers who prefer a more rustic camping experience. In addition, we recently installed new showers and bathrooms for our campers. Read more about our campground.
The Bluffs on Black Lake Now Features Entertainment
The Second Annual Music Bash starts at 3:00 pm this Saturday, August 29th. There is a $10 cover charge. Five bands will play beginning at 3:00 pm kicking off with the Rocket 88s, followed up by Billy Jewell and His Bad Habits, the Legacy, Highway Robbery, and ending with the Darwin Project. This event is all outdoors, so bring your tent and camp for the night.
Stop by Sundays from 12-4 pm to enjoy the acoustic sounds of local musician, Charlie Reager.