Hayes Township

Welcome to Hayes, a scenic lakefront township

Hayes Township is located in Charlevoix County in a region known as Northern Michigan. The township was established in 1877, and is positioned between the Cities of Charlevoix, Boyne City and Petoskey. It is bordered on the north by Lake Michigan, on the south by Lake Charlevoix, on the west by Charlevoix Township, and on the east by Bay and Resort Townships.

Hayes Township Burgess Road
Fall Colors, Burgess Rd, Hayes Township

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Today recreation opportunities in Hayes Township consist of water-related activities (boating, fishing, swimming, etc) and non-motorized trails for hiking, skiing, bicycling, as well as some trails for snowmobiling. There are public access sites on Lake Charlevoix within the Township that are well utilized both in the summer and winter seasons.

Hayes Township remains a desirable place to live, work and play while enjoying open spaces, beaches, bike trails, lakes and forests.

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NOTICE – Camp Sea-Gull

Hayes Township Park, Camp Sea-Gull will be closed to the public beginning October 1, 2014. A crew will be working on site to remove all the dead ash trees. The park will re-open as soon as the project is complete. Thank you for your patience and understanding. Hayes Township Board of Trustees

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HAYES TOWNSHIP SNOW REMOVAL BIDS

Hayes Township, Charlevoix County will be accepting bids for the following snow removal projects. 1. Township Hall & Fire Barn 09195 Old US 31 N The bid should include snow removal and salting/sanding of parking areas and fire barn entrance, shoveling and salting/sanding of walk-in areas. The bid should be broken down to separate snow […]

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Sept 13 and 20 HAYES TOWNSHIP Camp Sea-Gull Volunteer Days

Hayes Township will be hosting volunteer days at Camp Sea-Gull and you are all invited to attend. Bring your gloves and help us get some light grounds keeping tasks done and other various odd jobs. We could also use a pick-up truck or two to help haul stuff out of the cabins to the dumpster. […]

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