Lodging at 38 Lodge, Greenland, Michigan, located 13 miles southeast of Ontonagon MI in the Western Upper Peninsula of Michigan, the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, and in the heart of Big Snow Country and ATV trails.
Enjoy this secluded three bedroom lodge nestled on 6 wooded acres near the Ottawa National Forest. Bedrooms are large with a queen bed in the Buck Room and two twin beds in the Wolf Room. The third bedroom has a twin bed. Two rollaway beds are available for larger groups and can be set up in either bedroom. Linens, towels, and paper products are provided.
The 38 Lodge has 1,200 square feet of living area with a spacious open concept design and fully furnished. Kitchen has a full sized stove and refrigerator, microwave, toaster, dishes, cooking utensils, and a coffee maker with complementary coffee. Large dining table will seat the whole family. There is a covered deck at the entrance to the Lodge and a gas grill for cookouts.
The spacious living room is centered around the thermostatically controlled gas fireplace. Ideal for sitting around on those cool evenings and a forced air furnace to keep you warm all winter long. There is a dish network TV, stereo with an AM and FM radio, a CD player, and a sleeper sofa for extra guests.
38 Lodge is an ideal location for enjoying the many recreational opportunities Ontonagon County has to offer. You can put your boat in at the marina in Ontonagon and fish in Lake Superior for Walleye, Salmon, and Lake Trout or try your luck fishing for Walleye in the Ontonagon River. Cook up a fresh fish on the grill for a delicious treat. Many nearby lakes and streams for some great fishing. Hunters will enjoy the thousands of acres of public land in the Ottawa National Forest. Guide service available for deer and bear hunting and fishing. ATV trails nearby.
38 Lodge is only 35 miles from the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park where you will find beautiful scenery and hiking trails for the whole family to enjoy. Visit Lake of the Clouds for an outstanding view or some of the area waterfalls.
Interested in the history of the Copper Country? Years ago there were many productive copper mines in this area. Greenland was the community serving the Adventure Copper Mine with other mines just west of town. Old Victoria, a village built over100 years ago, has hand hewn log cabins that have been restored and are open to visitors, and there is a very interesting Museum in Rockland. The Ontonagon Historical Museum is on the main street in Ontonagon and the Ontonagon Lighthouse is open for tours daily during the summer.
Winter brings an abundance of snow and 38 Lodge is right at the intersection of trail #13 and trail #12, the Bill Nicholls Trail that leads to Houghton and on up to the tip of the Keweenaw Peninsula. Riding possibilities are almost endless as these trails lead in every direction and connect to the over 2,500 miles of trails throughout the Upper Peninsula.
Don't have a sled? Snowmobile rental is available nearby and sleds can be delivered to 38 Lodge for some fun in the snow.
Try snowshoeing in the woods around the lodge or cross country skiing and downhill skiing in the Porcupine Mountains.
Ontonagon County has brilliant fall colors and year round opportunities for photographers to get some outstanding shots. Lake Superior is always exciting and you just might have some wildlife wander by the Lodge.
Lodge is a great rental for wedding parties, family reunions, outdoor enthusiasts, and vacationers looking for fun and relaxation in the beautiful Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Sorry, No Pets
For reservations or more information Call 906-250-4903 or E-Mail: email@example.com
The Big Buck Cabin and 38 Lodge are on the same property, adjacent to each other (about 200 feet apart),
Also available: Big Buck Rental Cabin, 11386 Highway M-38, Greenland, MI 49929, Phone: 906-250-4903. Log cabin is located by the 38 Lodge. One bedroom with sleeping loft and sofa sleeper in living area. Complete kitchen, gas fireplace, and easy access to snowmobile, atv, and mountain bike trails. 13 miles south of Ontonagon near the Ottawa National Forest and only a short distance from the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park.
Attractions and Recreation near Ontonagon MI
Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park
Mountain Biking in the Ottawa National Forest
Snowmobiling in the Keweenaw Peninsula
Copyright 2004 by Char Simons, webmaster. All Rights Reserved. Except as permitted under the Copyright Act of 1976, as amended, this web site may not be reproduced in whole or in part in any manner. Unless authorized by the webmaster, reproduction of any picture, web page or pages on this website, www.exploringthenorth.com, for placement on the internet is a copyright infringement. All right, title and interest in and to the material on these web pages, the web site, in whole or in part, and in and to this url and the urls contained within, is the property of the webmaster. All website design, text, graphics, selection and arrangement thereof are the copyrighted works of Char Simons. Web site created on an Apple G-4, 2/04