Located in the heart of the Hiawatha National Forest, just South of Munising Michigan.
Voted the #1 Trailside Pitstop in North America by the readers of Snowgoer Magazine.
The Buckhorn Resort offers 2 spacious lodges and a 20 unit motel, all on the snowmobile & ATV trails. Gas and oil is available at the Buckhorn.
The Buckhorn Resort has a restaurant and lounge serving lunch, dinner, and late night snacks along with your favorite beverages.
The 20 unit motel has guest rooms with: 1 queen sized bed; two double beds; or three double beds. There are in-room Satellite TV receivers in each guest room. Each room has a microwave, refrigerator, coffee maker, and Wi-Fi.
The Buckhorn Resort is located on Trail 7, one of the many groomed snowmobile and ORV trails connecting to the network of county trails and the over 2,500 miles of trails criss-crossing the Upper Peninsula. Snowmobile and ATV rentals are available through our resort.
If you are a cross country skier or mountain biker, the Valley Spur trails are just minutes away. The Buckhorn also is horse friendly, only a half-mile from the Oakwood Trail system.
Munising has over 250 miles of snowmobile trails, cross-country skiing trails from 2 to 12 miles in length, many beautiful waterfalls, scuba diving at the Alger Underwater Preserve, an 18 hole golf course, swimming, boating, hiking, hunting and fishing. Canoe the AuTrain River (rentals available in AuTrain).
Call the Buckhorn Resort at 906-387-3559 for more information or to make lodging or dining reservations.
Directions: The Buckhorn Resort is located on Buckhorn Road, just south of Munising in the Hiawatha National Forest: 4 miles east off Highway M-94 and or 5 miles west off Forest Highway -13.
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