13051 M-26, Lake Shore Drive
Eagle Harbor, MI 49950
Toll Free: 888-558-4441
The Eagle Lodge and Lakeside
Cabins are located on the northern point of the Keweenaw
Proprietors: Liz Johnson & John Spivey
Seasonal: Open May through
October with outstanding northern style
Nestled in a wooded area on the shore of Lake Superior, all nine cabins have a good view of the water. This resort is located on the shore of Lake Superior, not in a harbor or cove. You can see 50 miles from east to west with absolutely nothing in the way.
All our cabins have double beds, fully equipped kitchens, a charcoal grill, and Satellite TV. Linens are furnished for our guests. Picnic tables are located on the grounds. All the cabins have a lake view and are near the water. The beach is a great place for hunting agates. You can find many books and games in the lodge to take back to your cabin.
Make your reservations early. Cabins may be rented nightly if available. Two-three day reservations preferred.
The location of the Eagle Lodge and Lakeside Cabins is an important attraction. Park your car and stroll over to the Lookout Area next to the log cabin, sit down in one of the chairs and breathe deeply. You are enjoying a sight that few people see.
Lake Superior may be calm and quiet, raging mad, filled with heavy waves or creating ice sculptures for your enjoyment.
Whatever the season, you will be stunned by the beauty. During the shipping season, you can sit at the point and watch the huge freighters traveling to or from Duluth, Canada or the Soo Locks. You will often see breathtaking sunsets and Northern Lights.
Pets welcome with prior
Call 906-289-4294 or E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit our main website at www.eaglelodgecabins-lakeside.com
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