trout lake michigan in the upper peninsulaEllis Lodges
Highway M-123
P.O. Box 339
Trout Lake, MI 49793
(906) 569-3326

Ellis Lodges are just 30 miles from the Mackinac Bridge in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and 40 miles from Sault Ste. Marie.


Luxury lodging at Ellis Lodges, offering accommodations for small or large groups of sportsmen and vacationers at Trout Lake, Michigan, within the Hiawatha National Forest. (Map)

The Lodges sleep up to 18 and 20 people. Although the lodges will sleep a large group, they are also perfect for families or smaller groups. Each one is different, but all are outstanding.We also offer a 3-bedroom apartment that will sleep up to 7 guests.

These beautifully furnished lodges, situated on very large wooded lots, are available for weekend or weekly rental.

Each lodge has a fully equipped kitchen with microwave, coffee maker, and everything you need for everyday cooking. Each lodge also has a large table that will seat up to 10 people plus additional seating at the spacious kitchen counter.

ellis lodges in the upper peninsula of michigan


Lodges include satellite TV and VCR, 2-3 bathrooms, a large back yard with a deck, picnic table, grill, and a large parking area for boat or snowmobile trailers.

Snowmobile trail access is across the street and gas is available nearby. If you don't have a snowsled, you can rent one in Hulbert. Restaurants nearby. You are very close to lakes and trout streams for a fun time fishing. Nearby Trout Lake has a boat ramp, swimming beach, picnic area, and is big enough for water skiing or fun with your personal watercraft.

This 3-bedroom upper level apartment has one bathroom and is located right on the main snowmobile trail. Trout Lake is about a mile down the road for swimming and fishing.

This luxurious 4-bedroom lodge lodge with a bunk room sleeps up tp 18 guests. The main floor has a comfortable living area, couches and chairs, with satellite TV and VCR, modern kitchen with dishwasher and microwave and a large table in the dining area overlooking the woods. There are 2 bedrooms, each with a queen sized bed, and 2 large bathrooms with tubs and showers. The tubs are equipped with jets. Large dressing area between the two bedrooms. There are closets on both sides of the entryway and in the bedrooms. A washer and dryer are also included.

Upstairs features 2 bedrooms and a half-bath. There is also a living area with couch and chairs, TV and a loft bunk room filled with bunk beds. This lodge has vaulted ceilings,

Great cookout area on the back deck and a firepit for campfires. This lodge is extremely comfortable and may easily be used by smaller groups. Large parking area for boat or snowmobile trailers.

There are outstanding amenities in our apartment and lodge.

Bring your food, clothes and your favorite sports equipment, everything else is furnished.

Trout Lake is only 40 miles from the locks at Sault Ste Marie, 22 miles from Tahquamenon Falls, Whitefish Point Lighthouse, and the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum near Paradise, MI. If you enjoy lighthouses, also visit Point Iroquois Light and Seul Choix Lighthouse, known as the haunted lighthouse. Casinos at St. Ignace, Bay Mills, and Sault Ste. Marie.

Trout Lake is one of the major crossroads for the over 2,500 miles of snowmobile trails crossing the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Snowmobile everywhere in the U.P. from your lodge.


Member of the St. Ignace, MI Chamber of Commerce

Call (906) 569-3326 or E-Mail for More Information or Reservations

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