Krupps Resort Upper Peninsula of MichiganKrupps All Seasons Resort
32170 Emily Lake Road
Toivola MI 49965
Lakefront Cabins
On the Bill Nicholls Trail

Your hosts are Richard & Sandy Krupp


Located just 23 Miles South of Houghton Michigan on M-26

This four season resort offers some of the finest outdoor recreation
in the Upper Peninsula.

Snowmobiling - ATVing - Hunting - Fishing - Swimming - Family Vacation

Weekly & Nightly Rates for Modern 1, 2, & 3 bedroom fully furnished Lakefront Cabins and Campground on beautiful Twin Lakes! Sleep from 1 to 8 people. Satellite TV. Full kitchens. Swimming beach. Charcoal grills, picnic tables, and fire pits. Reasonable Rates. Boats with motors or without motors are available for rent, or you can bring your own boat. Boat ramp nearby. Mini mart at the resort for groceries, gas, carry-outs and snowmobile parts. At the well-known Bill Nicholls Snowmobile and ATV Trail.

Wireless Internet Access
Excluding Cabin #7

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Fall Colors: View some of the Best and most Beautiful colors of Fall in the Midwest. The trees are ablaze with brilliant reds and yellows. The Fall colors hit their absolute peak in the hardwoods of the Keweenaw Peninsula. Twin Lakes is one of the "high points" for locals looking for outstanding color. BRING YOUR CAMERA.

Krupps Resort on Roland LakeEnjoy both the coming of the winter season and the rebirth of nature in the spring

Hiking:Walk through these woods during the fall color season to see and feel the "real North Woods". Watch a beautifully colored leaf slowly drift down to the ground. Experience the serenity of the quiet woods.

Hunting:We have great hunting for Deer, Bear, Partridge, Duck, Geese, & Wild Turkey. The bow hunting here has been called "spectacular".

Fishing: Twin Lakes and other surrounding lakes offer some of the best and most successful fishing spots. Fall fishing here is great.


Snowmobiling: Krupps Resort is located on the famed Bill Nicholls Trail. Twin Lakes has the highest snowfall and longest snow season in the Midwest. The snowfall in this part of the country is perfect for snowmobiling. It isn't measured in inches, it's measured by feet ! (usually around 16-20 feet between December & April.) The unofficial snowfall at Twin Lakes in 1995-96 was 410" (over 34 ft) and in 1996-97 was 398" (over 33 feet).

There is a new 42 mile trail from Krupps to Rockland, the Sleeping River Trail, which may be used as an alternate to the Bill Nicholls Trail. Try this long awaited trail which takes you to the scenic crossing of the Sleeping River on a 65 foot trestle-type bridge.

There are thousands of marked & groomed 8-12 foot wide trails and ungroomed forest trails to explore right from your Cabin. Guided tours are available. The trails take riders through beautiful snow covered forests, over smooth rolling hills, and along breath taking frozen lake shores.

We also have Skiing: Groomed cross-country trails are located in the area. Ice Fishing:Several great fishing lakes in the area to choose from. The ice fishing is always good in the twin lakes.

Gambling: Casino located in Baraga, Michigan, just 30 miles from Twin Lakes.


Fishing: Fish from your lake front cabin or on the many remote lakes in the area.

Boating: Rentals or your personal water craft on any of the beautiful lakes.

Biking: Miles of trails and forest roads

Golfing: Beautiful 9 hole golf course 1/4 mile from Twin Lakes.

Swimming: Krupps Resort has a shallow sandy lakefront.



Nature: Come experience the fragrances of Spring and the silence and joy of Nature being reborn. Celebrate the rebirth of wild flowers and forest creatures, feel the warm sun on your shoulders. Cook out a memorable meal on a charcoal grill and watch the northern lights put on a show.

Spring Fishing: Stream Trout fishing or Lake fishing for Northern Pike, Walleye, Rainbow Trout, and Panfish. The fish are waiting for you and your bait. The've spent a long winter without many fishermen throwing "goodies" in the water.

Hiking: 100's of miles of unmarked forest trails to explore. Walk in the woods and watch nature wake up after a long winter. Wildflowers are everywhere. The birds are singing like they've never sang before.

Golfing: Begin your golfing season early at the nearby challenging golf course

O.R.V. Riding, Waterfalls, Lake Superior agate hunting (best in the spring), great things to see - old copper mine tour, ghost towns, all the birds migrating back to Canada, the mansions of the mining barons, lighthouses, and much more. The Bill Nicholls ATV trail is directly across the highway.

Make Krupps Resort at Twin Lakes your base for exploring the Keweenaw Peninsula,
the Upper Peninsula "Copper Country".

Pets are $15.00 per day per pet and are not to be left in the cabin unattended unless in a cage or portable kennel. When outside they must be on a leash (out of respect for others) & pick up their droppings.

Stop in at KRUPP'S Mini Mart for groceries, gas (regular and premium), snacks, some auto supplies, propane tank fill, pop, wine, beer, sandwiches, hot deli, pasties (a U.P. Tradition - 1 lb of meat and veggies rolled into a pie crust dough and baked), Tombstone Pizza, and baked goods. We also have a Carry-Out Deli and some fishing bait and supplies and all DNR Sport Licenses year round. Snowmobile oil, plugs, belts, gas filters, bulbs, and other snowmobile supplies. Store open 7 am - 9 pm.

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Krupp's "All Seasons" Resort
32170 Emily Lake Road, Twin Lakes
Toivola, MI 49965
Phone: 906-288-3404

Please put both Twin Lakes and Toivola on your envelope - there are two Twin Lakes in Michigan.

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