Baraga Lakeside Inn on Lake Superior
900 U.S. 41 South, Baraga, MI 49908
Phone: 906-353-7123 or Toll Free: 855-541-5953
E-mail: LakesideDesk@up.net

The Baraga Lakeside Inn is located on the shores of Keweenaw Bay in the town of Baraga in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The 68-room hotel offers comfortable king, double, and spa guest rooms, some with a view of Keweenaw Bay and the stunning sunrises.

Swimming Pool, Hot Tub, & Sauna
Restaurant Serving Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Lounge . . . Elevator
Cable TV . . .  Free Wi-Fi
Fitness Center . . . Meeting Room
Direct Access to Snowmobile Trails

GUEST ROOMS
The Baraga Lakeside Inn offers a variety of accommodations including double queen rooms; single king rooms, some with a sofa sleeper; a king spa room; and a deluxe king room with a balcony. All guest rooms have a coffee maker, iron & ironing board, hair dryer, and Wi-Fi. Please let us know when you make your reservation if you would like a lakeside room or desire a microwave or refrigerator in your room.

Our Lakeside Restaurant is open daily at 7 A.M serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, room service is available. Enjoy your meal along with a lovely view of Keweenaw Bay. We have a small lounge where you will be able to relax with your favorite beverage.

Go for a swim in our indoor heated pool, relax in the hot tub, or take a sauna, enjoyed by many people in the Keweenaw Peninsula. The Pool area and Fitness Room are open from 7 A.M. until Midnight. The Gift Shop in the Lakeside Inn is stocked with interesting books, local craft items, maple syrup, and jams.

Warm weather visitors will find several swings in the yard, a perfect spot for sitting and getting a breath of our clear clean air. There are docking facilities available for your boat next door to the Baraga Lakeside Inn for a small charge.

The Baraga Lakeside Inn on Keweenaw Bay is a convenient location for your stay while you visit the nearby attractions and recreation in the Baraga – L’Anse Area. Visit the Sand Point Lighthouse a couple miles north of the Inn. The lighthouse is not open to the public, but visitors can walk around the grounds. Check out the village of Alberta, the Sawmill Village built by Henry Ford, walk to some of the nearby waterfalls, or try your luck at the nearby casino. The Shrine of Bishop Baraga is on the crest of the Red Rock Bluffs, a peaceful spot overlooking the bay. Go fishing on Lake Superior or nearby inland lakes, hike the many trails, or head up Mount Arvon, Michigan’s highest point, a challenging climb. Kayaks and boats can be rented nearby.

The Baraga Lakeside Inn has direct access to the snowmobile trails enabling winter lovers to ride in any direction on our groomed trails that lead in all directions. Ride up to the northern part of the Keweenaw Peninsula and Copper Harbor or have fun east of L’Anse in the Huron Mountains. Trail maps are available at the front desk. The Pinery Lakes Cross-Country Ski Pathway is just east of L'Anse where 3 loops can be combined for a total of 5 miles of groomed and marked trails for novice to advanced skiers.

Sorry, No Pets Please

Contact the Baraga Lakeside Inn to reserve your room for your next visit to Baraga or L’Anse, Michigan
Phone: 906-353-7123 or Toll Free: 855-541-5953
E-mail: LakesideDesk@up.net

 Additional information and online booking on our website at www.baragalakesideinn.com

 

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