Comfortable rental housekeeping cabins in a quiet wooded setting on Whitefish Bay in Paradise, MI, only 1 hour from the Mackinac Bridge in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Take I-75 north to Exit-352. WE CATER TO SINGLES AND COUPLES WHO ARE LOOKING FOR A QUIET GETAWAY VACATION IN THE UPPER PENINSULA OF MICHIGAN.
3-Night Minimum . . . Sorry, NO Pets
All of our cabins have a complete kitchen with a stove, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, toaster, dishes, and cookware. Dish Network TV programs and flat panel televisions are available in each cabin. Free WiFi. Linens, towels, and paper products are provided. Each cabin has outdoor chairs, a picnic table, and charcoal grill for your barbecue.
Guests will enjoy over 600' of shallow sandy beach on Whitefish Bay, just right for the children to enjoy. Relax and listen to the water lap up on the shoreline as you look out over Lake Superior. You just might see a passing freighter as it rounds Whitefish Point.
There are two public boat ramps in the local area so you can bring your boat or canoe to use on Whitefish Bay.
Early risers will be treated to one of our awesome sunrises over Lake Superior.
Lakeview Cabins Resort is conveniently located close to restaurants, shopping, and the grocery store. We are only 10 miles south Whitefish Point and the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, the Whitefish Point Lighthouse, and the Whitefish Point Bird Observatory. The beautiful Tahquamenon Upper and Lower Falls are 10 miles west of Paradise on Highway M-123. Take a hike through the forests or rent a canoe for a trip down the Tahquamenon River from the Lower Falls to the Rivermouth at Whitefish Bay.
Fall brings brilliant fall color to the Paradise area and spring birding is outstanding as the birds fly over Whitefish Point on their way to Canada.
Lakeview Cabins are conveniently located just 1/4 mile north of the blinking light in Paradise.
Sorry, NO Pets
Call 906-492-3368 for your Reservations
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