E 7609 Otter Lake Road, Munising, MI 49862
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Beaver Lodge and Black Bear Lodge are located on the shores of Otter Lake in the Hiawatha National Forest just a few minutes southwest of Munising and the Pictured Rocks in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The vacation lodges are located on the grounds of the Otter Lake Campground on Buckhorn Road.
Otter Lake offers a shallow sandy area with a amall sand bottomed beach for wading. Rowboats and paddleboats are available for rent. Enjoy fishing in Otter Lake or one of the many lakes in the Hiawatha National Forest. The forest offers hundreds of acres of public land for canoeing, kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, and hunting. Easy access to snowmobile and ATV trails from the spacious grounds so you can ride from the door and close to Munising for shopping, dining, and numerous attractions.
Beaver Lodge has three bedrooms and Black Bear Lodge has six bedrooms with a wood-burning fireplace in the living room. Each lodge has satellite TV, a bathroom with a shower, and a complete kitchen with full-size appliances, microwave, toaster, and a coffee maker. There are additional restroom facilities, a shower house, and a laundry near the lodges for guests use. Linens, towels, and paper products are supplied, so bring your food and gear and you are all set for a great vacation. Pets are welcome.
There is a large community charcoal grill for outdoor cooking and a fire pit near the beach for campfires and roasting hot dogs.
There is a small playground for the kids and we have basketball, tetherball, volleyball, and horseshoes. The campground hosts have the balls so stop their trailer to pick one up for some fun. There is a camp store with ice, pop, ice cream, chips, charcoal, condiments, and miscellaneous toiletries.
Enjoy a stroll on the nature trails for a relaxing walk through the woods.
Otter Lake has northern pike, bass and a variety of panfish or anglers will enjoy the many lakes and streams in the Hiawatha National Forest where you will find hundreds of acres of public land all the public lands for everyone to enjoy. Hunters will find a variety of large and small game including waterfowl, game birds, deer, and bear. Mountain biking trails nearby or you can ride your bike on the back forest roads.
There is easy access to the ATV trails from the Campground. Ride from the lodge door on nice wooded trails through the forest or bring your mountain bike and ride the nearby designated biking trails nearby or ride the back forest roads.
The Otter Lake Lodges are only a few miles from Munising for shopping, dining, and enjoying Lake Superior. Visit the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Grand Island, or take a cruise on Lake Superior. Try charter fishing on Lake Superior those big ones. There is a casino in Christmas.
Enjoy delightful fall colors along the shores of Lake Superior, the Pictured Rocks, and at various waterfalls. Don't forget your camera for some memorable photos.
Snowmobilers will find easy access to the hundreds of miles of groomed trails throughout Alger County that connect throughout the Upper Peninsula. Gas is available just a mile down the road so you will be all set for some great riding.
The Valley Spur Cross-Country groomed trail and dogsledding are only minutes away or you can try your luck ice fishing or and adventurous can go ice climbing in the Pictured Rocks.
Phone: (906) 553-4921 or E-mail us: email@example.com
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Visit our main web site at www.playatotterlake.com
Directions: Take M-94 southwest of Munising to Buckhorn Road. Turn left and stay to the left. Otter Lake Campground is just a short distance down Buckhorn Road. Watch for the sign for Otter Lake Campground, turn south to find the Otter Lake Lodges located on the lakeshore by the campground.
From Forest Highway 13, turn northwest on Buckhorn Road and continue to the campground sign.
Photos: Otter Lake Lodge and Mary Deloria
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