Paradise, Michigan Businesses
Lodging and other Businesses in Paradise, MI in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
CABOOSE STYLE HOME, Spectacular views of Lake Superior from this very unique cottage on Lake Superior, only 29 miles from Paradise. Based on the design of a Classic Train Caboose, it has all the luxuries of home including a 2 person jacuzzi and fireplace. Located west of Paradise on M-123 and 1/2 hour north of Newberry on County Rd. 407 (H-37) in Deer Park on a paved and plowed road. Open year round. Phone: 989-387-8658.
CLOUD NINE COTTAGES, 6720 N. M-123, Paradise, MI, 49768. Phone 906-492-3434. Four fully equipped modern housekeeping cottages on the shore of Lake Superior's Whitefish Bay. Kitchens include toasters, coffeemakers and microwaves. Towels and linens included. Cottages sleep 4, have color TV, VCR, large video library at the office. One 2-bedroom cottage has a fireplace. Playgrounds, picnic tables, grills, lawn furniture, campfire pit. 280' of sandy beach. Paddleboats. Open year round.
LAKEVIEW CABINS RESORT on Lake Superior's Whitefish Bay, 1/4 mile north of the blinking light on Whitefish Point Road. Phone: 906-492-3368. 7 modern cabins with 1, 2, & 3 bed units available. Color TV. Housekeeping cabins with complete kitchens, playground, outdoor grills, picnic tables, and fire pits. 600 feet of sandy beach on Whitefish Bay. Quiet wooded setting for family vacations. Open year round. Reasonable rates. Direct access to snowmobile and ski trails. Ample parking for trailers. Sorry, No Pets. Summer Fun - Fall Colors - Spring Birding
NORTHWOODS TRAILS CABINS, 1 mile east of Raco, MI on Highway M-28. Phone: 906-248-3460. Located in the Hiawatha National Forest in the Eastern Upper Peninsula. Two 2 bedroom cabins with fully equipped kitchens and living room/dining area which includes a sleeper sofa. The cabins are ideal for up to 6 people. Large parking lot for trailers. Across from ATV and snowmobile trails. Great riding in the Hiawatha National Forest.
PARADISE INN MOTEL Highway M-123, Paradise, MI 49768. Phone 906-492-3940. Located at the junction of Highway M-123 and Whitefish Point Road in Paradise. Formerly the Howard Johnson Lodge. 36 modern spacious rooms, including 2 jacuzzi suites and 2 handicap accessible rooms. Continental breakfast, remote control TVs, guest laundry. Reasonable Rates. Direct access to the trails. Large parking area for trailers.
PARADISE SHORES CABINS, 8442 N. Whitefish Point Road, Paradise, MI Phone 906-492-3320. Modern log housekeeping cabins on Lake Superior, some with fireplaces. On the ATV & snowmobile trails. Sandy beach, DirecTV. Wi-Fi. Open year round
RAINBOW LODGE AT THE MOUTH OF THE TWO HEARTED RIVER , 32752 County Road 423, Newberry, MI 49868. (906) 658-3357. Located at the mouth of the Big Two Hearted River overlooking Lake Superior. New Cabins are available for weekly rental. Kitchens with cooking and eating utensils, gas lights, and automatic gas heat. Rustic Camping Cabin (3-Night minimum). Reservations at 906-658-3357 only. 35 miles from Newberry, 30 miles from Paradise. 12 miles of dirt road. This is wilderness country. On ATV trails.
SAUNDERS SUNRISE CABINS, 10126 N. Whitefish Point Road, Paradise, MI 49768. Phone or fax 1-906-492-3378. Fully equipped housekeeping cottages on the shore of Lake Superior, Two miles north of Paradise on Whitefish Point Road.
BAY SHORE PROPERTIES. For sale by pwner. Sandy beach lots on Whitefish Bay and Lake Superior; Building sites on the Tahquamenon River and in Andrus Highlands; and Commercial Road frontage in the Paradise Village. Phone North Coast Reators at 906-492-3750 or the property owner at Lakeview Cottages: 906-492-3368
THE TOONERVILLE TROLLEY and TAHQUAMENON BOAT TOURS, Soo Junction, MI. Phone 1-888-77TRAIN or the Depot at 906-876-2311. Take the train and boat tour to Tahquamenon Falls or the Wilderness Train Ride. Just 50 miles from the Mackinac Bridge. Ride 5 1/2 miles to the Tahquamenon River. The Riverboat takes you on a 21 mile narrated cruise along the river to the rapids 1/2 mile above the Upper Tahquamenon Falls.
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