lodging in paradise mi, upper peninsula
Paradise Inn
Highway M-123
Paradise, MI 49768
906-492-3940
906-492-3943 Fax
The Paradise Inn is located at the junction of Highway M-123 and Whitefish Point Road in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.

The Paradise Inn offers 36 modern spacious rooms, including Jacuzzi suites and handicap rooms. The amenities in this motel are excellent, and reasonably priced.

You will enjoy hot coffee or hot chocolate and our continental breakfast before you head out for a day of enjoyment in this four season recreational area.

Free Wireless Internet Access
Dish Network Television Programs

Each comfortable room has remote control TVs, direct dial phones, plenty of heat and air conditioning. There is a guest laundry for your use, and the conference room may be used for meetings, parties, receptions, etc. Fax and copy service available.

For Our Snowmobiling Guests

Please call us for the latest news regarding the local weather and area trail conditions. We track the daily comments from our guests regarding their riding experiences, and we will share them with you. For U.P. weather forecasts, Paradise MI webcams, and snowmobiling information, we recommend that you visit the johndee.com website.

Our area offers excellent "end-of-season" riding experiences. So, as the snowmobiling season begins to wind down, keep us in mind for those final rides. You can enjoy miles and miles of off-trail riding.

We are an ATV Trail Head
You have direct trail access from our parking lot for you ATV/UTV fun.

The Paradise Inn has special group and weekday rates. Restaurants and Shopping are nearby.

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If you are pulling a boat or snowmobile trailer, there is plenty of room to park by the motel. For snowmobilers, the Paradise Inn has direct trail access to groomed trails leading throughout the Paradise area. Gas nearby.

PROPERTY FOR SALE
For those interested in buying beautiful water front and road front building sites in the
Paradise local area, we recommend the following Paradise Chamber of Commerce web site.

BAY SHORE PROPERTIES
Phone: 937-545-0318

Recreation in Paradise

If you are visiting in the spring or summer, enjoy hiking, biking, fishing, swimming at our sandy beaches, collecting agates along the shore, canoeing, kayaking or ATV riding.

In the winter, snowmobilers may go directly to the trail from their door and travel the over 200 miles of groomed snowmobile trails connecting to the 2,500 miles of trails crossing the Upper Peninsula. Snowmobile rental nearby.

Cross-country ski the Paradise Pathway or at the Tahquamenon Falls ski trails (trail map). Enjoy the beautiful ice sculptures at the Falls and make a pit stop at the Tahquamenon Brewery and Pub.

Ice fishing is also a very popular sport in the Paradise area.

Nearby attractions include the mighty Tahquamenon Falls, only 12 miles west of the Inn, the Whitefish Point Lighthouse next to the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, or go along Lake Superior to the Point Iroquois Lighthouse and Maritime Museum, visit the Soo Locks and watch the huge freighters lock through. The Pictured Rocks between Munising and Grand Marais are always a stunning sight. While you are there, be sure to hike to the AuSable Lighthouse near the Hurricane River.

Make your reservations now at the Paradise Inn for a
great vacation on the shores of Lake Superior.

Call 906-492-3940 or E-Mail for more information

 

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