In the Hiawatha National Forest
Phone: 231-547-4136 (Home)
On the Snowmobile and ATV Trails
Lodging at Sam's Hiawatha Log Cabin in the Hiawatha National Forest, located 24 miles west of Manistique and 16 miles north of Highway US-2 in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Enjoy your vacation in this newly built two-bedroom log cabin with a loft that is nestled in the woods of the Hiawatha National Forest. The log cabin is open concept with has a knotty pine interior and a wood-burning fireplace in the living area. There is a TV with a VCR. Limited TV reception (no cable or dish) so you might want to bring a favorite tape or two to enjoy as you sit around the wood fire and relax after a busy day The kitchen has full sized appliances, a microwave, coffee maker, toaster, and cooking and dining utensils.
There are two bedrooms on the main level with a twin bed in each room and two twin beds in the loft area. Bathroom with shower. There is a sofa sleeper in the living area so the cabin will sleep 4 comfortably. Linens and paper products are furnished but you need to bring towels, so pack up your food and gear and get ready for a wonderful relaxing time in the Northwoods.
The front porch has a swing and there is a gas grill for your outdoor cooking. Fire pit behind the cabin for campfires. There is no phone but your cell phone will work on the front porch.
Sam's Hiawatha Log Cabin is close to 25 lakes for fishing and canoeing. There is a swimming beach and boat launch at Corner Lake Campground, 4 miles north of the cabin. This boat launch accesses a chain of lakes. There is swimming, hiking, and boating at Pete's Lake Recreation Area, 12 miles north. Biking can be lots of fun on the back roads of the forest. Snowmobile and ATV trails are 1/4 mile from the cabin. The public lands of the Hiawatha National Forest offer hundreds of acres of land for exploring, watching wildlife, enjoying nature, canoeing, kayaking, hunting, and fishing.
Dana Lake is a 1/4 mile from the cabin and canoes or fishing boats can be rented at the Hiawatha Resort and Country Store, just a mile north on FFH-13. The Country Store has groceries, meat, fishing supplies, and hand dipped ice cream cones.
Winter lovers will truly enjoy the solitude of the forest as the snowflakes flutter softly to the ground. Get out those snowshoes and plod through the woods, go cross-country skiing on the back roads or some of the nearby trails, or for those who want speed, there are miles of snowmobile trails that head up towards Munising and the many trails in Alger County. Snowmobiles can be rented at the Forest Glen General Store nearby.
Pets welcome with prior approval
or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Federal Forest Highway 13 (FFH 13) is a
north-south paved road connecting highways M-28 (on
the north) at Wetmore, MI with US-2 (on the south)
at Nahma Junction. FFH 13 is located 25 miles west
of Manistique or 14 miles east of Rapid River on
US-2. Take FFH 13 north for 16 miles to the cabin
or go south from Wetmore on FFH 13 for 19 miles.
Federal Forest Highway 13 (FFH 13) is a north-south paved road connecting highways M-28 (on the north) at Wetmore, MI with US-2 (on the south) at Nahma Junction. FFH 13 is located 25 miles west of Manistique or 14 miles east of Rapid River on US-2. Take FFH 13 north for 16 miles to the cabin or go south from Wetmore on FFH 13 for 19 miles.
Recreation in the Munising area
Photos: Sheldon Minsky
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