Rental Cabins by the Mouth of the Two Hearted River
Although Rainbow Lodge was mostly destroyed by the Duck Lake Fire in May of 2012, we now have several cabins to rent through Nov 15 and again in May. At this time there is no store or shuttle/canoe services. Camping available at state forest campgrounds in the area.
CABINS #14 and #16 ARE AVAILABLE TO RENT BY THE WEEK.
Two New Cabins coming in July and August
Limited electricity is supplied by our
Hot and cold running water is available day and
Both cabins have gas lights and automatic gas heat.
Cabins have gas fridge and counter top gas burners or
Bedding, cooking and eating utensils provided.
Please bring you own bath and kitchen towels and soap.
Available May 1 (weather permitting) through November 15
Sorry, No Credit Cards accepted.
Rustic Camping Cabin (3-Night Minimum) available to rent through mid-November.
Please make reservations at 906-658-3357 ONLY (no online)
PLEASE SEE OUR FACEBOOK PAGE for additional information and updates
on the renovation of Rainbow Lodge and the Chapel of the Two Heart.
Rainbow Lodge will be building several new cabins as soon as the snow melts.
| MODERN CABINS #14 & #16 (Weekly Rental)
| RUSTIC CABIN (3-night minimum)
RAINBOW LODGE is located at the mouth of the Big Two
Hearted River in the Upper Peninsula. It overlooks Lake
Superior - the "Big Sea" of the north country. The 34 mile
drive from Newberry or 30 miles from Paradise will take you
into the heart of the Lake Superior State Forest. The beauty
and romance of Hemingway's Big Two Hearted is yours.
The Big Two Hearted River is rated among the top ten
trout streams in the U.S.A. Many inland lakes are located
nearby with walleye, northern pike, perch, bass, and panfish
with public access and campgrounds. FISH WHERE THE FISH ARE
RAINBOW LODGE welcomes you for
hunting, fishing, canoeing, rock-hounding, ATVing, or just plain relaxing.
The Chapel of the Two
The Chapel of the Two Heart was built in the
summer of 2006 by Richard and Kathy Robinson and
family, and the help of many volunteers; many of
whom vacation here each year. Unfortunately, the Chapel burned down in the Duck Lake Fire, but rebuilding is progressing nicely. Visit our Facebook Page for information. The Chapel will be ready for use by the summer of 2014.
All are invited to use the chapel for
reflection and prayer, in the hope that
inspiration, faith, love, and fellowship be
The chapel of the Two Heart is
dedicated to God and to all those who pass by this
beautiful and special place......TWO HEART COUNTRY,
and to those who are no longer able to come back
and visit anymore.
"TWO HEARTED RIVER
The Two Hearted River, immortalized by Ernest
Hemingway for its beauty and wilderness, is unmatched by
most other rivers which you may have canoed before.
"While Nick walked through the little stretch of
meadow alongside the stream, trout had jumped high out of
water. Now as he looked down the river, the insects must be
settling on the surface, for the trout were feeding steadily
all down the stream. As far down the long stretch as he
could see, the trout were rising, making circles all down
the surface of the water, as though it were starting to
from Big Two-Hearted River by Ernest
PLEASE DO NOT USE MAPQUEST, GOOGLE, GPS etc. for
People have been routed thru swamps, non-existant roads, or
PLEASE USE OUR WEBSITE MAP near the bottom of the page,
OR WE WILL BE HAPPY TO SEND YOU DIRECTIONS!!
From Newberry: Take M-123 north 4 miles to Four Mile
Corner. Turn left (west) on CR-407. Take CR-407 for 14 miles
to CR-414. Turn right on CR-414 and go 10 miles to CR-423.
Turn left on CR-423 and go 4 miles to Rainbow Lodge.
From Paradise or Tahquamenon Falls State Park: Go
southwest on M-123 to CR-500. Turn right on CR-500 and go 6
miles to CR-414. Turn left of CR-414 and go 6 miles to
CR-423. Turn right on CR-423 and go 4 miles to Rainbow Lodge.
GOD BLESS YOU, AMERICA & OUR
Phone Richard at: (906) 658-3357 for information and cabin reservations.
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