Saunders
Sunrise Cabins
10126 N. Whitefish Point Road
Paradise, MI 49768
Phone: 906-492-3378
E-mail:
saunders@jamadots.com
Your Hosts are Chris & Robin

Located on one of nature's wonders, Lake Superior's Whitefish Bay. Two miles north of Paradise, Michigan in the Upper Peninsula, 60 miles north of St. Ignace.

Open Year Round !

Saunders Sunrise Cabins features six cabins on Whitefish Bay. Five of our cabins are 2 bedroom cabins that measure 20' x 22' and will sleep 4 people comfortably, but will hold up to 6 people. They have a full size bed in each bedroom. Some cabins also have a sofa big enough to sleep on. There is a bathroom with shower between the two bedrooms. The kitchen, dining area, and living room are all on the Bay side with the best view in town.

Everything is furnished for you. . . . towels, linens, pots, pans, and dishes. All you have to bring is your food. Each cabin has a kitchenette furnished with a full size fridge, 2-burner range top, drip coffee maker, toaster, and microwave. Our kitchenettes do not have an oven.

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All our cabins have Satellite TV and free Wi-Fi.

We also have a one-room cabin with bath. It measures 14' x 14' and is affectionately known as our honeymoon suite. It sleeps just 2 people and has everything our 2-bedroom cabins have including kitchenette, but with a mini size fridge.

All of our cabins face the water and sit 50 feet from the waters edge, with the most beautiful view of Whitefish Bay, Whitefish Point, and the Canadian Mountains. They all face east so you can't miss the most beautiful sunrise you've ever seen!

Saunders Sunrise Cabins is a small "mom and pop" operation. We live on the premises and are always available to answer any questions or give you directions to all the local attractions. We do not have a maid service to "bug you" once you are settled in. We are located 2 miles north of the town of Paradise so it tends to be quiet and peaceful around here.

Saunders Sunrise Cabins has canoes, kayaks, and a flat bottom boat that are free for our guests to use. We have over 460 feet of private sandy beachfront for your enjoyment. Whitefish Bay stays shallow for a good 100 yards so your little ones can enjoy the water. The Bay does warm up to the low 70's in the summer so it is not as cold as "the big lake" Superior.

Each cabin has a picnic table, chairs, and a charcoal grill. There are 2 fire pits down on the beach for a campfire at night while you are watching the stars over the lake. We have firewood for sale at the office.

We have a basketball hoop, horseshoe pit, and a play ground style swing set for the kids.

There are many fishing opportunities close by at one of the many small inland lakes or the Tahquamenon River. It is not good fishing in front of the cabins because of the shallow water. There are 2 boat launches close by if you want to bring your own boat. There is also a horse riding stable close by.

So come on up and enjoy a breathtaking sunrise in the morning and a campfire on the beach in the evening while you star gaze. We've had many comments on how unbelievable the stars are UP here. If you happen to catch a stormy night, you're still in luck. We've had as many as 12 Great Lakes Freighters waiting for the storm to pass anchor right in front of the cabins.

Looking for Moose? Yes, there are moose in the area. Your hosts can give you direction to the best spots to look for them. Don't forget your camera!

Motorcyclists welcome. Come on UP and take a fall color tour. The sights and smells and smooth roads will be something you will never forget. We can give you direction to the best places to see and ride. Indoor parking is available.

ENJOY:
Hiking: at the Upper and Lower Tahquamenon Falls.

Bird-Watching: Go up to Whitefish Point to the Bird observatory and join in on their Morning Bird walks, Bird-Banding and other programs they have during the year.

Visiting the Whitefish Point Lighthouse and the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum. Experience the gripping tales of ships and men who braved Lake Superior's cold deep waters. While there visit the Nautical Niche Gift Shop.

SNOWMOBILING
The Paradise area has approximately 120 miles of snowmobile trails that our local club, the Paradise Area Night Riders, maintains. Saunders Sunrise Cabins is an active member in the club. Chris has been a groomer operator since 2002 and knows the area very well. Guided tours for experienced riders can be arranged for a small fee. The Paradise area averages over 200 inches of snow a year.

We have a very large parking lot with a circle drive for the largest trucks and trailers. Also a heated garage for snowmobile repairs if the need arises.

The Paradise area has a groomed cross-country ski trail 1/2 mile west of town and several hiking and snowshoeing trails at Tahquamenon Falls State Park.

RATES: Our rates vary by season and the number of people in your party. Rates are subject to change, so the best way to get an accurate quote is to give us a call or e-mail.
A general idea of our rates, they start at $80 per night for a 2-bedroom cabin in the winter and $120 per night in the summer.
July & August: 3-night minimum stay. September through June: 2-night minimum stay

Pets are an extra $10 per night. Maximam 2 pets.
Pets are welcome during the summer, but you must pick up after them and have them on a leash.
Sorry, no pets in the winter.
Some exceptions can be made though, please give us a call.

All cabins are non-smoking.

 

CALL 1-906-492-3378 or E-mail: saunders@jamadots.com 

Open Year Round.

SORRY, WE NO LONGER ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS
$100 deposit required to hold cabin reservation
You can pay balance with cash, personal check, or money order upon arrival.

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