Upper Peninsula Lodging
Lodgings: Resorts, Motels, Hotels, Cabins, Cottages, Bed & Breakfasts, Lodges, Campgrounds,
and Vacation Homes in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan
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- 16 Lake Lodge A 1,100 sq. ft. modern cabin on
the north shore of 16 Mile Lake. Breathtaking one mile view down the lake from the living room,
kitchen or deck. The lodge is designed according to the open air concept with a huge kitchen,
dining room, and living room with free standing wood-burning fireplace facing the lake. Has three
bedrooms, a master bedroom with queen sized bed, second room with two super size bunks, and a loft
with one king and two singles. Loft overlooks living room and lake. Snowmobile from the door.
A Cabin in the Woods
W16319 Sandtown Road, Curtis MI 49820 - 906-287-0711 -
Charming 2 bedroom cabin with one bedroom on the main floor with a double bed and upstairs has
open Bunkhouse-style sleeping area with 2 double beds and 2 twin beds. Sleeps up to 8 guests.
The cabin is located 2 miles east of Curtis, Mi. It is nestled on 5 acres of land with ample parking for trailers.
A Cabin Up North,
Silver City, MI. Phone: 906-885-5430. Year round vacation
log home on Lake Superior with 3 bedrooms and 2 baths. Wood burning fireplace. Fully equipped kitchen. Satellite TV,
Large back deck overlooking the Lake with fire pit and grill.
A Powell Shores Lodge
Vacation Home on the shores of Powell Lake, 6 miles from Munising. Completely furnished modern 3 bedroom home on a 100 acre
lake in the Hiawatha National Forest. Living room has a gas fireplace and satellite TV. Wi-Fi. Complete kitchen. Large deck.
Sand bottomed beach for swimming with dock for fishing. Boat and canoe.Snowmobile trail across the road. Pets welcome. Phone: (906)-450-4386
America's Best Value Inn and Suites Tahquemanon Country
offers 66 comfortable rooms with Wi-Fi, cable TV, mini-fridge, and a microwave. Free breakfast. Indoor Pool, and Sauna.
Ample parking for trailers. Short distance to Tahquamenon Falls and other interesting attractions. Golf course 1 mile.
Snowmobile rentals. Direct access to ATV and snowmobile trails. Pet friendly. 12956 M-28, Newberry, MI 49868. Phone: 906-293-4000 or 800-293-3297.
- Annie's Edge
The best place to stay in Munising to enjoy all that Pictured Rocks has to offer. This home is within minutes of some of the most beautiful and pristine lakes in the world. Within minutes are beautiful hiking trails. Pictured Rocks Boat Cruise and kayak tours. Kayak rentals and pontoon rentals. Numerous waterfalls. Great places to eat, great fishing, and of course the reason you are here Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. This home backs up to the beautiful Hiawatha National Forest.
Au Train Lake Museum Cottage
N6915 Forest Lake Road AuTrain, Michigan 49806. Phone: 510-919-0688. The rustic cedar Museum Cottage is fully outfitted and ideal for one
or two guests. Fireplace with gas log, WI-FI, and a complete kitchen.
AuTrain Lake Cottage
Phone: 906-892-8147. Two bedroom furnished cottage on AuTrain Lake. Full kitchen, cable TV, deck with lawn furniture, grill, and a
fire pit for bonfires. Sand beach with a fishing boat & motor, paddleboat, and a canoe included with the cottage rental
AuTrain River Cabin
Phone:906-892-8367. Furnished cabin overlooking the AuTrain River. Sleeps 6. Large deck with grill, picnic table and deck
chairs. Fire pit on the beach. Dock.
Au Train River Cottags:
Five cottages by the Au Train River near Munising and the Pictured Rocks. Cottages have 1, 2, and 4 bedrooms with Wi-Fi. Flat lawn leads t
o 300 feet of river frontage for swimming, fishing, and relaxing. Canoe included with rental. Easy access to ATV and Snowmobile Trails. Pet Friendly. Open Year Round. Phone: 906-364-8110
Baraga Lakeside Inn
on the shores of Keweenaw Bay in Lake Superior. 68 guest rooms with cable TV and Wi-Fi. Some rooms overlook the Bay for a stunning view. The
restaurant is open daily serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Lounge. Indoor swimming pool, hot tub, and sauna. Fitness Room. Docking facilities next
door. Direct access to snowmobile trails. Baraga Lakeside Inn, 900 U.S. 41 South, Baraga , MI. Phone: 906-353-7123 or toll Free: 855-541-5953.
Barnyard on Trout Lake
Two Bedroom rental cabin on the shores of Trout Lake, only 35 minutes from the Bridge. Enjoy fishing, swimming, and relaxing by the water. Beach area
has a sandy bottom that is shallow for the kids. Row boat. Complete kitchen, washer & dryer, and a living area with a pellet stove for those cool
evenings. On the snowmobile and ATV trail. The Barnyard on Trout Lake. Phone: 906-569-3821
is located 15 miles east of Marquette and 26 miles west of Munising on the sandy shores of Lake Superior. The cottage has two bedrooms and is nestled
in the woods by the lake. The living area has patio doors that open onto the deck, a wonderful spot to relax and enjoy the beauty of Lake Superior.
Cobblestone path to the sandy beach and a beach deck near the water. Beachcomber's Cottage, Highway M-28, Marquette, MI, 49855. Phone: 206-937-1276.
Bear Den Cabin
is located on Ross Lake between Munising and Grand Marais,
only a short drive to the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, the Seney Refuge, and scenic Lake Superior. The newly remodeled 2-bedroom cabin is
fully furnished including Wi-Fi, TV with DVD, and a gas fireplace. Complete kitchen with dishwasher. Sleeps 5 guests. If you are looking for a
peaceful spot in the woods for your vacation, the Bear Den is in a great location. On the ATV and Snowmobile trail. Open Year Round.
Bear's Nine Pines Resort on Lake Gogebic
in the western Upper Peninsula offers 9 comfortable cabins with one, two, or three bedrooms. Satellite TV and wireless internet access.
Some cabins have a gas fireplace & hot tub. Nice swimming beach. Boat rentals. Lake Gogebic is ideal for water sports, boating,
and year round fishing. Guided fishing and bear hunting trips. Bait & Tackle Shop with licenses and permits. On the snowmobile
and ATV trails. Pets Welcome. Phone: 906-842-3361
Big Bay Getaway Motel
Highway US 2, Cooks MI 49817. Phone 906-644-2893. All rooms have view of Big Bay de Noc. Sandy beach and swimming area on Lake
Michigan. Near Fayette. On the snowmobile and ATV trails. Plenty of parking for trailers. Good fishing and hunting. Open year round.
At the edge of the Hiawatha National Forest. Pets accepted.
Big Bay Lakeside Cottage
Big Bay, MI 49808. Phone: 248-760-8560. Three bedroom rental cabin on the north side of Lake Independence. Sandy beach.
Color TV with VCR. Deck and grill for cookouts
Bigfoot Hideaway Motel and Lodgel
is located in Crystal Falls, MI (South Central Upper Peninsula). The Bigfoot Hideaway offers 6 rooms with a mini-fridge, Wi-Fi, and HDMI cables
to stream to TVs. Two designated pet rooms. Lodge sleeps 2-9. Easy ATV and snowmobile trail access. Gift Shop with a variety of Bigfoot items. Restaurant nearby. 1309 Highway US-2, Crystal Falls, MI. Phone: 906 464-8506
(Now Paradise Shores Cabins)Whitefish Point Road, Paradise. Phone 906-492-3320. Modern Log Cabins on Lake Superior. Full
housekeeping cabins, some with fireplaces. Wi-Fi. On the ATV trail. Sandy beach, Satellite TV's.
The Birch Tree-Plex
is located in downtown Munising, Michigan just a couple blocks from Lake Superior. The Birch Tree-Plex offers 3 newly
remodeled apartments that can be rented separately or combined for a large group. Each unit has a full kitchen, Cable TV,
Wi-Fi, snowmobile and ATV trail access, and is open year round.
Buckhorn Resort: Motel, Restaurant, and Lodges
in the Hiawatha National Forest near Munising offers 2 fully equipped spacious lodges and a 20 unit motel.
All on the snowmobile and ATV trails. Restaurant and Lounge. Gas. Lodges sleep from 6 to 22. Motel rooms have microwaves, refrigerators
and coffee makers. Buckhorn Drive, Munising. Phone 906-387-3559.
Budget Host Inn Iron Mountain
North US-2, Iron Mountain, MI 49801. 906 774-6797. Motel Units, Kitchenettes, Kitchen units, and Apartments. Restaurant and supper
club nearby. High speed wireless internet. Near Lake Antoine and other recreational facilities. Direct trail access.
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- Then the generous Hiawatha
- Led the strangers to his wigwam,
- Seated them on skins of bison,
- Seated them on skins of ermine,
- And the careful old Nokomis
- Brought them food in bowls of basswood,
- Water brought in birchen dippers,
- And the calumet, the peace-pipe,
- Filled and lighted for their smoking.
- Song of Hiawatha, W.W. Longfellow
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