May 27 - May 28
Very cute and a great location that was central to what we wanted to see.
May 30 - May 31
Enjoyed our stay. The older cabin was advertised for 6 people, but was crowded for 6 adults. More than one small bathroom garbage can would be helpful. Bedding for pullout couch was not in the room, but when I asked the office they delivered it promptly.
May 27 - May 28
Michigan is home to the Great Lakes and cozy cabins that provide the perfect rustic vacation experience. The Wolverine State has log cabins located close to all the regions best lakes and major tourist attractions.
Log cabins in Michigan offer a relaxed, rustic feel that’s combined with all the modern conveniences of home. Expect free Wi-Fi, fully fitted kitchens, spacious living areas and warm log burners to keep the chill away. Michigan Cabins cater for every vacation goer; whether you’re traveling solo or with family. If you’re planning on staying near one of Michigan’s 11,000 inland lakes, you’ll find plenty of cabins available. Cozy accommodation can be found across Michigan State, with easy access to natural attractions, restaurants, entertainment venues, and shopping malls.
You’ll never be short of ways to enjoy the largest freshwater coastline of the United States. You will find water sports facilities and places to hire kayaks and canoes just a stone’s throw from many Michigan cabins. Cycle paths and hiking trails criss-cross their way through 19 million acres of pine forest, while the region’s bountiful lakes offer the chance to fish, swim, or water ski. If golf is more your thing, tee off at one of the region’s championship links courses, like Crystal Downs in Frankfort, or Oakland Hills in Bloomfield Hills.
Beyond the Great Lakes, there is a lot going on in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Fairs, festivals, concerts and sporting events take place all year round, so check your calendar and contact Michigan cabin rentals sooner rather than later to book during these busy times, as they tend to book up quickly during the summer months.
Whether you’ve got a taste for barbequed steak or freshly caught fish, you’ll find fresh local produce served up at many of the region’s restaurants. If you’re looking for something to eat on the go, try a ‘Coney Dog’ - a hot dog covered in mouth-watering chilli. The more adventurous diners in your party can sate their appetite by sampling some of the region’s fresh lake perch.