There are many amazing and beautiful locations to see near the cabins. Spend the day going on trips around the area, then end your night at a campfire outside your cabin!
500 Headlands Rd, Mackinaw City, MI 49770
This lighthouse began operation in 1869! Explore the lighthouse, learn about the history, and take a trip down their trails to get great views of the Mackinac Bridge!
15675 Headlands Rd, Mackinaw City, MI 49701
Witness one of the few dark sky parks in the nation. Light pollution is at its absolute lowest here and on a clear night you can see all of the stars.
101 E Lake St, Petoskey, MI 49770
Come take in the views of the Petoskey waterfront on beautiful Little Traverse Bay of Lake Michigan. Catch a softball game at the softball field, lay out on the expansive lawns, walk the break wall, take the kids to the park, or discover the waterfall.
1100-3148, M-119, Harbor Springs, MI 49740
Take a trip down M-119 starting in Petoskey, MI and end up in The Tunnel of Trees. A good relaxing driving adventure for anyone who loves nature.
Visit the longest suspension bridge in the western hemisphere! It’s a brilliant site to see when lit up at night and a thrilling drive over the grates separating you from a 200 ft. drop into the depths of the Straits of Mackinac!
7274 Main St, Mackinac Island, MI 49757
Take a ferry ride to the historic Mackinac Island where there are no motorized vehicles allowed. Take in the restaurants and shops while bringing home fudge, which the island is known for. Enjoy biking the island or taking a horse drawn carriage ride.
7078 W M 68 Hwy, Indian River, MI 49749
Brings 275,000 to 325,000 visitors a year to visit the National Shrine of the Cross in the Woods. Guests come to pray and gaze upon the “Man on the Cross”, and are welcome to attend mass or visit the many sanctuaries.
41382 West M-123, Paradise, MI 49768
Tahquamenon Falls State Park encompasses close to 50,000 acres stretching over 13 miles. Most of this is undeveloped woodland without roads, buildings or power lines. The centerpiece of the park, and the very reason for its existence, is the Tahquamenon River with its waterfalls.