Boating & Fishing:  Brevort Lake is an excellent place to launch your boat and spend a day fishing. You can fish for pike, walleye, perch, trout, and bass. There is a public boat launch on the lake, and we have a 100 foot dock that you can access. More details are at this link.

Jogging / Hiking: Lake Michigan Sand dunes and beaches are within six miles as are numerous hiking trails through Hiawatha National Forest.

Golf:  St. Ignace has a nice 9 hole course with great views. St. Ignace Golf and Country Club is located at W223 US-2 West in St. Ignace. It is only a 15 to 20 minute drive from the cabins. Golf is also nearby in Mackinac City and Hessell.

Tourist Opportunities: There are numerous family-friendly options available within a 20 minute drive from the cabin such as The Mystery Spot, The Deer Ranch, Castle Rock, and ferries that will take you over to the unique and beautifal Mackinac Island.

Kewadin Shores Casino (St. Ignace) – Tribal owned casino offering Black Jack, Craps, Roulette, Money Wheel, Slot Machines, and more. Open 7 days a week, year around. Free shuttle service to and from local hotels and campgrounds. Phone: (906) 643-7071

The Sand Dunes (Lake Michigan) – This long sand beach with (relatively) warm water is a favorite spot in the summer. Go west on U.S. 2 for about 7 miles. You will come to a long stretch of road with sand dunes and a nice sand beach along the right. The swimming is great with gentle waves and the beach is entirely sand.

Mackinac Island – This is a must destination for everyone. Take the ferry over (there are several in St. Ignace), then take a horse drawn tour of the island.  Although the island has significant history going back over 300 years, it is most known for its development during the Victorian era which spawned many elaborate cottages for wealthy mid-westerners and the famous Grand Hotel.  As such, the island was frozen in time in the early 1900s, and no cars will be found on the island.

The Great Lakes Museum – This museum is located at Whitefish Point and has many artifacts from recent and historical shipwrecks.

Tahquamenon Falls and Whitefish Point (Lake Superior) – just over an hour away in driving time. The Tahquamenon Falls are the second largest falls east of the Mississippi (behind Niagara Falls).  The water is golden brown in color due to the large amount of tannic acid present in the water.

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