Where to Stay When Visiting Michigan

Best Locations of Where To Stay in Michigan

The best place to stay when visiting Michigan. Looking for a great cabin, campground, Bed and Breakfast or Hotel we have a list of the best places to lay your head all filtered down by the area of Michigan.

Where to stay in Michigan

The AuSable River is one of Michigan’s Wild and Scenic rivers. It provides excellent opportunities for canoeing, kayaking, tubing, rafting and wildlife viewing. The river from Grayling to Oscoda is all wilderness with primitive camping along the river. We offer trips ranging from 2-1/2 hours to 7 days.

Come and enjoy the wildlife that surrounds our area, swim at tranquil Putman Lake, and
make lasting friendships with those that enjoy what you do. We are conveniently just the
right distance from the quiet town of Baldwin, about one and a half hours north of Grand

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.

Every season is the right season to visit Treetops Resort in Gaylord Michigan! Treetops special features distinguish it as one of Michigan*s finest destination resorts.

Surfari Joe’s offers a year round, 20,000 square foot indoor waterpark! Surfari Joe’s features two extreme water slides for the adventurous, a lazy river without piranha for a relaxing float.

Caberfae Peaks Ski Resort boasts Michigan's highest lift-served peaks and some of the state's biggest vertical drops. With 34 runs, skiers and riders will enjoy the best advanced, intermediate, and novice ski runs in the state. As Michigan's closest up-north ski resort, you'll spend less time in the car and more time on the slopes.

Shanty Creek is a four-season resort featuring 72 holes of championship golf on four courses (Cedar River, The Legend, Schuss Mountain and Summit), 53 ski runs on two mountains (Schuss Mountain and Summit Mountain), 30km of cross-country skiing, a 6-lane alpine tubing park, winter sleigh rides, and Michigan’s most awarded terrain parks.