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
Welcome to Northwoods Cabins, located in the heart of the Manistee National Forest. We are close to Tippy Dam and the Backwaters, the Big M (for cross country skiing and mountain biking), the North Country Trail (for hiking), Caberfae Peaks (for downhill skiing and golfing).
The Birchwood offers motel and cabin facilities and is a great place to take your RV. The Birchwood is open all year and while we do not have water hook ups in the winter, you will find our heated bathrooms a comfort in the cold.
Welcome to Northern Exposure Campground, Michigan's premiere "Up-North" Camping Experience. The campground is located in Mesick, MI on 300 wooded acres, including 2.5 miles of coastline on the Hodenpyle Pond.
It started with one vineyard more than three decades ago. Now Chateau Grand Traverse has moved into its second generation of family winemaking – producing eighteen wine varieties from four vineyards sprawling across more than 120 acres, all earning countless medals to attest to the care and quality we put into every bottle.
1890's Victorian Farmhouse now a boutique B&B in the resort area of Northwestern Michigan. 3 comfortable rooms each with fireplaces, gourmet breakfasts! Minutes away from outdoor activities like skiing, snowmobiling, and snowboarding at Shanty Creek, Schuss Mountain and Boyne Mountain.
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.