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Dragonfly Dunes
23 reviews
· Michigan
1 acre
3 sites
3 Glamping
We are renting this land from a gentleman who adores the land. It's about 30 acres in total, and has been in his <a id="PXLINK_1_0_1" class="pxInta" href="#">family</a> for several generations. It is beautiful and unique in the way that there's a pond/bird sanctuary, butts up again the North Country Trail, and is directly located across the highway from a pristine, public sand beach. 
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Michigan, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Jamie K.Joined in June 2018
33 Ratings · 23 reviews
Rachel C.recommends
September 6, 2022
School Bus Livin' by Lake Superior!
This was the most unique stay! The bus was so thoughtfully planned out. The property was beautiful-right next to a river with kayaks, fire pit, hammock, and a beach across the street with gorgeous views. It was situated between munising and Marquette-great location if you want to visit both.
Sarah D.recommends
August 18, 2022
School Bus Livin' by Lake Superior!
Beautiful and safe. Great location and impressive craftsmanship.
Lewis L.recommends
August 6, 2022
School Bus Livin' by Lake Superior!
LOVE the bus!
The bus is AMAZING! Clean and comfortable, definitely glamping not camping. It's amazing how roomy and comfortable a standard school bus can become. And the location is great - not far from Marquette for restaurants and events and groceries. And an easy walk across the street to Lake Superior for some truly spectacular sunsets and stargazing. They were just digging the field for the septic tank for a new bathhouse when we left which will make it even better - for both those glamping in the bus and any others camping on the property. We would happily stay there again (and likely will).
Tessa H.recommends
August 6, 2022
Viking Cabin at Dragonfly Dunes
We loved how everything kept with the theme of Vikings! Small but still comfy with room for two.
Katherine D.
August 1, 2022
Viking Cabin at Dragonfly Dunes
We loved the cabin and the all the little intricacies that where put in to the experience. However, the cabin is IN the RV campground and not in the woods like we thought from from the description. We had a tent campers right up next to the cabin. Very little privacy and space. We did think from from the description that we would be out in the woods, not inside the actual campground.
Trina C.recommends
January 10, 2022
Wood-Heated Tipi for Stars & Aurora
Dark sky beauty
I am not in a great position to review Jaimie's land, unfortunately. Due to me getting us stuck in the snow for 6 hrs, we did not arrive until way after dark. Speaking of the dark, we were lucky to have a clear night and so we were able to see some beautiful starry skies, if only briefly, as the temperature was below zero. The wood stove is very small and would be hard to keep going throughout the night to stay warm, so if you plan on visiting in the winter, make sure you are prepared. We brought our Mister heater just in case and I am so grateful that we did. The bed and bedding were both comfy. The basement kitchen and sitting area are welcoming, flush toilet bonus. Unfortunately, just before our trip, my husband experienced a herniated disk and pinched nerve which made the bending necessary to enter the tipi/yurt extremely painful. We left the next morning. What we were able to see in the morning, made us think it would be a good place to come back to for ourselves or with our granddaughter. Jamie was very helpful with the info she has put together about the region. She was kind and understanding from the time we notified her that we were stuck, to the time we needed to cut our trip short.
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