Cabins near Marquette

Camp on the shores of Lake Superior in this remote, friendly Michigan town.

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Bear Tree Homestead

3 sites · Lodging50 acres · Trowbridge Park, MI
Bear Tree Homestead is nestled among the cliffs and ravines which drains the south face of Hogback Mountain into Lake Superior. Hogback Mountain is one of the larger rock formations in the Huron Range, a surprisingly rugged, and diverse region of low mountains carved by glaciers. We have been inspired by these ancient rocks to build our homestead with materials gathered on our land. Each cabin is hand-built of log and stone using traditional Scandinavian building tools and techniques. The Pond Cabin is completely off the grid and the Orchard Cabin with electricity and handpump water. Our buildings, gardens, and pastures are integrated into the forested landscape and are not your typical homestead. One of the most wonderful things we have to offer is the accessibility to thousands of protected acres surrounding us and the trails that bisect them. We are located 8 miles from downtown Marquette in Michigan's Upper Peninsula where there are many great restaurants, shops, and brewpubs. However, once you drive into Bear Tree Homestead and settle in you will not want to leave.
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Bear Lake Meets da Yellow Dog

2 sites · Lodging, Tents10 acres · Marquette, MI
The land around Bear Lake was divided into 10-acre parcels in the 1970s using an original logging trail. Logging artifacts have been found on the property. The Yellow Dog River is a legendary trout stream, and many artists have found that the river satisfies their need for the wild. We are 20 miles (app) north of Marquette, which is my home town.  It is a destination for bikers, skiiers, and outdoor rec folk!  There are so many things to see and do in Marquette, so make sure to plan enough time to check out the town!  Also, just six miles to our north is historic Big Bay.  A lumber town back in the day, it is full of history.  Check out the Thunder Bay Inn, where parts of Anatomy of a Murder, starring Jimmy Stewart and Lee Remick were filmed.  Don't miss going to the Lumberjack to see where the actual murder took place, either!  You will find good eats and perhaps even some live music at either establishment. You'll also find everything you need in the way of groceries, and gas at Cram's General Store, where there's also a laundromat.  Burns landing has the historic Burns family home renovated in a park setting, and a public beach access to mighty Lake Superior.  Yellow Dog falls is a short drive on Co. Road 510, and on the way be sure to climb Thomas Rock overlook.  There are new bike trails if you're into that as well!   Stay awhile.  You'll be glad you did! We strive to offer peace and serenity to our guests, and love to share these woods with those needing tranquility and respite from a busy world. In this sensitive environmental area, we have only two sites to keep traffic down, enhance our visitors experience, and to protect the wildlife here. Unplug with us, eh!
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Birch Top ~ Rustic Cabin

1 site · Lodging40 acres · Marquette, MI
Rustic cabin sitting on a hill top surrounded by beautiful birch trees! 40 acre parcel to explore located in Harvey, just 10 miles outside of Marquette. The cabin is within several miles of: Lake Superior beaches, world class mountain biking, miles of hiking trails, and all that the City of Marquette has to offer! Cabin has 1 full size bed, 1 twin size bed, along with a pull out bed. Please bring your own bedding, pillows, and/or sleeping bag. Feel free to pop a tent next to the cabin as well! There is no running water or electricity provided, so please be sure to bring your own cooking stove and light sources. We will provide a 5 gallon jug of water, and there is an artesian well located outside of the nearest convenience store, Kassel's Korner (Corner of US41-and County Rd 480). Other amenities include: outhouse, charcoal grill, outdoor fireplace, indoor wood stove.
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Hemlock Ridge Homestead

3 sites · Lodging10 acres · Marquette, MI
This was a custom log home built in the early 2000's. It has been updated over the years to make it more livable year round. This site is on a seasonal road so travel in and out can be impeded at times due to weather or external forces, such as tree falls, wash outs, etc. This is a self sufficient homestead in the making. Our garden has progressed greatly, and our fruit tree orchards are in just starting to produce. We just opened our second site, the Prairieview Chalet to our already great, Acorn Retreat cabin. Which includes a hot tub and other amenities, including a heated in the winter bouchee outhouse. The new Prairieview Chalet is an exceptional adventurers haven! It has all the things you want after a day(s) out in the wilderness, with amenities like a hot shower, fully stocked kitchen, linens and more. Our property reflects our love of the land and space. We are always making improvements, such as the timber framed chicken coop. We now have a ping pong table for our guests, and still over farm fresh eggs. We strive to make every place better than we found it and hope our guests will do the same. This is a zen, quiet place to heal, reflect and refill your cup of life:)
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Lonesome Loon

2 sites · Lodging1 acre · K I Sawyer, MI
Relax, fish, kayak, sit around a fire or just listen to the loon on the lake.
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Ellens Cabin

1 site · Lodging40 acres · West Ishpeming, MI
Looking for a remote cabin for a romantic getaway or a relaxing time in the big Northwoods? Ellen’s cabin is off-grid (12volt DC, solar), has limited running water and unreliable cellphone service. It’s 1/2 a mile from a dirt road which is a portion of the North Country Trail, sitting in the rugged Michigamme Highlands, close to Silver Lake and Dead River Basins. The cabin is fully equipped and is 45 minutes from Ishpeming and an hour from Marquette. There is a wood stove and back-up propane for heat, a gas stove and small grill for cooking and a small fridge. There is a double bed, two single beds and a pull-out futon and all bedding is provided. There is also an open area upstairs for yoga or for children to play. There is a fire ring with wood provided, a deck with great views of the Mulligan escarpment and an outhouse. There are lots of opportunities to see birds and other wildlife and for this reason we do not allow dogs, hunting or motorized sports.
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The badger

1 site · Lodging160 acres · Big Bay, MI
Looking for solitude? Look no further! This Quaint cabin is nestled in the peace and quiet of the north woods just a few miles from Big Bay, MI. It is equipped with a large propane fridge, wall mounted lanterns that run off the big tanks around back and a sauna just steps from the cabin. There are dozens of good hikes in the area including alder falls (about a mile down the 2-track) and Thomas Rock just acrossed County rd 510. Both are short hikes with high rewards. Trail maps and books will be left on the table. There are some great mountain biking trails skirting the northern border of the 40! And also a great spot for snowmobiling and cross country skiing as there are great networks of trails nearby as well!
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The Log Cabin Retreat

1 site · Lodging10 acres · Shingleton, MI
The Log Cabin Retreat is centrally located just outside the 45 miles of Pictured Rocks National Shoreline, a short drive from Miners Castle, The Log Slide, multiple water falls, and countless atv trails.  Learn more about this land:Come experience “up north” in all of its rugged glory. Nestled among trails in the Hiawatha region of Munising, MI (next to Haywire Trail #8), The Log Cabin Retreat is also situated in very close proximity to the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. This is the PERFECT location with quick access to everything the area has to offer. Enjoy snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, ice climbing and ice fishing in the winter; hiking, ATVing, mountain biking, swimming, beaching, fishing and kayaking/canoeing in the summer. There is plenty to do in the area and the Log Cabin Crew is ALWAYS happy to help you out! The Log Cabin Retreat is surrounded by 20 acres of private, wooded property. Luxuriate in solitude or enjoy Munising – your choice! The conveniences of town are just a short (10 minute) drive away. The famous Bear Trap Inn (restaurant and bar) is just 1/4 of a mile down the road: Our guests have always loved this place. Kewadin Casino in Christmas, MI is about a 20 minutes’ drive. The cabin is quaint enough for one family, yet accommodating enough to comfortably host larger parties of up to 16. There are four bedrooms and two bathrooms on the basement and main floor levels, plus a loft. Park your snowmobile trailers and trucks in the large driveway – there's tons of space to pull in and pull out (no need to back up). Stoke up the fire and relax. Imbibe at the bar. Take in forest and wildlife views from the comfort of the deck. Cook up a feast on the gas grill. Roast marshmallows and enjoy each other's company around the fire. The cabin is yours to enjoy during your stay. There’s plenty of room here to do what you like. Make memories; do things your way. The kitchen is fully stocked. The living room is plush. The basement is fully furnished; laid-back. All bedding, bath towels and toiletries are included. Most of our guests are repeat guests… Come and find out why!!
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Old Cedar Lodge

1 site · Lodging1 acre · Au Train, MI
Lovely cottage on Autrain Lake near all of the sites to see in the area. Currently offered as B&B in our main cabin but homeowner will be in separate quarters. You will be in a private cabin. There are three bedroom areas upstairs with a full modern bath. One room Full bed, One room Queen bed, and the third is an open area with a privacy curtain and sitting area as well as a King bed. The living area has light seating area with a twin pull out loveseat, and two recliners. We have kayaks available for use. A small dock. There is some erosion on the bank we are currently working on but no beach, its in the process. Pets are allowed but please do not allow off leash or out of small fenced in area. All pet owners must clean up after your pets outside and if you leave for the day you are responsible for them. I recommend kennel trained as they act completely different and strange place. Ours are the same. Owner is around but can not watch pets as we work full time. I can check for a local teen to provide day care if requested. Breakfast foods will be supplied but there will no cooking provided. If you have special requests for breakfast foods please forward that information one week prior to arrival. We hope you have a great vacation!!!
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Camp Rock

1 site · Lodging140 acres · Rock, MI
Welcome to Camp Rock, your gateway to a bygone era of rustic charm and timeless adventure in the heart of Michigan's Upper Peninsula! Nestled on a sprawling one-hundred and forty-acre tree farm, our classic deer camp offers a unique retreat where you can unwind, explore, and reconnect with nature. Step inside our cedar log cabin, lovingly built in 1952, and feel the essence of a bygone era wash over you. While the cabin is remote and private, offering a true escape from the modern world, it's conveniently located just thirty minutes from some of the U.P.'s most coveted destinations. Disconnect from the digital realm as you immerse yourself in the simple pleasures of cabin life. Enjoy the warmth of the wood stove or propane heat in the living/dining/kitchen area, where you'll find all the essentials for comfortable living, including a full refrigerator, electric stove, running hot water, and ample space to prepare meals and dine with loved ones. Embrace the nostalgia of days gone by with four free-to-air television stations and a collection of classic movies, perfect for cozy evenings by the crackling fire. Retreat to the bunk room, where you'll find comfortable sleeping arrangements for up to four guests, complete with fresh linens and the option of additional cots. For added privacy, our spacious lockable shower room provides a tranquil oasis with modern amenities such as a twin bed, television, and DVD player, ensuring your comfort during your stay. Step outside to discover our named trails, ideal for hiking and wildlife spotting, or gather around the fire pit to share stories and marvel at the starry night sky. As morning breaks, venture to our unique insulated outhouse with a viewing window, adorned with amusing signs and stickers, for a truly memorable experience. Whether you seek outdoor adventure or peaceful solitude, Camp Rock promises an unforgettable U.P. escape for all who visit.
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Overview

Hidden away on the shores of Lake Superior, Marquette is one of Michigan’s best-kept secrets. Getting there is an adventure in itself — this small town lies 450 miles north of Detroit. With its evergreen forests, starry skies, and crisp, clean water, Marquette is worth the trip.

Here, you’re never far from the perfect campsite. About 2 miles north of downtown, the Marquette Tourist Park offers 110 sites with picnic tables and fire pits. Book the RV park to enjoy full hookups, or choose a rustic tent site near the Dead River. Cool off at the kid-friendly beach, or ride into town on the city bike path.

Are you looking for true Upper Peninsula wilderness? Head to the secluded Little Lake State Forest Campground. Local families love the quiet sites, calm water, and Wi-Fi connection at Van Riper State Park. Or, get off-grid with a backcountry campsite in the Hiawatha National Forest.c

Summers are warm and sunny in Marquette, creating perfect camping conditions. Stay in town, or drive down to Munising to paddle by the Pictured Rocks. Fall, with its brilliant leaves and crisp air, is one of the best times to visit. Head down to the lake during an autumn gale — you might even see surfers riding the huge waves.

In the winter, lake-effect snow blankets the Marquette area. Try ice fishing on an inland lake, or break out your cross-country skis. Tent camping is possible, but a cabin or yurt rental is more comfortable when the temperatures drop below zero. Be sure to bring warm layers; evenings are cool year-round.

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