Dog-friendly cabins near Munising

Experience Michigan’s Upper Peninsula on a camping trip to scenic Munising and Lake Superior.

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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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Possum Creek Campground

5 sites · Lodging, Tents80 acres · Trowbridge Park, MI
ATTENTION: Please note the following before requesting booking: 1. County Road HD road conditions require 4-wheel drive. 2. Campers are required to sign a waiver on arrival protecting property owner of all liability related to risks associated with wilderness camping. 3. Please provide an estimated time of arrival on the morning of arrival and plan to arrive by 8:00 p.m. This is necessary in order to be available to assist campers with finding sites and other needs. Please also message if your plans have changed and you will not arrive as scheduled. Read more about the sites and property below: Site 1, The Falls Site, is limited to 2 campers who must hike approximately 1/4 mile to the site from parking. Site 2, The Garden Site, has vehicle access. This 80 acres has been family-owned for almost a century and has not been cut in that time. Many trees are mature. The southern half is home to 8 charcoal kilns which employed a community prior to ownership. The mountain is approximately 1.8 billion years old. Learn more about this land: This property has 2 tent sites at the western base of Hogback Mountain. Site 1, The Falls Site, is located on a spring fed stream. The hike from parking to tent site is 1/4 mile on a well-marked hilly path. Campers can park at the main property on County Road HD or on the Garden Road, and will need to pack supplies to their site. Site 2, The Garden Site, is 100 feet from the stream and campers can drive to and park their vehicles at the site. Site 3, Mountain View Cabin, includes an outhouse and sauna. Sites have picnic tables, fire pits, and an outhouse. Campers are responsible for removal of all other waste. The 2-foot wide stream provides water for washing, but is not considered potable, and use of filters or boiling water is recommended. These isolated sites are beautiful and rustic and nestled in the midst of the Noquemanon Trail Network (cross country skiing and mountain biking) and North Country Trails and are approximately 2 miles from Lake Superior, Harlow Lake and Dead River. 4 kayaks/paddles/life vests and a 12 foot boat are available for camper use. First come, first serve. You transport.
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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 located in Marquette Township Michigan. 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. Each cabin is hand-built of log and stone using traditional Scandinavian building tools and techniques. 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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Lonesome Loon

2 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents1 acre · K I Sawyer, MI
Nestled on the tranquil shores of a picturesque spring-fed lake, our rustic yet charming lakefront lot offers an ideal escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Whether you seek a peaceful retreat or an adventure-filled vacation, our property is designed to meet all your needs. Our spacious lakefront lot provides stunning panoramic views, direct access to the water, and a serene environment to relax and unwind. We have a cabin or RV/tent spot available. Check out both sites before booking.
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Cabin/Campers on Lake

3 sites · Lodging130 acres · Rapid River, MI
Learn more about this land: Cabin on lake with no public access. Camper/RV with large deck on same lake approximately 1200 feet away. Another camper in grassy clearing within the forest, approximately 600 feet away from lake. Owner's home is out of sight and sound 1/4 mile away.  Pasture and forest property borders 2500 feet of private lake front.  Property also borders the Hiawatha National Forest.  Great pike fishing on shallow lake with access to 10' jon boats with oars and single seat kayaks.  Life vests available. Cabin is one open room with bunk beds that sleep 4 plus a full size futon. Cooking and dish water is provided by hanging 7 gallon jug over kitchen sinks. No indoor toilets, outhouse available at all three sites. Gas cooking stove and wood burning stove/oven for heat and cooking. Battery powered electric lights. Wood burning interior stove and sauna at cabin. Campers have no interior heat. Water, box of firewood, pots and pans, and utensils provided. Bring food, ice, and drinking water. Bring charcoal and lighter fluid if you want to use small grills outside. Dogs are welcome just not on beds or futon :)
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Camp Bear Paw

1 site · Lodging240 acres · Garden, MI
Welcome to Camp Bear Paw, your off-the-grid retreat nestled on 240 acres of pristine wilderness in Michigan's picturesque Upper Peninsula! Escape the hustle and bustle of city life and immerse yourself in the tranquility of nature. Our secluded property boasts a mile-long walking path where you can encounter a variety of wildlife, providing the perfect backdrop for outdoor exploration and adventure. Adjacent to numerous 4-wheeling trails and surrounded by public land, Camp Bear Paw offers endless opportunities for outdoor enthusiasts. Relax and unwind by the campfire, complete with provided firewood, or grill up a delicious meal on the propane griddle, conveniently located on the covered porch of our main living space. Our cozy bunkhouse comfortably sleeps 4 guests, with the option for an additional 2 on the pull-out couch. For larger groups, there's ample space to set up air mattresses for extra sleeping accommodations. Explore nearby attractions such as the Hiawatha National Forest, Kitch-it-a-Kipi and Indian Lake, and Peninsula State Park. Don't forget to indulge in some delicious ice cream at Rapid River Dairy Flo! As night falls, gaze up at the star-filled sky and keep an eye out for the enchanting Northern Lights dancing above. Whether you're seeking outdoor adventure or peaceful relaxation, Camp Bear Paw offers the perfect retreat for your Upper Peninsula getaway. We can't wait to welcome you to our slice of wilderness paradise!
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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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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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Looking for a cabin camping experience near Munising, Michigan that accommodates pets? Look no further than Hipcamp. With over 25 options to choose from, including top-rated sites like Bear Tree Homestead (174 reviews), EcoXtreme Adventure Cabin (118 reviews), and Bear Lake Meets da Yellow Dog (101 reviews), you're sure to find the perfect fit for your next adventure. Average prices per night are around $79, but you can find options as low as $30. Plus, popular amenities like toilets, cooking equipment, and potable water are available, along with exciting activities such as whitewater paddling, paddling, and horseback riding.

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