Tiny home living in completely renovated school bus! The bus is located 8 miles east of Marquette and 28 miles west of Munising. In a beautiful redpine and sand dune topography, the land the bus is situated on overlooks a pond and is across the street from a public sand beach of Lake Superior. It comfortably sleeps two adults and a child, and is perfect for anyone, from the
Tiny home living in completely renovated school bus! The bus is located 8 miles east of Marquette and 28 miles west of Munising. In a beautiful redpine and sand dune topography, the land the bus is situated on overlooks a pond and is across the street from a public sand beach of Lake Superior. It comfortably sleeps two adults and a child, and is perfect for anyone, from the mellow to the adventurous, all four seasons. Come for all that Marquette and Munising have to offer: Pictured Rocks, waterfalls, hiking, kayaking, skiing, mountain/snow biking, fall colors, & Northern Lights.
The bus is equipped with air-conditioning as well as two heaters, for year-round enjoyment. There is a pull-out queen-sized bed and a single. While there is no running water, there is a full kitchen (small fridge/cooktop, griddle & coffee maker) with a sink to a simple grey-water plumbing system. We provide you with 15 gallons of fresh, artesian spring water in easy to use containers, and we can always bring you more water, if you need it.
The bus is located next to a seasonal campground, so you can also use the restrooms/showers there, too, if they are open, for no additional fees. If you want the full "tiny home" effect, though, the bus has a bathroom with a bucket toilet (similar to a Loveable Loo) and a small tub with an on-demand water heater with a shower adapter and drain.
I will send a document of full directions about all the School Bus Living tips and tricks once you've booked, so that you can have all the details ahead of time and so that your stay is even more enjoyable!
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
There is a trail that leads all the way into Marquette, along the old railroad grade. Also, the North Country Trail is in our b...Read more
There is a paddle boat and two kayaks available for your use in the pond, and we are also very close to boat launches for the ...Read more
Your campsite overlooks a pond that you can fish in, and Lake LeVasseur is very close by, too.
The North County Trial is literally right in the backyard, and Marquette has tons of beautiful trails and waterfalls. We are al...Read more
We have two kayaks you can use (just let us know ahead time, to reserve them), either in our pond or one of the many other plac...Read more
A Lake Superior beach is right across the street from the property, and there are two very popular places in Marquette where pe...Read more
Beautiful public, sand beach of Lake Superior right across the street that's perfect for swimming (if you can handle Yooper tem...Read more
Everything from birds of all kinds (especially pileated woodpeckers and sandhill cranes) to frogs of all kinds (they sound AMA...Read more
Natural features you'll find at School Bus Livin' by Lake Superior! in Michigan.
Right on the other side of M-28 from us is a 1/2 mile long, glorious public access sand beach (that very few people use!). Grea...Read more
Tall red pine forest and low blueberry bushes surrounds you in this rolling sand dune and dragonfly topography.
A public, sand Lake Superior beach is right on the other side of M-28!
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
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).
We spent two nights on the bus and loved it! We were given permission to bring our two young kiddos (2 and 5), and it was a little tight for all of us, but we knew that going into it and wasn't a problem. The kitchenette is pretty well stocked for as small as it is, the bathroom was a step up from the camping we had been doing. It was definitely a memorable experience, and would love to come back again without the kids sometime (although they would not be happy to know we went without them! Lol).
My partner and I had an amazing time at Dragonfly Dunes. We had just completed 50 mile, 3-day hike in the Pictured Rocks so Jamie's cute bus was the perfect respite for us. I would definitely recommend this place to anyone who wants a clean, well kept, private, and relaxing stay out of the ordinary.
Our favorite parts were the fire ring with unlimited wood, the outdoor seating, pond views, and the wood interior of the bus.
Do note that you have to do a little work when it comes to showering and using the bathroom but I think it is well worth the trouble.
Cute and cozy
My family and I had a wonderful time staying in the bus! It was comfortable and cozy. I was a little nervous about it being close to the highway noise but we could barely hear it! The kids loved the dunes and the paddle boat was fun as well. Would recommend 👍🏻