Stay in a viking-style, super HYGGEcabin right next to Lake Superior! 8 miles east of Marquette, and 28-miles west of Munising, this 12x12 foot cabin with loft is perfectly located for all-season adventures for two. The cabin is locatedrightnext to a wooded campground that is open from May through October, so depending on the time of year, there is more or less action around
Stay in a viking-style, super HYGGE cabin right next to Lake Superior! 8 miles east of Marquette, and 28-miles west of Munising, this 12x12 foot cabin with loft is perfectly located for all-season adventures for two. The cabin is located right next to a wooded campground that is open from May through October, so depending on the time of year, there is more or less action around the cabin.
There is a loft with a full-sized bed that comfortably sleeps two, and is perfect for anyone, from the mellow to the adventurous, all four seasons. The cabin is equipped with air-conditioning and a wood stove, which we provide plenty of wood for. Come for all that Marquette and Munising have to offer: Pictured Rocks, waterfalls, hiking, kayaking, skiing, mountain/snow biking, snowshoeing, fall colors, & Northern Lights.
During the campground's open season, you have access to the restrooms and showers which are right near the cabin (about 50 steps), for NO additional fees at all. The other option is using the heated bathroom (with toilet, shower, and sauna)of a large lodge that you can walk or drive or snowshoe or ski to (about 300 steps away). Note that is a chance you MIGHT be sharing that bathroom with a couple of other guests, if our school bus rental is booked and IF they are opting to use it.
- Check in: After 3PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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
There is a pond towards the back of the property that you can fish in, and Lake LeVasseur is very close by, too.
The North County Trial is literally right in the back of the property, and Marquette has tons of beautiful trails and waterfall...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
Fat-tire/snow biking is HUGE in Marquette, so there are designated trails for it. Also, there are groomed xc-ski trails right n...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 Viking Cabin at Dragonfly Dunes in Michigan.
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We had a wonderful time at the Viking Cabin! Everything about the cabin was ever better than we expected. The cabin was super cozy, warm, and relaxing, and it made it really hard to leave and enjoy all of the fun things that the UP has to offer. Jamie and Ray are great hosts and made our winter getaway to the UP one to remember!
Cozy cabin with amenities
We stayed in the Viking Cabin over Memorial Day weekend. It wasn't crowded and most of the time we felt like we had the entire campground to ourselves. We really appreciated how close the showers (5 private stalls) and flush toilets were in proximity to the cabin. Jamie was very accommodating. We were spoiled, upon receiving a text message she sent someone over to deliver more fire wood within minutes. We rearranged the first floor furniture to fit a twin size blow up mattress. There is a beach across the street. We regret not having a beachside fire. We had planned to do it on the last day but the temperature dropped too low.