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Cabin rentals in Upper Peninsula of Michigan

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Bayview Cabin

A cozy 3 bedroom cabin on Lake Alice. The place has patio, firepit, grill, picnic table, kayaks and paddle boat. It is also equipped with TV, DVD player, microwave oven, coffee maker , gas stove and refrigerator for your convenience. Lake Alice has great fishing and home to nice Largemouth, Walleye, Muskie, Northern and Panfish. We love spending time at our cabin and being on the lake. We would like to share this experience if we are not using it. Come on out and enjoy a lakefront getaway!

$145 per night
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  2. Pelkie
Peaceful lakefront cabin with sauna, fenced yard

Lake Superior front cabin with large fenced yard, 2 main floor bedrooms and spacious bedroom loft, wood fired sauna. Easy access off US41 between Baraga and Chassell in Michigan's beautiful Upper Peninsula. Full kitchen, full bath with tub/shower, washer and dryer and wood fireplace. A little piece of tranquil heaven on the greatest Great Lake! Dogs are very welcome! Cleaning fee: $50, extra $25 for more than 4 people, extra $25 for dogs, please pay directly at the property or through the app.

$195 per night
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Fernside Aframe: Private River Front, Hidden Gem

Fernside is a lovingly constructed A-Frame, which rests on the banks of the Sturgeon River, in the charming town of Indian River, Michigan. Nestled in a blanket of trees, it blends both seclusion and companionship. As dawn turns to daybreak, there’s nothing more pleasant than being drawn from slumber by the sun light springing through open windows and the sound of gushing water echoing through each surface of the property. In my estimation, there is no more serene place on earth than Fernside.

$296 per night

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Lakefront cabin rentals in Upper Peninsula of Michigan

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  2. Torch Lake Township
Cozy Lakefront Cabin on Keweenaw Peninsula
$146 per night
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  2. Copper Harbor
The Garden Cabin on Lake Fanny Hooe~Open All Year~
$204 per night
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  2. Stephenson
CEDAR CABIN on the BAY located on the beach at Green Bay! (Lake Michigan)
$199 per night
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  2. Wawa
Lake Superior Beach House
$149 per night
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  2. Copper Harbor
Absolute Serenity, cozy log cabin on the water
$284 per night
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  2. Au Train
Secluded Log Cabin on beach of Lk Superior! RELAX
$330 per night
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  2. Hancock Township
Beautiful sunsets on Lake Superior - cabin
$149 per night
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  2. Indian River
The River's Edge Riverfront Cabin with Hot Tub
$199 per night
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  2. Au Train
Lakeside on AuTrain Lk! Screened Porch & views!
$203 per night
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  2. Grand Marais
Cabin #6 on Lake Superior
$195 per night
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  2. Drummond
Deluxe Log Home Offers Privacy on Drummond Island.
$275 per night
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  2. Ellison Bay
Unique architect-designed home on waterfront bluff
$443 per night

Upper Peninsula of Michigan fishing cabin rentals

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Agua Norte Cabin: Lake Superior View With Sauna
$253 per night
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  2. Paradise
Paradise View
$300 per night
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  2. De Tour Village
Rustic De Tour Village Cabin w/Deck on Lake Huron!
$122 per night
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  2. Grand Marais
Always Grace is a uniquely beautiful home on the shores of Lake Superior near Grand Marais, MN
$579 per night
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The Lily Pad
$179 per night
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  2. Goulais River
Harmony Beach House Retreat
$98 per night
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  2. Paradise
GITCHE GUMEE CHALET in Paradise, MI: Near Tahquamenon Falls!
$192 per night
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  2. Park Falls
Loon's Nest Retreat
$240 per night
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  2. L'Anse
Northern Light
$200 per night
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  2. Indian River
Midcentury log cabin on the Sturgeon River
$214 per night
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  2. Sister Bay
Stunning Sister Bay Home 4 Miles to Lake + Beach!
$367 per night
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  2. Alanson
Bear Cabin, Waterfront, Hot Tub, Peaceful Setting
$714 per night

Cottage rentals in Upper Peninsula of Michigan

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  2. Eagle Harbor Township
Eagle Harbor Cottage on the Hill-SEASONAL
$96 per night
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  2. Northport
Juniper Cottage on the Bay
$131 per night
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  2. Ontonagon
Lake Superior Cottage
$175 per night
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  2. Curtis
Lake House, at Lil Haven Resort
$215 per night
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  2. Rock
✤ River Retreat ✤
$196 per night
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  2. Marenisco
Whitley House
$86 per night
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  2. Havilland
Lake Superior Beach House
$156 per night
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  2. Bergland
Fin-N-Feather Shore Lake Front Cottage Experience.
$125 per night
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  2. Alpena
Dawn's View
$183 per night
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  2. Fish Creek
Little Yellow Cottage - Downtown Fish Creek with POOL/Kayaks/Bikes
$188 per night
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  2. Charlevoix
Come see the most beautiful area outside your door
$146 per night
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  2. Alpena
Long Lake Cottage
$105 per night

Your guide to Upper Peninsula of Michigan

All About Upper Peninsula of Michigan

The Upper Peninsula can feel a little like the Wild West of the Midwest: scenic, rugged, remote, a place that takes determination to live in year-round and inspires awe in visitors. The 300-mile-long peninsula, whose triangular shape is framed by Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, and Lake Huron, is one of those regions that rewards long stays and excursions outdoors — both the warm-weather kind (hunting, hiking) and winter sports. From the Porcupine Mountains, near the Wisconsin border, to Sault Ste. Marie just over the water from Canada, the UP promises rocky coastlines, lush waterfalls, and old-growth forests. The 300,000 Yoopers who live here year-round extend a good-natured Midwestern welcome to those traveling through.


How do I get around Upper Peninsula of Michigan?

Major airlines operate several flights a day from major Midwestern cities to Sawyer International Airport (MQT), located just outside Marquette. You can also fly into Traverse City, in the lower peninsula, or Green Bay, Wisconsin, both two to three hours away. Given the long distances between towns, not to mention the plethora of outdoor activities, driving is the best way to explore the region. Half a dozen car rental companies operate out of Sawyer Airport. But if you aren’t bringing a car, Greyhound and Indian Trails both operate bus routes that traverse the peninsula and connect it to major cities.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Upper Peninsula of Michigan?

Located to the north of Wisconsin, with boundaries defined by two Great Lakes, the Upper Peninsula is no tropical destination. After a glorious, crisp fall, the snow begins falling in October and doesn't stop for six months. Don’t stint on packing winter wear, good boots, and possibly snowshoes in case you have car trouble. Spring rushes through the region in April and May, then yields to a glorious few months from June through August, where the temperatures hang in the 70s Fahrenheit and occasionally slip higher. Bring shorts and swimwear for the daytime, and light long-sleeve shirts and pants for the evening — black flies and mosquitos can be a nuisance.


What are the top things to do in Upper Peninsula of Michigan?

Tahquamenon Falls State Park

This 50,000-acre state park in the east of the UP is densely covered in trees and home to one of the largest waterfalls in the United States, with a spectacular 50-foot drop. A four-mile hike through maples and beeches brings you to a second set of cascades; the park makes off-road track chairs available for wheelchair users to explore both falls.

Sault Ste. Marie

When the Soo Locks connecting Lakes Superior and Huron opened in 1855, wealth and industry came to the Upper Midwest. It’s still hypnotic to watch the massive ships traveling between the Atlantic and Minnesota rise and descend. The town itself is a pleasure to meander around, too, with a lively dining and arts scene.

Marquette

Marquette, the largest city on the peninsula, combines the charm of a college town with unparalleled access to Lake Superior and the surrounding wildlife. Miles of mountain bike trails wind around the outskirts of the city. The Marquette Maritime Museum and the Marquette Harbor Lighthouse, open during the summer months, display the fascinating history of sea travel on the world’s biggest freshwater lake.

Keweenaw Peninsula

Old mining towns dot this remote peninsula-on-a-peninsula in the western third of the region; the Cornish pasties miners introduced to Michigan are the most obvious remnant of the once-thriving industry. The town of Copper Harbor is a good base for your explorations, whether they include staying on the shore to see the Northern Lights or hiking the trails of Fort Wilkins Historic State Park.