This once busy lumber town is now a
four season recreational playground.
Food and Lodging, Motels, Cabins, Cottages, Inns, and other Businesses in Big Bay. MI
Big Bay Depot Lodge is located on Lake Independence, 23 miles north of Marquette, MI. The Historic Big Bay Depot, the original train station, houses 5 suites with a bedroom, sitting area, and kitchen. Great outdoor recreation in the area. On the ATV and snowmobile trail. Pets Welcome. Highway 550, Big Bay, Michigan 49808. Phone 906-345-9350.
Big Bay Lakeside Cottage, Big Bay, MI 49808. Phone 248-760-8560. Three bedroom rental cabin on the north side of Lake Independence. Sandy beach. Color TV & VCR. Deck and grill for cookouts. Small dock.
Mountain View Lodge on the shores of Lake Independence has 4 bedrooms (2 bedrooms have a gas fireplace) with 2 bathrooms. Newly remodeled, the lodge has an open concept living area with a wood-burning fireplace and a complete kitchen with a dishwasher. Lake Independence is ideal for boating, fishing, and water sports. Enclosed sun porch for relaxing. Washer and dryer. Wonderful southern exposure offers an awesome view of the lake, sunrises, and the Huron Mountains. Sandy bottomed beach is shallow for the kids. Mountain View Lodge, W3737 KCB Road Big Bay, MI 49808. Phone: 262-424-1793
Thunder Bay Inn and Restaurant is located in Big Bay, Michigan 25 miles north of Marquette. The Historic Country Inn has 12 comfortable guest rooms furnished with antique and period-style furniture and a family friendly restaurant serving lunch and dinner daily. Enjoy a selection of sandwiches, soups, salads, appetizers, homemade pizzas, and dinner selections including Black Angus Prime Rib on Saturday. The Historic Thunder Bay Inn was once the Ford Hotel, the film location of “Anatomy of a Murder”. On the ATV and snowmobile trail. Phone: 906-345-9220
Tranquility Haven on Lake Superior in Big Bay, MI offers a variety of deluxe accommodations on beautiful Squaw Beach. Accommodations include the Fantasy Beach House that sleeps up to 14 guests, Bay View Cabin that sleeps up to 8 guests, and Bay View Suite for 4 guests. All accommodations have separate entrances with full kitchens and an outstanding view of Lake Superior, but can be combined for a larger group. Phone: 262-424-1793.
REAL ESTATE for Marquette
Northern Michigan Land Brokers offers property in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Our office is located in Marquette but we feature a wide variety of waterfront, recreational, preservation, hunting tracks, and commercial properties, as well as cabins, cottages, and residential homes throughout the Upper Peninsula. We are a buyer-seller agency. Contact one of our knowledgeable agents to find that property you have always desired. Northern Michigan Land Brokers, 2552 US 41 West, Suite 100, Marquette, MI 49855. Phone: 906-225-5263.
Marquette Power Sports is a full service dealer offering sales, certified service, and parts in the central Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Sales of boats, pontoons, motors, ATV's, UTV's, snowmobiles, and motorcycles. Large rental fleet of snowmobiles. Delivery available to Big Bay. New Location at 241 U. S. 41 East, Negaunee, MI 49866. Phone: 906-228-4040.
Sailing Cruise on Lake Superior, Marquette, MI. Superior Odyssey offers a variety of sailing adventures from a 2 hour local sail around Marquette to a two-day trip to the Pictured Rocks or the Huron Islands. Sail on the Historic 6 passenger Schooner Coaster II on majestic Lake Superior. The 58' Coaster II has sailed the oceans and offers a safe sail with a competent crew. Custom trips available for special events. Located at the Lower Harbor in Marquette. Phone: 906-361-3668
Superior Odyssey Ship's Store features mugs, T-Shirts, Hoodies, Knot Work, and Bear Pond Woodscraft created by Captain Niko Economides. Custom Woodwork includes Hand Carved Dove Tail Chests, Wall Cabinets, Sculptures, Furniture, plus much more. Stop by the Coaster II docked the Marquette Lower Harbor or Phone 906-361-3668
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