The Eagle Lodge and Lakeside
Cabins are located on the northern point of the Keweenaw
on the shore of mighty Lake Superior.
Proprietor: Liz Johnson
Seasonal: Open May through
October with outstanding northern style
Wireless Internet Access at Lodge
The Eagle Lodge and Lakeside Cabins are between
Harbor and Eagle
Harbor in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan
Eagle Lodge is just 3 miles from Copper Harbor and 10 miles
from Eagle Harbor.
Nestled in a wooded area on the shore of Lake
Superior, all nine cabins have a good view of the water.
This resort is located on the shore of Lake Superior, not in
a harbor or cove. You can see 50 miles from east to west
with absolutely nothing in the way.
- There are 9 one, two, and three bedroom
8 cabins have a kitchen with a full size stove,
refrigerator, toaster, coffee maker, dishes and cooking
One cabin does not have a full kitchen but does have a
small fridge, microwave, coffee maker, and a toaster.
- * Three bedroom large log cabin on the shoreline
with a wood-burning fireplace.
- * Two 2 deluxe two bedroom Northwood style cabins
with all season rooms and gas log fireplaces.
* Two standard two bedroom Northwoods style
* One deluxe one bedroom Northwoods style cabin
with all season room and gas log fireplace
- * Three standard one bedroom Northwoods style
All our cabins have double beds, fully equipped
kitchens, a charcoal grill, and Satellite TV. Linens are furnished for our guests.
Picnic tables are located on the grounds. All the cabins
have a lake view and are near the water. The beach is a
great place for hunting agates. You can find many books and games in the lodge to take back to your cabin.
Deluxe Two Bedroom Cabin
Make your reservations early. Cabins may be rented
nightly if available. Two-three day reservations
Relax in front of the fire and enjoy the
wonderful view of Lake Superior
The location of the Eagle Lodge and Lakeside Cabins is
an important attraction. Park your car and stroll over to
the Lookout Area next to the log cabin, sit down in one of
the chairs and breathe deeply. You are enjoying a sight that
few people see.
Lake Superior may be calm and quiet, raging mad,
filled with heavy waves or creating ice sculptures for your
Whatever the season, you will be stunned by the
beauty. During the shipping season, you can sit at the point
and watch the huge freighters traveling to or from Duluth,
Canada or the Soo Locks. You will often see breathtaking
sunsets and Northern Lights.
This area of the Keweenaw
Peninsula is filled with recreational
Lake Superior and the inland lakes have
excellent fishing, swimming, and water skiing. Public docks,
boat, canoe and kayak rentals, and charters are available
nearby. Scuba lessons and guided dives to shipwrecks are
available in Copper Harbor. Fish Lake Superior or the many
nearby lakes and streams. Rock hunt on the miles of sandy
agate beaches. Visit the quaint town of Copper Harbor, the
Harbor Lighthouse Complex with 3 museums,
Wilkins which was built in 1844 to unnecessarily
protect the copper miners from the threat of indians, or see
the ghost towns of
Mandan and Central.
From mid-September through the first week in October, the
fall colorama takes place. The Upper Peninsula is well known
for a brilliant display of colors, and the high point of the
the entire area is the northern Keweenaw Peninsula. The
dazzling bright and deep reds, mixed with the green pines
and the bright yellows of the softwoods, creates a stunning
show. Bring your camera and make reservations as early as
possible for this season.
Pets welcome with prior
Small additional charge
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