Looking for a cozy cabin for your vacation in the Copper Country? Hallmark Hut, located only 26 miles south of Houghton, is a great location for fun and relaxation in the northwoods of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Located by the Bill Nicholls Multi-Use Trail
The Hallmark Hut offers an open concept living area with a flat screen satellite HDTV and a new full-size sofa sleeper. The kitchen has new appliances, microwave, coffee maker with complimentary coffee, and a toaster.
There is a small bedroom with a set of bunk beds and a bathroom with a shower. Complimentary shampoo, conditioner, and shower soap is available for our guests to use. Linens, towels, and paper products are furnished, but you may want to bring paper plates and napkins.
The Bill Nicholls Multi-Use Trail is right behind the Hallmark Hut so bring your machines or bikes and get ready for some fun. This trail runs from Houghton to Mass City and offers an exciting ride through the wilderness. Rental ATVs and snowmobiles are available in Atlantic Mine, just a few miles north of the cabin.
A restaurant, convenience store, and a mini-mart are nearby for gas, groceries, deli items, fishing gear, and some parts for your machines.
Winter at Hallmark Hut
The 9-hole Omer's Wyandotte Golf Course is just a few miles south of the cabin or you might like to search for agates at Misery Bay on Lake Superior for a fun outing.
Houghton and Hancock offer shopping, dining, Michigan Tech University, the Rozsa Center, and Finlandia University. Tour the Quincy Copper mine and learn how copper was mined or visit the A. J. Seaman Mineral Museum at Michigan Tech.
The Hallmark Hut is handicap accessible.
The Hallmark Hut in Twin Lakes is great spot to stop and spend a few days enjoying this beautiful area.
Photos: Hallmark Hut
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