Hiawatha Resort and Midway Country Store
Your hosts: Pat and Myra Skorupski
Rental Cabins on Blue Lake in the Hiawatha National
Our cottages, nestled in the woods, have generous sized living areas with sofas, easy chairs and reading lamps. Cabins have satellite TV, some with dish network and others with direct TV. Each cottage has a fully equipped kitchen with a coffee maker and toaster. They have gas heaters and are fully furnished except for kitchen and bath towels. Each cabin has a picnic table, grill, and campfire pit for evening campfires. No maid service is provided during your stay.
SPRUCE AND MAPLE: one room efficiencies. Each has a double bed and a bunk, full bath with shower, screened porch.
BIRCH: 2 Bedrooms, each with a double bed, full bath with shower.
CEDAR: A 12x70 mobile home, 2 Bedrooms, each with a double bed, full bath with shower and tub. This home is non-smoking.
HEMLOCK: 2 bedrooms, each with a double bed and a bunk, full bath with shower.
FIR: One bedroom with 2 double beds, full bath with shower, screened porch.
PINE: 2 bedrooms with double beds, 1 dorm room with 3 double beds, full bath with tub and shower, screened porch.
Boat and Canoe Rentals; . . Coin laundry open May-October.; . . Heated workroom for snowmobile repairs; . . small engine service and repair welding; . . . Horseshoe pits and croquet
The Country Store offers groceries, snacks, beverages, firewood, ice, bait, tackle, and gas. The store has a deli with fresh meats and cheeses and serves blue ribbon award winning pasties.
There is an eating area in the store where you might enjoy some homemade soups, burgers and fries, chicken nuggets, a variety of appetisers and several other menu items.
The resort is on Blue Lake, a large, shallow lake with a marshy shoreline . . . great for canoeing, photography and wildlife watching. Beaver, otter, mink, muskrat, sandhill cranes, geese, ducks and herons make their home here. There are no speedboats or jet skis to disrupt the tranquility. Canoes are available free for your use in Blue Lake.
Snowy Creek flows from Blue Lake to a chain of lakes . . . Skeels, Corner, Deep, Straits and on into the Indian River. The chain offers good boating, swimming, and fishing.
Scores of other nearby lakes offer trout, bass, pike, walleye and pan fishing. We'll help you decide on which lake you'd like for us to put your fishing boat . . . free with a week's cottage rental. A fish cleaning house is available and we'll gladly freeze your catch.
The forest offers choice deer, bear, small game, waterfowl and wild turkey hunting. Hundreds of miles of groomed snowmobile trails and logging roads start at your door. No Fences! Hiking and nordic ski trails and sandy swimming beaches are only moments away. Alger county boasts over a dozen waterfalls, glorious in Sumner, breathtaking in winter. We're 1/2 hour from Munising Bay with its unequaled scuba diving and fishing.
Centrally located in Michigan's Upper Peninsula between Lake Superior and Lake Michigan, it is an easy drive to Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, Glass Bottom Boat Tours of the shipwrecks in Munising Bay, Seney Wildlife Refuge, Big Springs, the famous Siphon Bridge, Historic Fayette Townsite, and Tahquamenon Falls.
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