5939-W East US-2
Phone: 906-341-2710 or Toll Free: 866-341-2710
for availability, rates, and reservations
Your Hosts are Dennis and Lindamarie
Manistique, MI is just 88 miles from the Mackinac Bridge in the Upper Peninsula.
The Holiday Motel is located on the east side of Manistique on Highway US-2. Our comfortable rooms have Color TV, HBO, High Speed Wireless Internet, Refrigerators and Microwaves, In-Room Phones with free local calls,Tub/Shower combinations, Queen Size Beds, Air Conditioning, and some No Smoking Rooms. We have three triple rooms containing 2 double beds and 1 twin bed to accommodate the whole family or a group.
The Holiday Motel offers a Free Continental Breakfast to start off your day. Enjoy our beautiful spacious grounds with a playground for children, lawn games, and hiking trails. Major credit cards accepted. Open year-round with access to snowmobile trails.
The Holiday Motel is three miles east of Manistique, near the Schoolcraft County Airport and less than a mile from the Kewadin Casino. Fine dining is within walking distance.
Manistique is on the southern edge of the Hiawatha National Forest for year round outdoor recreation.
The fall colors in this area are absolutely spectacular. Take a ride or hike through the woods to see the stunning red and orange colors mixed with the deep greens of the tall stately pines.
Snowmobile from our motel, with gas stations nearby. Our parking area is large enough for snowmobiles and trailers. Manistique has an excellent trail system which goes right through the city. Snowmobile the Hiawatha National Forest or head north to Munising, Grand Marais or east to Tahquamenon Falls and Paradise. The 114 miles of well-groomed Schoolcraft County trails connect to the over 2,500 miles of interconnecting trails crossing the Upper Peninsula.
Cross-country skiers will enjoy the groomed trails at the Seney National Wildlife Area.
Kitch-iti-kipi (the Big Spring) at Palms Book State Park by Indian Lake
The ghost town of Fayette, once one of the Upper Peninsula's most productive iron-smelting towns.
Seney National Wildlife Refuge for wildlife viewing. Travel through Seney by car, on foot, by bike or canoe (canoe and bike rentals near the refuge). Seney is also open to some fishing and hunting. Trumpeter Swans can often be seen in the Show Pools at the refuge.
The Manistique East Breakwater Light is still an active Aid to Navigation marking the entrance to the harbor.
Seul Choix Lighthouse, know locally as "The Haunted Lighthouse. Visit the rstored keepers dwelling, climb the lighthouse tower, walk through the museum, or find unique gifts in the Gift Shop.
Peninsula Point Lighthouse, one of the first lighthouses on Lake Michigan (1865)
Sand Point Lighthouse where one of the first women lighthouse keepers (1868-1886) was probably murdered.
Canoeing and fishing trips on the Sturgeon, Manistique, and Indian Rivers near Manistique or visit the Seney Refuge by canoe. Canoe and kayak rentals in Germfask.
Fishing, Hunting and Hiking Trails throughout the Hiawatha National Forest and the Seney National Wildlife Refuge
Cross Country Skiing at Seney National Wildlife Refuge and in the Hiawatha National Forest
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