Porcupine Lodge

1033 Michigan Avenue, White Pine, MI 49971

Phone: 1-800-865-9305 Email: linda@porcupinelodgemi.com

Year Round Nightly Lodging at the Porcupine Lodge in the Western Upper Peninsula

The Western Upper Peninsula offers exciting hiking and biking trails, fishing, canoeing, boating, ATVing, birding, wildlife watching, waterfalls, stunning fall color, as well as snowmobiling, downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and ice fishing for winter enthusiasts.

Open Year Round
Free Wi-Fi

Cable TV
Washer and Dryer
On the ATV and Snowmobile Trails

The Porcupine Lodge is a great place to stay while you enjoy this amazing area of the Upper Peninsula. The Porcupine Lodge offers 6 comfortably furnished condos that will sleep from 1 to 8 guests.

The living area in each condo has Cable TV with VCR and DVD players, 2 recliners, and a queen sofa for extra guests. The kitchen contains a stove, refrigerator, coffee maker, toaster, microwave, crock-pot, and what you need for cooking and dining.

Each condo has 2 bedrooms with a king bed in one bedroom and 2 double beds in the other bedroom. The bathroom has a tub/shower combination and a washer and dryer. Bedding, bath towels, washcloths, shampoo, soap and laundry detergent are provided for our guests. Please bring you own paper products. Each condo has large closets for your gear and plenty of trailer parking.

After a busy day exploring the area, try our new wood-burning outdoor sauna, a true northwoods experience. Then sit around the bonfire and talk about your adventures or meet new friends.

There are picnic tables and lawn furniture for relaxing and charcoal grills for your outdoor cooking. Guests will find dining, gas, a lounge, and a bowling alley nearby in White Pine.

The Porcupine Lodge is conveniently located for enjoying the attractions and recreational opportunities available in the Western Upper Peninsula. The Lodge is only 10 minutes from the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park. Pa.k. The Park is open year round with a wide variety of activities to enjoy.

There are public areas along the Lake Superior shoreline with golfing, a lighthouse tour, the historical museum, and golfing in nearby Ontonagon. There are numerous area waterfalls nearby. . don't miss majestic Bond Falls, one of the Upper Peninsula's most lovely waterfalls. Summer visitors will enjoy the public swimming beach and boat launch on Lake Gogebic only 15 minutes from the Porcupine Lodge.

Snowmobile trails lead from the door to some of the best snowmobiling in the Upper Peninsula. Ride up to Lake of the Clouds or towards the Keweenaw. Lots of great groomed trails await you. The Porcupine Mountains Ski Hills offers exciting downhill skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, and groomed cross-country ski trails. There is a chalet with fireplaces, rentals, and food service.

Rates are for up to 4 Guests

WINTER: December 1-March 31
Weekends: $115 per night.
Weekdays: $100 per night
Over 4 guests: $15 per person per night

SUMMER April 1 through November 30
Weekends: $100 per night
Weekdays: $85 per night
Over 4 guests: $15 per person per night

All children under 17 years stay free after 4 occupants
Check in: After 3 pm Eastern Time
Check Out: Before 11 am

A $125.00 deposit upon making your reservation must be paid by VISA or MasterCard only. This is non-refundable when made within the 14-day cancellation period. A $25.00 processing fee will be charged for rooms canceled prior to the l4-day cancellation period.

A room canceled 14 days prior to the arrival date will receive a full refund less the $25.00 processing fee. A room canceled within the 14-day cancellation period will not be refunded the $125 deposit

All balances due and payable upon registration.
We accept VISA or MasterCard. No personal checks are accepted

Sorry, No Pets

For Reservations call 800-865-9305 or Email: linda@porcupinelodgemi.com

Visit our website at www.porcupinelodgemi.com for additional information

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