Motel on Lake Superior near Marquette and Munising
Seacoast Lakeshore Resort
Lake Superior Sand Beach

4012 Highway M-28 East, Marquette, MI 49855
Phone: 906-343-6710 or 805-723-4223
Toll free reservations: 1-877-307-6710
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Enjoy the Lake Superior view and beach access at the Seacoast Lakeshore Resort while you are visiting the Upper Peninsula. Conveniently located only 15 miles east of Marquette, 10 miles west of Au Train, and 23 miles west of Munising, MI on Highway M-28.

The Seacoast Lakeshore Resort is open year round and offers lodgings providing comfortable accommodations with kitchen facilities. We offer a loft that sleeps up to 8 guests, the Bungalow Cottage sleeps 2, and we have 4 Family Suites.

seacoast@sandriver motel, upper peninsula of michigan
view of lake superior from motel

All accommodations have free Wi-Fi, TV with HBO, in room coffee, bathrooms with showers, and all new electric heat to keep you comfortable on the coldest of Upper Peninsula nights.

The family suites sleep from 1 to 7 guests, have kitchenettes that include a microwave, 2-burner stove top, coffee maker, and necessary cooking utensils and dinner ware. The suites have queen beds, futons, or Murphy beds.


Gas grills and picnic areas are provided for your convenience.

Take a walk across M-28 and you can explore 6 miles of sand beach. Enjoy swimming, kayaking, fishing, and sunsets right from the shore. Stunning views of the night sky.

An outstanding way to begin or end your day.

Seacoast sits on almost 3 acres of groomed grounds, perfect for group gatherings or reunions with plenty of room for parking your snowmobile or boat trailers.

We are on the snowmobile trail and in a major snowbelt with lake effect snow. Trails connect throughout the Upper Peninsula so get set for some great riding.

Seacoast Lakeshsore Resort is located near the mouth of the Sand River where you will find fishing, canoeing, and kayaking. Take your fishing rod and see if you get a bite or just walk by the river for an evening stroll.

motel with private lake superior beach

Seacoast Lakeshore Resort is convenient to the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore and the Grand Island Recreation Area at Munising, the Hiawatha National Forest, AuTrain Lake, the AuTrain River, and Marquette County where you will find outstanding recreational opportunities of every kind.

Recreation in the area includes Fishing in lakes and streams, Charter Fishing, Off Shore Lighthouse Tours, Canoeing and Kayaking on the AuTrain River, Sea Kayaking, Hiking, Mountain Biking on nearby trails, Hunting, Cross Country Skiing on groomed trails, Downhill Skiing at Marquette Mountain, Snowshoeing, and Snowmobiling. Snowmobile rental in AuTrain and Cross Country Skis, Snowshoes, and other equipment rentals nearby.

Motel by Lake Superior near Marquette MI

Call your hosts for your complimentary Welcome Package that includes area recreation maps, additional information on attractions and dining experiences to help you plan your fun vacation.

Discounted weekly and monthly rates available.

Seacoast Lakeside Resort is smoke free and pet free.

Phone: 906-343-6710 or 805-723-4223
Toll free reservations: 1-877-307-6710

 Visit our web site at


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