Seney Wilderness Lodge on the Manistique River

7854 M-77, Germfask, MI 49836
Phone: 906-586-6601 E-mail: info@seneylodge.com

The Seney Wilderness Lodge Vacation Home is located by the Manistique River in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The lodge is located by the south entrance to the Seney National Wildlife Refuge, the ideal spot for enjoying all the Wildlife Refuge has to offer including bird watching, wildlife, fishing, bicycle and hiking trails, cross-country ski trails, and a wonderful 7 mile wildlife drive.

A 16’ boat, located at Sunset Pines Family Resort on South Manistique Lake, is included in the rental. Enjoy fishing, boating, and swimming on this large lake just west of the Seney Wilderness Lodge in the town of Curtis. Guests at the Seney Wilderness Lodge have complete access to the sandy beach, swimming area, fish cleaning facilities, and family room at the resort.  There is a dock slip at Sunset Pines included if you wish to bring your own boat.

 The Seney Wilderness Lodge has an open concept living area with comfortable furnishings, Satellite TV, and sleeper sofas for extra guests. The log and stone gas fireplace is ideal for sitting around after a day enjoying the northwoods. There is a formal dining area, a fully equipped modern kitchen with a dishwasher, and a laundry area with a washer and dryer.

The Seney Wilderness Lodge has two-bedrooms with a loft sleeping area and two bathrooms. The bedroom on the main floor is furnished with a queen-size log bed and a log dresser. The bathroom has a tub/shower combination.

The upper level loft bedroom is furnished with a king-size log bed, log dresser, and there is a private bathroom with a shower.  The additional loft sleeping alcove area has a full-size bed. There is a 7-person hot tub for relaxing after your outdoor adventures.

There is a gas grill for your outdoor cooking and a picnic table. Build a nice campfire in the fire pit for roasting hot dogs and marshmallows.

The Seney Wilderness Lodge is located on 6 acres of private land with 1,400 feet of shoreline on the Manistique River. Sit on the deck and enjoy this wonderful view and listen to the birds sing or fish in the river. A wonderful peaceful spot to enjoy your vacation.

The Seney Wilderness Lodge is centrally located for enjoying all the wonderful recreational opportunities the area has to offer. There are bicycle, hiking, and cross country ski trails in the refuge and you can ride from the door on the ATV and snowmobile trails. These trails lead all through the countryside for some exciting riding.

The Seul Choix Lighthouse, (some say it is haunted), is only a short distance from the lodge. Other places you might like to visit include Kitch-iti-kippi, Michigan’s largest spring, west of the Seney Lodge and the historic town of Fayette.

Take an interesting day trip to the sandstone cliffs of the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. You can hike on the many trails, visit waterfalls, take an excitingboat ride or kayak on Lake Superior, or visit Grand Island National Recreation Area.

Grand Marais is just a short ride north of the Lodge where you can sit on the Lake Superior sand beach, have a nice lunch, or visit Sable Falls and Log Slide.

Rates:
Weekly: Sunday to Sunday: (7 nights) $1075.00
Three-night Stays:
Thursday through Sunday: (3 nights) $675.00
Sunday through Wednesday: (3-nights) $575.00
Additional Day: $175.00
Additional Guest: $100 per week or $35 per night.
Rates are based on 6 guests. Maximum 9 guests.
Please call or e-mail for other options.
Check out time 10:00 a.m.

** Rates are subject to change without notice.

Plan now for your relaxing vacation in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan

For reservations Phone: 906-586-6601 or E-mail: info@seneylodge.com

For additional information visit our website at  www.seneylodge.com

Visit our other lodging at Sunset Pines Resort on South Manistique Lake in Curtis, Michigan

 

 

Seney National Wildlife Refuge
Seney-Germfask: Area Attractions
Exploring Seney, Michigan
Upper Peninsula Traveler Home Page

Photos: Seney Wilderness Lodge

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