Seney, MI Businesses
Located at the intersection of M-77 and M-28 in the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Seney is approximately 75 miles from the bridge, 25 miles south of Grand Marais, and 7 miles north of the Seney National Wildlife Refuge.
Motels, Cabins, Cottages, Vacation Homes, Lodges, Campgrounds, and Other Businesses
Cranberry Cove Rental: Attractive house with loft, located on pristine, 11 acre private lake. Fish from dock or boat. House is fully equipped, fireplace in great room, paddleboat, large wood deck, porch swing, and springfed lake included for a truly memorable experience. 16 miles north of Seney. For information and reservations, phone (734) 259-0640 or (248) 596-9625
Lazy Cedars Log Cabin is located on Camp 23 Road, a few miles south of the Seney National Wildlife Refuge on 30 acres of private land. The log cabin has one bedroom with a loft and will sleep up to 8 guests. Wood-burning fireplace. Easy access to ATV and snowmobile trails. Enjoy cross-country ski trails at the Seney Refuge. Near the Manistique River for fishing, and canoeing. Camp 23 Road, Blaney Park, MI 49836. Phone 517-499-6605
Seney Wilderness Lodge is a 3-bedroom vacation home located on the Manistique River by the south entrance to the Seney National Wildlife Refuge in Germfask, Michigan. This outstanding log lodge is situated on 6 acres of land with 1,400 feet of waterfront on the Manistique River. The lodge has a fireplace, central AC, modern kitchen with a dishwasher, and a washer and dryer. Relax on the deck overlooking the river. Rental includes a 16' boat on South Manistique Lake. Seney Wilderness Lodge, 7854 M-77, Germfask, MI 49836. Phone: 906-586-6601
Manistique River: Map and Information for Canoeing, Kayaking, Fishing, & Camping. Canoe the Seney National Wildlife Refuge. Map of the River. The Manistique River is over 60 miles long and runs from Manistique Lake at Curtis to the town of Manistique with rustic campgrounds along the way.
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