Trout Lake is in the far eastern Upper
Peninsula just 30 miles from the bridge
A Four Season Recreational Area
Barnyard on Trout Lake. Two Bedroom rental cabin on the shores of Trout Lake, only 35 minutes from the Bridge. Enjoy fishing, swimming, and relaxing by the water. Beach area has a sandy bottom that is shallow for the kids. Row boat. Complete kitchen, washer & dryer, and a living area with a pellet stove for those cool evenings. On the snowmobile and ATV trail. The Barnyard on Trout Lake, 22215 Agulium Road, Trout Lake, MI 49793. Phone: 906-569-3821
GarLyn Farm ZOOlogical Park, US 2, 6 miles East of Naubinway, across from beautiful Lake Michigan. 906-477-1085 The Upper Peninsula's Largest Collection of Live Animals. See the Bears, deer, and a variety of wonderful animals. Exhibits are in a park-like setting. Bring your camera and your kids and enjoy Garlyn Zoo.
Trout Lake Resort, 22477 O. J. Miller Road, Trout Lake, MI 49793. Phone: 906-569-3810. Four 1 and 2 bedroom housekeeping cabins and one large unit that sleeps 9 on the shores of Trout Lake. Full kitchen with microwave. Linens provided. Swimming beach and great fishing. Row boat. Open year round. Nightly rentals. Pet friendly. On the snowmobile and ATV Trails.
Trout Lake Township Park offers a boat launch, camp sites, picnic areas, a ball diamond and ATV trails. The park has 83 camp sites, 60 with electric, a few on the lakefront. Camping area has a shower house, dump station, and bathrooms. Open May 15 to Oct 15. No electricity or water after October 15th. Phone 906-569-3299.
Snowmobile & ATV Rentals at Sno Shu Inn, in Hulbert, MI, just north of Highway M-28
Lodging in Raco, MI on Highway M-28, 11 miles north of Trout Lake and 15 miles east of the M-123 & M-28 Junction: s on
Lodging in Hulbert, MI, 11 miles north of Trout Lake and about 5 miles west of the M-123 & M-28 junction
Boat, Snowmobile, & ATV Rentals at the Fish and Hunt Shop in Curtis.
Photo of Trout Lake by The Barnyard
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