Cloud Nine Lakeside Cottages at Paradise in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan

Rental cabins on Lake Superior, Paradise mi
Cloud Nine Cottages on Whitefish Bay
6720 N. M-123, Paradise, MI 49768
Phone: 906-492-3434
Your Hosts are Jim and Eve

Year Round Lakeside Cottages
only 63 miles from the Mackinac Bridge in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan

Four modern one and two bedroom housekeeping cottages with rustic charm,
overlooking beautiful Whitefish Bay, part of Lake Superior.
Easy snowmobile trail access.

All our cabins have fully stocked kitchens, stall showers in the bathrooms and a picnic table and charcoal grill right outside each cabin. Although we do not have television reception, the cabins have TV's with DVD players so you can enjoy a video from our library at the office (free of charge).

There is plenty of back yard furniture for you to find your quiet spot, relax and enjoy.

Whitefish Bay, Lake Superior


The 280 feet on Lake Superior's Whitefish Bay is great for watching the famous Paradise sunrises.

There are picnic tables, lawn furniture, Bar-B-Q grills and campfire pits.
At the end of the day, build a campfire, pull up your chairs, and enjoy a magnificent star-lit northern evening.

Cabin #1 - One Bedroom Cabin

The living room and kitchen are one room.
The separate bedroom has one queen sized bed and is perfect for a couple.

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Cabin #2 - Two bedroom cabin

This comfortable two bedroom cabin has two full sized beds in one room and 1 full sized bed in the other.
The living room and kitchen are separate rooms.

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Cabin #3 - Two Bedroom Cabin

Both bedrooms are furnished with queen-size beds.
The kitchen is a separate room. This cabin has a picture window view of the lake.

Cabin #4 - This is a two bedroom A-Frame cabin.
Because of the glass door and windows facing the lake, this cabin has the best view.
The kitchen, dinning and living room are all one open area with a cathedral ceiling.
The upstairs loft bedroom has two full sized beds. The downstairs bedroom has a queen bed.

In the winter, be prepared for snow!
The Paradise area has some of the deepest and longest lasting snow in the Upper Peninsula.
The snow starts falling early and stays on the ground until spring.

snowmobiling in paradise michigan
Jim has just finished snow-blowing.
Ready to Ride!

Snowmobiling and cross country skiing are the favorite winter sports in Paradise,
but we also have marvelous ice fishing.

For snowmobilers, the Paradise area has over 200 miles of trails, groomed seven nights a week, connecting to the over 2,500 miles of networked trails throughout the Upper Peninsula.

Cloud 9 Cottages has direct trail access so you can snowmobile right from your door.
Snowmobile to Tahquamenon Falls and see the stunning ice sculptures created by the huge falls.

Cross Country Skiers will love the Paradise trails:
The north trail is three miles long and the south trail is 1.5 miles.
There are also major cross country ski trails at Tahquamenon Falls, just outside of Paradise.
Click Here for a map of the Cross-Country Ski Trails

Cloud Nine Cottages offers year round recreational opportunities

If you are interested in birding, be sure to come during the early spring, from late March to the middle of May to see thousands of birds migrating the 17 miles to Canada for the summer.

Birders may count thousands of raptors flying near the point in a single day of migration. Whitefish Point is a natural flyway for the migrating birds, many of them arrive here and stop to feed and rest for a few hours before crossing Lake Superior. Stop at the Whitefish Point Bird Observatory for detailed information. Bring Your Camera!

Fall Color is outstanding in the Paradise Area.
Take a walk on our Haunted Trail the second weekend in October.

Attractions in the Paradise Area  

Whitefish Point Lighthouse, guarding the entrance to Whitefish Bay; Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, the only shipwreck museum devoted to the Great Lakes; Whitefish Point Bird Observatory; the breath-taking Tahquamenon Falls, one of the largest waterfalls east of the Mississippi River; The Crisp Point Lighthouse Tower on the wilderness shoreline of Lake Superior, Point Iroquois Lighthouse, the lighthouse that guided ships into the Soo Locks, and the Wild Blueberry Festival in late August.

Open Year Round

15 day notice required for deposit refund or any changes in your reservation.

We welcome Visa and MasterCard

Sorry, no pets, please

Call 906-492-3434 for reservations or additional information


Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum
Tahquamenon Falls
Whitefish Point Lighthouse
Recreation in Paradise
Snowmobiling in Paradise
Annual Blueberry Festival

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