Manistique MI Lodging & Businesses


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Manistique is just 88 miles west of the Mackinac Bridge on Lake Michigan in the Upper Peninsula.

 Lodging: Motels, Cabins, Cottages, Lodges,Campgrounds,
Real Estate, and other Businesses in Manistique, MI and the surrounding area

Lodging in Manistique:

Gray Wolf Lodge, 6770W US Highway 2, Manistique, MI 49854. Phone: 906-341-2410. Indoor heated swimming pool, spa, and game room. 40 comfortable air-conditioned units, all with a view of Lake Michigan. In-room high-speed internet service, cable TV, direct dial phones, coffee makers, and hair dryers. Located two miles east of Manistique with a private beach on Lake Michigan. Directly on snowmobile trail.

Star Motel, 1142 East Lakeshore Drive (East Highway US-2) Manistique, Ml 49854. Phone 906-341-5363. Located about 1-1/4 miles east of Manistique on the shore of Lake Michigan with direct access to the lake. Spacious rooms with tub/shower combination, phones., and a nice view of the lake from the rear window of your room. Color cable TV. Wireless internet access. Reasonable rates. Access to snowmobile trails. Coffee in rooms. Open year round. MasterCard and VISA cards honored. Pets accepted.

Lodging by Thunder Lake
Whispering Pines Resort offers 5 rental cabins on the shores of Thunder Lake surrounded by the Hiawatha National Forest.  Cabins have 2 bedrooms with a wood-burning fireplace in one cabin. Wi-Fi. Satellite TV. Direct trail access to ATV and snowmobile trails. Great spot for year round outdoor fun or just relaxing and enjoying the beautiful setting on Thunder Lake. Nightly or weekly rentals. Pet Friendly 11639 W Ramsdam Road, Manistique, Mi 49854. Phone: 906-573-2480.

Lodging in Gulliver, Blaney Park, Seney, and Germfask, east of Manistique and near the Seney Refuge and the Seul Choix Lighthouse:

Lazy Cedars Log Cabin near the Seney National Wildlife Refuge. Located 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 2-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 in cludes a 16' boat on South Manistique Lake. Seney Wilderness Lodge, 7854 M-77, Germfask, MI 49836. Phone: 906-586-6601

Lodging west of Manistique including Indian Lake, Garden Corners, Nahma, and the Hiawatha National Forest:
Big Bay Getaway Motel, Highway US 2, Cooks MI 49817. Phone 906-644-2893. All rooms have view of Big Bay de Noc. Sandy Lake Michigan beach and swimming area. Near Fayette. On the snowmobile and ATV trails. Plenty of parking for trailers. Good fishing and hunting. Open year round.

Jack Pine Lodge, Bar and Grill. Cabins, and Campground is located 20 minutes northwest of Manistique in the Hiawatha National Forest. Campground offers 27 sites with electric and water hook-ups, new shower house, and designated horse sites. Six 1-3 bedroom cabins. Wi-Fi. On the ORV and Snowmobile trail. Gas available. Restaurant and Lounge open daily at noon. Jack Pine Lodge, 5350N State HWY M-94?, Manistique, MI 49854. Phone: (906) 573- 2414

Kenbuck Resort, 14844 LL Road, Wetmore, MI 49895. Phone (906) 573-2237. Kenbuck is a great sportsman's resort with 5 housekeeping cabins. These secluded cabins are deep in the Hiawatha National Forest, 100 lakes within 10 miles of the cabins, outstanding fishing and hunting, real snowmobiling and snowshoeing. Close to the Pine Marten Run, 10 miles north of Manistique.


  • Jack Pine Campground is located 25 minutes southeast of Munising in the Hiawatha National Forest. Campground offers 27 sites with electric and water hook-ups, new shower house, and designated horse sites. Six 1-3 bedroom cabins. Wi-Fi. On the ORV and Snowmobile trail. Gas available. Restaurant and Lounge open daily at noon. Jack Pine Lodge, 5350N State HWY M-94?, Manistique, MI 49854. Phone: (906) 573-2414

The Markell Company: Roofing: Commercial & Residential; Custom Sheet Metal Fabrication; Commercial Heating, Ventilation, & Air Conditioning; Commercial Kitchen Hoods; Dust and Fume Exhaust Systems; and Brick Restoration & Waterproofing for the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and Northern Wisconsin at The Markell Company, 1227 S. Milwaukee Avenue, Iron Mountain, MI. Phone (906) 774-0240 or Toll Free: 1-888-799-0240.

Food and Beverages
Jack Pine Lodge, Bar and Grill. Open daily at noon. Jack Pine Lodge, 5350N State HWY M-94?, Manistique, MI 49854. Phone: (906) 573-2414

Real Estate:
Coldwell Banker Grover Real Estate is ideally located at 771 E Lakeshore Drive on Highway US-2, 1 mile east of the Manistique River Bridge, Manistique Michigan, 49854 in the heart of the central Upper Peninsula. Phone; 906-341-2131. We offer our customers a wide variety of real estate opportunities, including waterfront homes, as well as vacant waterfront on lakes, rivers, and streams. If you are looking for a second home or cottage, chances are we have just what you want. In addition we list many city homes and rural home, along with vacant building sites and commercial property. You'll also find a great selection of hunting acreage, rustic cabins, and other properties for snowmobiling, camping, and fishing. To see detailed information visit our website.

Northern Michigan Land Brokers offers property in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Our office is located in Marquette but we feature a wide variety of waterfront, recreational, preservation, hunting tracks, and commercial properties, as well as cabins, cottages, and residential homes throughout the Upper Peninsula. We are a buyer-seller agency.  Contact one of our knowledgeable agents to find that property you have always desired. Northern Michigan Land Brokers, 2552 US 41 West, Suite 100, Marquette, MI 49855. Phone: 906-225-5263.


GarLyn Zoo Wildlife Park, About 40 minutes east of Manistique on US 2. Visit the Garlyn Zoo and see Live Cougar, Bear, Wolf, River Otter, Camel, Reindeer and more. View the animals up close as they come to the front of their habitats to see you. Purchase grain to feed the camel, goats, llama, deer and even the bear! Natural setting. Gift Shop. Kids love it !!! Fun and Educational !!! P.O.Box 245 Naubinway, MI. 49762. Phone 906-477-1085

Seul Choix Lighthouse, 672 N. West Gulliver Lake Road, Gulliver, MI 49840. Phone: 906-283-3183, is known locally as the Haunted Lighthouse and is just a few miles east of Manistique. Seul Choix Point marks a tiny harbor located on the north shore of Lake Michigan. This harbor was the last stop for refuge before coming to the Straits of Mackinac, some sixty miles to the west. The Lighthouse, Museum and Gift Shop are open from Memorial Day through mid-October, seven days a week, from 10 am to 6 pm. The Gift Shop offers unique lighthouse inspired gifts, books, and nautical items.

The Village Artisans of Garden is a delightful Art Gallery filled with fine arts and crafts created by Upper Peninsula Artists. Enjoy the beautiful paintings, photography, pottery, weaving, jewelry, fabrics, metal creations, wood turning, baskets, glass blowing, stained glass, home made jams, interesting books, plus much more. The Garden Art Gallery is open daily from Mid-May through Mid-October. Located between Escanaba and Manistique, 8 miles south of US-2. Turn south at Garden Corners on Highway M-183 to the town of Garden, Michigan. Phone 906-644-2025


For Additional Things to See and Do,
Check out
Recreation and Attractions in the Manistique Area

Exploring Manistique, Michigan

Manistique East Breakwater Light & Beach
Water Tower and Historical Museum



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