16265 W. Highway M-28
Open Year Round
Lodging at Northwoods Trails Cabins on Highway M-28, 9 miles from Brimley, 1 mile east of Raco, and about 45 miles north of the Mackinac Bridge in the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Common Area with Pool Table, Ping Pong Table, and a Poker Table
On the snowmobile and ATV Trails
Northwoods Trails Cabins offers two cabins with 2 bedrooms in each cabin. All accommodations have a complete kitchen with full-sized appliances, a gas grill for cookouts, lawn chairs for relaxing and enjoying the northwoods, and a fire pit and picnic aarea for campfires under the stars. We also have free Wi-Fi for our guests.
We are centrally located for enjoying the attractions and recreational opportunities in the eastern Upper Peninsula. We have snowmobile and local maps available for our guesst.
The living area is an open concept with a complete kitchen including a full-sized stove, refrigerator, microwave, toaster, and coffeemaker. There is a large parking lot with plenty of room for parking your vehicles and trailers with easy access to the ATV and Snowmobile trails.
Enjoy all the Hiawatha National Forest has to offer
Northwood Trails Cabins are in the Hiawatha National Forest where you will find public lands for every one to enjoy. Great hunting, fishing, canoeing, hiking, ATVing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and cross-country
Soldiers Lake Day Use Area, 7 miles west of Raco, has a picnic area, changing house, and a sandy swimming beach that is great for wading in the water, swimming, or sunbathing as you enjoy the surrounding woods. This is a small lake with carry-in boats permitted but no motors. A footpath leads around the lake for an evening stroll to watch the sunset or your early morning jog.
Monocle Lake Day Use Area, north of Northwoods Trails, has a nice sandy swimming beach, hiking trails, paved boat launch and fishing pier. You might catch walleye, small mouth bass, pike, or yellow perch, delicious cooked on the grill. Monocle Lake is large enough for water skiing and other water sports and has a paved boat ramp. A two-mile hiking trail leads to an outstanding overlook where you can see all the way to the hills of Canada. The first part of the path is easy walking and takes you to a boardwalk with a wildlife viewing platform where you might see beavers building a lodge or dam or you can continue on the trail up to the high bluffs.
Fishermen will also enjoy the several nearby trout streams and the East Branch of the Tahquamenon River is a Michigan Blue Ribbon Trout Stream that is noted for Brook Trout.
Winter in the Eastern U.P. Area
Winter brings tons of snow and Northwoods Trails is right at the junction of several snowmobile trails so you can plan nice day rides in several directions and then return to your comfortable lodgings. We have Trail Maps and Don carries a variety of snowmobile parts such as belts, plugs, slides, wear bars, bulbs, etc. The McNearney groomed cross-country ski trails are 5 miles northeast of Strong's Corner offering 4 loops through hilly, forested countryside or try snowshoeing through the peaceful forest.
A day trip towards Paradise will take you to the Whitefish Point Lighthouse Museum, the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, the Whitefish Point Bird Observatory, and beautiful Upper and Lower Tahquamenon Falls.
Enjoy your Vavacation at Northwoods Trails Cabins in the Eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Please call 906-248-3460 or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information
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Sorry, No Pets Please.
Directions: Take I-75 north of the Bridge about 40 miles to the junction with Highway M-28. Go west on M-28 for 14 miles and watch for the sign for Northwoods TrailsCabins.
Photos: Northwoods Trails Cabins
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