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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.

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The Bear Den Cabin is located on Ross Lake northwest of Seney near H-58/Adams Trail Road , only a short drive to the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore, the Seney Refuge, and scenic Lake Superior. The newly remodeled cabin is fully furnished including Wi-Fi, TV with DVD, and a gas fireplace. Complete kitchen with dishwasher.. Sleeps 5 guests. If you are looking for a peaceful spot in the woods for your vacation, the Bear Den is in a great location. On the ATV and Snowmobile trail. Year Round. Contact  Maria at 906-361-4839 or Melinda at 906-202-0427

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 outst anding 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. Phone: 906-586-6601

The Seney Township Park is located on the Fox River, 7/10 mile north of Seney on School Street. 15 modern campsites with electric and 10 tent sites. Bathrooms, playground, and picnic area. Canoe or kayak the Fox Rver. The Fox River Pa thway, a 27 mile long hiking trail begins at the western edge of the campground.

Kayak & Canoe Rentals for Grand Marais

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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