Curtis Cottages on South Manistique Lake

in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan

Spruce Cottage, a 3 bedroom cottage in the village of Curtis,.
On the waterfront of South Manistique Lake.

curtis michigan rental cottages & cabins

...On South Manistique Lake
...In the village of Curtis,
Upper Peninsula of Michigan
Mary Gordon - Owner


Open Year Round, only 60 miles from the Mackinac Bridge.

The Spruce Rental Cottage on South Manistique Lake has all the comforts of home plus a waterfront view!

3 bedrooms, full bath, Cable TV, spacious kitchen with full size range and refrigerator plus microwave. All the amenities you need (14 foot aluminum boat, too.) Weekly and Daily rates.

The village of Curtis is surrounded by the Manistique Lakes, and the hub of this remarkable recreation area.

Summer visitors will enjoy the fishing, swimming and water sports, equipment rentals nearby. Hiking and biking are also favorite pastimes. The cottage has a deck with a gas grill and a picnic table.

For winter visitors, The Spruce Cottage is on the snowmobile trails, with snowmobile rentals nearby.

Local trails connect to over 2,500 miles of trails throughout the Upper Peninsula. Go ice fishing right in front of your cottage or enjoy some cross country skiing.

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In the spring, the trout season opens and the smelt are running, or you might wish to hunt Morel mushrooms.

In the fall, come for a magnificent fall color tour or late fishing and hunting.

Recreational equipment is available in Curtis

Curtis is a great central location for exploring all the Eastern U.P attractions.
  • Mackinac Island, Ferry boats leave from St. Ignace.
  • Soo Locks, watch the huge freighters lock up and down from Lake Superior to the lower Great Lakes.
  • Tahquamenon Upper and Lower Falls,
  • Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Can be viewed by hiking or by boat tours.
  • Fayette State Park, once a bustling industrial community which manufactured charcoal pig iron for economical shipping to the Great Lakes steel companies. Visit this restored mining town on Lake Michigan.
  • Big Springs (Kitch-iti-kipi), known to the indians as the mirror of heaven. Located in Palms Book State Park near Manistique.
  • Seul Choix Lighthouse Park and Museum, known locally as "the haunted lighthouse". The tower is open for climbing and offers a wonderful view of Lake Michigan
  • Whitefish Point Lighthouse, one of the oldest lights on Lake Superior. First lit in 1849, this light has shined onto the big lake unfailingly for over 150 years except for the night when the Edmund Fitzgerald went down.
  • Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum at Whitefish Point, the only museum dedicated to shipwrecks on the Great Lakes.
  • Seney National Wildlife Refuge (95,000 acres) which may be visited on foot, by car, canoe or mountain bike.

 Enjoy this quiet lakeside getaway, close to the sounds of nature.

For Reservations - Availability - Rates, Call Mary at 906-586-3393
or write: Mary Gordon, Spruce Cottage, PO Box 234, Curtis, MI 49820
or E-mail:

Pets Accepted (small fee)

Member of:
Curtis Area Chamber of Commerce
Manistique Lakes Area Tourism Bureau
Upper Peninsula Travel and Recreation


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