Featured Lake Resorts and Lodges in Michigan
One of America's great lakes, Lake Huron surrounds Lake Mackinac and offers a variety of great activities for guests at the Grand Hotel. Head to Old Mackinac Point Lighthouse, a landmark that guided ships through the Straits of Mackinac from 1892 to 1957. Charter a sailing excursion on this massive body of water, or bring along your fishing pole...
Swimming, boating and fishing are timeless summer pastimes, and all have a happy home on Lake Cora, one of Michigan's cleanest lakes. Bring your own boat or jet skis and dock them for free at Oak Cove. Or pack a little lighter and have your fun in the resort's canoes, rowboats and paddleboats.
Situated along the shores of Torch Lake, Michigan's second largest lake, A-Ga-Ming Golf Resort provides breathtaking views of the water during your stay in Kewadin! Rent a fishing pool from the nearby marina and cast your line to catch a muskie or largemouth bass. Or, take it easy and simply unwind on the shores with a good book. The lake is...
Tamarack Lodge offers activities for every season, making it easy to enjoy Lake Michigan's waters all year long. With 800 feet of shoreline and 300 feet of groomed beach, you can relax on the beach or find a thrill with kiteboarding. From your condo, you won't miss a stunning view over the water.
The beautiful Ellenwood Marina offers a sophisticated place to post your boat, rent boats and just hang out. Enjoy two club houses, a heated pool, hot tub, laundry and shower facilities! Does anything beat that peaceful time spent out on the lake? At Weathervane Inn, the answer is no way!
Get outside and spend the day on Gun Lake and its 30 miles of great shoreline. The resort offers boat slip rentals or pontoon boat rentals if you don't have your own watercraft. If you're not keen on being out on the water, simply relax on the lakeside sunbathing terrace. Let Bay Pointe Inn become your lakeside retreat!
Lake Macatawa joins Lake Michigan off the coast of Holland creating a water lovers' paradise. There are nearby business that rent boats, canoes, and kayaks and some offer guided tours. It's the perfect destination whether you're looking for a leisurely or exhilarating day on the lakes.
The Beach Condominiums Hotel-Resort, located on the shores of East Grand Traverse Bay, is your ultimate destination for a Michigan Great Lakes getaway. Whether with family, friends, or that special someone, here you can enjoy fun fishing, boating, swimming, and much more! If water isn't your thing, keep the lake within sight while relaxing on its...
Lake Gogebic offers over 13,000 acres of relaxation and adventure, making it the perfect setting for your Michigan lake vacation. When you stay at Bear's Nine Pines Resort you're truly just steps away from all the action. Swim around in the waters and take things up a notch with jet-skiing. If you're looking to simply take it easy, a calm canoeing...
The resort is located at the north end of Lake Gogebic, Michigan's largest inland lake. Brand new docks have been installed so it's high time to hit the water! If you don't have your own boat, you can rent one and go fishing for walleye, northern pike, and jumbo perch. Or you can just go for a dip!
Lac La Belle is teeming with water-fueled fun! Hop in a fishing kayak for some of the area's best walleye fishing, explore the shores on a guided sea kayak expedition, or try standing up on a paddleboard. For even more adventures, explore the gorgeous waters of the nearby Lake Superior!
Most rooms at Weathervane Terrace Inn and Suites have a fabulous view of Lake Michigan! Enjoy the peacefulness that the lake radiates. Go sailing with Sunshine Charters, or take a cruise to Beaver Island and explore! Make sure to bring your fishing pole for some of the best muskie and bass fishing you've ever experienced!
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