Featured Nature Resorts and Lodges in Michigan
Spend your days outdoors, enjoying the natural beauty that surrounds you at every turn on Mackinac Island. Rent bicycles from the Grand Hotel and explore the island on 70 miles of paved and natural trails. You can also enjoy walking through over 150 flower species in the elegant hotel garden!
Reconnect with nature by immersing yourself among the 16 acres of woodland that surrounds the Oak Cove Resort on one side and the sparkling 300 acre Lake Cora on the other. Explore the many nature trails or rent out a rowboat, canoe, kayak, or paddleboat and set out for a day on the water! It's the perfect place for unwinding together with family...
The perfect way to explore the pristine area surrounding Double JJ Resort is by horseback. With three different skill levels for trail rides, every rider will feel comfortable while enjoying plenty of stunning views. Little Wildcat Lake is a great fishing hole for anglers and is available from May to October.
The great outdoors are sure to refresh, rejuvenate, and relax you at Big Powderhorn Lodging! Stay in a cozy vacation home that puts you right in the middle of nature. You're close to many hiking and biking trails, as well as the slopes during the winter. The Great Outdoors are the star of the show at Big Powderhorn Lodging!
Want to truly escape from the hustle and bustle of the rat race? Nature's pure relaxation is just a stone's throw away at Yarrow! Explore the beautiful property, which features majestic hardwoods and elegant pine trees. If you'd prefer offsite excursions, hike through the tree-lined nature trails and pick wildflowers in the prairie!
Is there anything more fulfilling than the peace and relaxation found in the beauty of nature? Fill your lungs with crisp Michigan air and awakens our spirit with a misty morning walk through six state forests, to picnics in a park. Marvel at the sun setting over the hills, valleys and waters of Michigan at your visit to some of the most beautiful...
From Holland State Park where you can visit the Big Red Lighthouse to Crane Orchards to Fenn Valley Vineyards, The Beach House puts you near a variety of charming nature escapes. Plus with the beach just steps away from your door, this Michigan destination offers you a refreshing location for relaxing and fun! Reconnecting to nature has never been...
The Elk River Chain of Lakes watershed area provides plenty of area for outdoor exploration at White Birch Lodge. Utilize the VASA trails surrounding the area for hiking and mountain biking. Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore provides another unique attractions with miles of sand dunes overlooking Lake Michigan.
Michigan's Upper Peninsula is a region rich in opportunities for outdoor adventure. Whether you like to hike, bike, fish, or go hunting, you'll find it all here. And best of all, this region doesn't shut down in the winter. Come during the snowy months for skiing, snowmobiling, and ice fishing!
Nature's always just a few steps away at Mount Bohemia! Step out your door and explore Lac La Belle on a sea kayak or paddleboard, hike through the ruggedly beautiful mountain trails, or head to Lake Superior and soak in the stunning scenery. Upper Peninsula backwoods will make sure you keep coming back for more of Mother Nature!
Staying at Harbor Lights Resort, puts you in the midst of some beautiful natural scenery! Whether you want to boat on Lake Michigan, or hike the trails onshore, or maybe just walk the beach at sunset, you'll be sure to find something just right for you. This is a beautiful natural retreat that you won't soon forget.
Pack a lunch and take a hike to 'the view' of Lake Michigan through the woods! See plenty of wildlife and glorious views along your way! Spend a day at Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore to see of of the most unique beachfront areas in Michigan.
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What's your idea of the perfect Valentine's Day? Is it a tranquil retreat into the secluded wilderness with the one you love? Or is it a romantic romp through the attraction-filled city? No matter how... more
Sand bluffs tower 450 feet above miles of Michigan beaches that belong to the state's namesake lake. A natural world crops up beyond its shore, where inland lakes, island lighthouses, coastal... more