10 awesome Michigan cabins you should rent this summer



Want to see more of Michigan? Wanna stay in a cabin while you do it? Well, then: Look no further, my gallivanting internet friend. 

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Stutts Creek Retreat
Stutts Creek Retreat gives you and your friends a private cabin on 5.5 acres, located on a hill overlooking Stutts Creek. Munising and Pictured Rocks are located only 15 miles away, which is awesome, because Pictured Rocks is some badass nature.
$140 per day, $980 per week
  • http://www.hilltopcabins.net/
Hilltop Cabins
Grand Marais
N14176 Ellen St., PO Box 386, Grand Marais, MI 49839, 906-494-2331
Right on Lake Superior, Hilltop Cabins is secluded, if you want to get away from city noise. Tahquamenon Falls State Park is located a little over an hour away, featuring one of the largest waterfalls east of the Mississippi. 
$95 per day, $665 per week
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Mountain View Lodges
34042 107th Engineers Memorial Hwy., Ontonagon, 906-885-5256
Located in the Upper Peninsula, Mountain View Lodges is nestled right in the bosom of the Porcupine Mountains, named by the native Ojibwa people. The Porcupine Mountains are home to the most extensive stand of old growth northern hardwood forest in North America west of the Adirondack Mountains.
 $470 for 
  • http://www.cadillacmichigan.com/
2 days, $1,337 per week

Coyote Crossing Resort
8593 S. 13 Rd, Cadillac, 231-862-3212
Great for all seasons, whether you want to engage in canoeing, boating, fishing, snowmobiling — you name it. Coyote Crossing Resort gives you all your creature comforts, such as a bar with live music, while still letting you enjoy nature on your own terms. 
$165.00 per day on the weekend, $142 Sunday through Thursday. Weekly rates vary.

  • https://www.tripadvisor.com

Halfway Lake Cottages
16878 Co Rd 505, Newberry, 906-869-0098
Built on Halfway Lake, a 65-acre private lake, Halfway Lake Cottages offers all everything you could possibly want from a secluded getaway. Quite possibly the best thing nearby to visit is Oswald's Bear Ranch. That's right, a MF bear ranch.
Call or email for availability. 

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Mackinaw Mill Creek Campground
Mackinaw City
9730 US-23, Mackinaw City, 231-436-5584
This award-winning campground, located conveniently in Mackinaw City, offers an unparalleled amount of cabin selections — you'll find something you love*.
*Note: Not a guarantee 
Starting at $60.00 per night.
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Harmon's Birchwood Resort
8442 N. Whitefish Point Rd., Paradise, 906-492-3320
Why not take a trip to Paradise? Possibly to see if they put up a parking lot, but more for the comfy cabins. Although the website hasn't changed since the '90s, the amenities are fairly modern, and has easy access fishing and other outdoor activities.  
For reservations, availability, and information, contact Birchwood Resort.
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Traverse City KOA
9700 M-37, Buckley, 231-269-3203
Combing the best of both worlds, you can pitch a tent, or stay in a cabin, while having access to Wi-Fi and power. There are also arcade machines, if you wanna really experience the outdoors. 
$92 per day, $714 per week
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Mai Tiki Resort
Au Sable Charter Township
3586 U.S. 23, Au Sable Charter Twp., 989-739-9971
Mai Tiki brings a tropical feeling to your cabin stay, while still remaining in our great state of Michigan. Offering 12 cabins, each uniquely designed and decorated, keeping with a beach tiki theme. 
$125 per day, $800 per week
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Sleeping Bear Resort
Lake Ann
7670 Reynolds Rd., Lake Ann, 231-642-7000
Located between Traverse City and Sleeping Bear Dunes, Sleeping Bear Resort is a popular family destination. If you stay here, you must go to Sleeping Bear Dunes, a gorgeous place in Michigan, and winner of "Most Beautiful Place in America". 

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