Cabin 3 at Northern Exposure Resort is a cozy two-bedroom home that shares space with two other vacation rentals on a 10-acre plot on Michigan’s Big Manistique Lake. The resort enjoys 270 feet of private water frontage, offering guests easy access to swimming, boating and fishing.
This six-person cabin in the Upper Peninsula is located on the south side of the lake, just over two miles from downtown Curtis. The cabin is fully furnished and decorated in a rustic but comfortable style. The kitchen is fully equipped with dishware, pots and pans, utensils and modern appliances, and a dining table — everything you need for a stress-free getaway with family or friends.
The main living area includes a cozy lounge space with a full size futon and two recliners for relaxing and cable TV — just in case it rains. Guests will love the easy walk to the boat docks and the scenic greenery that surrounds this little family fishing cabin. Best of all, the lots are large and level spaces with plenty of room to bring your toys. There is parking space available for boats, trailers, four wheelers, snowmobiles or extra vehicles.
Sleeping arrangements: Two private bedrooms at Cabin 3 provide plenty of space for six guests to sleep comfortably. The master bedroom is furnished with a queen-sized bed, with two twin-sized bed in the guest room. A full size futon sleeper in the living area too.
Bed linens are provided for all beds at Cabin 3; guests will need to bring their own bath towels and dish rags.
Northern Exposure Resort makes great use of a truly stunning natural spot on Big Manistique Lake. The resort is ideally situated for outdoor adventures, putting great fishing, boating and swimming right outside the cabin door — not to mention breathtaking sunsets.
The shared outdoor resort space is well-maintained and landscaped with an open yard for picnics, play and sunbathing. Cabin rentals at the resort include the use of a 14-foot fishing boat, as well as a paddle boat, a canoe and two kayaks. Guests also have access to picnic tables, lawn chairs, outdoor grills, volleyball and badminton courts and a sandy beach area.
Should you choose to venture into town, Curtis is sure to charm you with its local flavor of restaurants, taverns and shops. Guests will have no problem finding groceries, gear rentals and supplies, or souvenirs. The surrounding wilderness is traversed by scenic trails for hiking, biking and ATVs. Visitors can be found mushrooming in the spring, enjoying the water and sun in the summer and cruising through on ATVs in the fall.
We are 50 miles from Tahquamenon Falls, about 50 miles from Munising (Picture Rocks), and about the same to Grand Marias sand dunes, sable falls and Lake Superior. The Oswald bear ranch is about 35 miles away, great place to take kids to see bear in their own habitat. We area 30 miles from a great sandy beach on lake Michigan. Seney National Wildlife Refuge is only 15 miles east of us, offering a visitor center, hiking, biking and a seven mile scenic wildlife drive.Aside from onsite recreation on Big Manistique Lake, Cabin 3 at Northern Exposure Resort offers access to a number of other local attractions, including roughly 20,000 acres of inland lakes and streams — the perfect location to test out paddle boats or kayaks with some leisurely exploration. If fishing is your thing, the Manistique Lakes are home to numerous species of game, including walleye, northern pike, musky, perch, whitefish and more.
Erickson Center for the arts offers free Music in the Park on Wednesdays during the summer months.
We are located about 70 miles west of the Mackinaw Bridge..
The area is also home to the Erickson Center for the Arts and the Helen Newberry Joy Curtis Clinic and Wellness Center.
$125 - $125 night
$630 - $730 week
During the peak summer season, Cabin 3 rents at a nightly rate of $125.00 or a weekly rate of $730.00, plus a Michigan state sales tax.
During the spring and fall, weekly rates are discounted at $630.00.
Northern Exposure Resort is closed between November 1 and May 1.
Wonderful place — can't say enough good things re: the owners. I am about a year late with my post but better late than never right? Anyways, Love this place. I'll be back for sure.
My family stayed at the resort for the first time in 1997 and have great memories. 20 years later, we just returned from another stay with my now adult kids. We made even more great memories! This resort is an absolutely great place to unwind, enjoy serenity, watch beautiful sunsets, and just get back to simple!
Mary and I spent a week there in June. Had a great time and caught many walleyes. I hope to go again next year. Dave and Susan are great hosts.
Very relaxing and private. Owners are more than willing to help with whatever you may need... My family loved this place. Beautiful view and great atmosphere!
My favorite place to stay in the UP. Very centrally located for day trips in every direction.
We have thoroughly enjoyed our stays at Northern Exposure for many years. Dave and Sue's hospitality is the best! I can give this resort my highest recommendation!
Great place for family and friends to relax and have fun! The resort is always neat and clean, and Dave and Sue make us feel very welcome each time we vacation there.
This place is AWESOME!! you have to go there and see for yourself!!
We loved our vacation and will be back year after year!!
Please contact us, your hosts: David and Susan Fleischmann for cabin details, local recommendations, and availability.