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Things to do during "cabin time" in Curtis
Curtis Michigan lodging near Seney National Wildlife Refuge and the Manistique Lakes is the perfect 4-season vacation distination. Curtis, Michigan is an Upper Peninsula vacation waiting for you to explore its waters, unique festivals, small town charm and many restaurants, helpful shops and antiques.
Curtis cabins, cottages, lodges and vacation homes are located in the heart of the largest lake complex of the Upper Peninsula. This waterfront town is surrounded by Manistique lakes including Round Lake and Big Manistique Lake. A combination of the 6 lakes total to over 20,000 acres of water enjoyment for those that love to fish sturgeon, blue gill, walleye and more. Recreational activities such as skiing, tubing, paddle boarding, swimming, and more can all be done on these lakes.
Round Lake is popular for rock bass and smallmouth bass. Big Lake is full of redhorse, bluegill, walleye, lake herring, northern pike and smallmouth bass. Big lake is one of the largest lakes in the U.P. Many events include Art on the Lake, Biggest Little Town Parade, Fourth of July Celebration, Oktoberfest, The Walleye Jamboree, and Pure Curtis Weekend.
Spring and summer offer many activities off the lake as well. Many miles of ATV trails, hundreds of hunting acres, and many opportunities to morel pick or bird watch are a great reason to stay in Curtis, Michigan. There are also 3 golf courses in the area that are fantastic and beautiful for playing a few rounds. Hiawatha Sportsmen Club provides a tranquil landscape for all sport activity such as hunting, kayaking and of course, golfing. The Erickson Center is a truly diverse entertainment center with a true love of the arts. This center offers a wide range of activities, shows and events. Activities include art classes, yoga classes, Swedish concerts, off Broadway shows, orchestras and more.
The Seney National Wildlife Refuge is only 20 miles away from your Curtis, Michigan vacation rental and attracts over 88,000 visitors annually. There are many ways to explore and witness wildlife such as moose, deer, wolf, fox, deer, bobcat, woodchucks, osprey, geese and many types of amphibians. Birding is very popular here, especially in the month of June.
Winter time offers over 140 miles of snowmobile trails that intersect throughout the Upper Peninsula. In fact, “SnowGoer Magazine voted the Upper Peninsula the Best Overall Snowmobiling Area, Most Challenging, Most Scenic, and Best Powder Riding in the United States.” Trails are typically accessible from the cottage. With a vast amount of lakes, the Great Lakes, the rivers and streams all provide fantastic recreation such as ice skating and ice fishing. Curtis, MI is a great small town with lots of restaurants and unique shopping within an hour of Upper Peninsula’s major attractions.
Make sure you talk to rental owners about the many Curtis seasonal events and day trips. At RentMichiganCabins.com you compare rentals and Curtis lodging here, then book DIRECTLY with the owners or property managers. Avoid those middleman booking websites and save up to 30%. Besided, Curtis MI owners and local managers are your best tour guides.