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it's cabin time™ in Grand Marais
Grand Marais, MI lodging near Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore offer memories that last a lifetime. It’s time to book a cabin vacation in Grand Marais, MI near the south shore of Lake Superior. Grand Marais is the eastern gateway to Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. This historic Upper Peninsula village is fortunate to experience warm summers, green springs, colorful autumns, and snowy winters. We suggest exploring the nearby Dohahey Woods. It’s not huge at 25 acres, but it is owned by the Nature Conservancy - you just know the 1/4 mile stretch along Lake Superior is spectacular.
The mid-19th century lighthouses that span Upper Peninsula’s Lake Superior shoreline are a sight-seeing destinations: Grand Marais, Crisp Point ("one of the most remote lighthouses in the United States") and AuSable Point are the most-visted lighthouses. We mentioned Pictured Rocks, but did you know that you can see these cliffs up close? Two-hour boat cruises run from Memorial Day through mid-October, and offer up to 7 trips daily. Prefer traveling by land? There are incredible hiking opportunities in Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore too. Gaze at Superior shipwrecks lining the beach below.
When the snow falls, the fun really begins: Snowmobiling is one of the most popular winter activities up here. The groomed trails are the finest DNR trails in the state. No matter what the Grand Marais MI weather is, your cabin, cottage, lodge, or home offers a retreat, not a hotel room. Grand Marais lodging is right in the middle of UP Michigan fun: boat tours, backpacking, hiking, and Lake Superior.
Make sure you talk to rental owners about the many Grand Marais seasonal events and day trips. At RentMichiganCabins.com you compare rentals and Grand Marais lodging here, then book DIRECTLY with the owners or property managers. Renting through booking websites can cost up to 30% more.