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Things to do during "cabin time" in Grant
These Grant, MI cabins, cottages and lodges are in the Manistee National Forest Each rental gives eager visitors an unparalleled combination of relaxation and excitement. These cabins are located near some of Michigan’s best outdoor hotspots too. Grant warmly welcomes travelers from across the country at all times of the year. Spend some of your cabin time having a picnic or going for a swim at Blanche Lake Park in Grant. Just north of town lies the entrance to the Manistee National Forest, a 500,000-acre playground for nature-lovers and thrill-seekers. Go for a paddle down the peaceful, yet scenic Muskegon River that cuts its way through the national forest eventually making its way to Grant. If you’re looking for great dining, shopping and night life, your lodging is just over half an hour from Grand Rapids, MI.
Cast a line in the water at the Blanche Lake Park. You can catch bass, pike and perch right off the dock. Pets are more than welcome at the lake and an added playground makes this a perfect spot to enjoy the afternoon. Check out the many miles of hiking and biking trails at the cabin and in the Manistee National Forest. Plenty of sparkling rivers and streams make the forest great for fishing, photography and sight-seeing.
During the winter months, snowmobiling and cross country skiing are popular in the area. Sled and ski right from your vacation rental’s front door. In the summer and fall, the Grant Farmer’s Market brings locally grown produce to visitors and Grant natives on Tuesdays and Saturdays. In late June to early July, the annual Manistee National Forest Festival is a must-see for visitors. An Independence Day parade, arts and crafts and a firework show over Lake Michigan draws in thousands of tourists. At the end of the day head back to your private cabin and gather around the fire pit.
Up for even more fun under the sun? Take a short drive north to Wisner Rents Canoes on the Muskegon River. Canoe, raft or tube your way down the beautiful river and take a company shuttle back to your car. These river trips range from 4 to 13 miles. Refuel at one of many popular restaurants in Grant. For great burgers and BBQ, we recommend the Old Iron Bar & Grill. Andrea’s Pizza and Italian is a traveler favorite and is great for the whole family. For delicious steaks and seafood, try Smugglers Cove - all options are near your cabin in the Manistee National Forest.
Make sure you talk to rental owners about the many Grant, MI seasonal events and day trips. At RentMichiganCabins.com you compare Northern Michigan vacation rentals here. Book directly with the owners or property managers and skip those booking website traveler fees.