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Things to do during "cabin time" in Hope
Hope and nearby Midland, MI cabin rentals are surrounded by natures landscape; Wixom Lake, the Tobacco River and lots of parks. Area waters are terrific for recreation alongside all the other things to do in Midland County. The proximity to Lake Huron makes this a great destination for a day trip to the sunrise coast. Midland communities love the 72 beautiful parks and surrounding attractions and culture.
With fantastic attractions nearby, you won’t be at a loss for a day packed with entertainment. Located right in the same county is the Midland Center for the Arts; this exceptional building hosts many shows such as the Rocky Horror Show, The Comedy of Errors and Mary Poppins. Band, orchestra and choir shows often fill the space with melodic sounds. Interactive exhibits such as science, history and art exhibits excite every age. These Michigan cabin rentals are near the special events at the Center for Arts including Dinosaurs, and the Summer Sippin’ Guitarists.
The Chippewa Nature Center has 15 miles of trails over 1,200 acres of diverse ecosystems, perfect for nature lovers and wildlife seekers. Local events and shows are great for tourists such as the Tapas, Toasts, and Tunes and the Fall Harvest Festival. Enjoy the world famous Banff Film Festival in Midland, Michigan. The top movies that went to the Festival that go on tour stop here at the Chippewa Nature center in April.
The Pere Marquette Trail System allows bicyclists, cross country skiers, and runners a slice of paved trail alongside wildlife and serene landscape. Cabin time here means stops that allow visitors and tourists a glimpse of the communities surrounding Hope, MI. Other outdoor activities range from the exciting BMX trail and the relaxing golf courses in Midland to round out your great cabin vacation in Michigan.
Don’t think that recreation stops in the summer here. Wixom Lake cottages are terrific base camps for winter ice fishing, hunting, snowmobiling, and cross country skiing. Every holiday season, Santa comes to visit the Tridge, a three-way footbridge connecting the Chippewa and Tittabawassee Rivers in Midland, to smile and help the community light the holiday lights. For New Year’s Eve, the Midnight on Main event is a must see.
Make sure you talk to rental owners about the many Hope and Midland seasonal events and day trips. At RentMichiganCabins.com you compare rentals and Hope and Midland lodging here, then book DIRECTLY with the owners or property managers and skip those booking website transaction fees and commissions.