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Things to do during "cabin time" in Lac La Belle
Mt. Bohemia area lodging and nearby cabins in Lac La Belle offer the best cabin vacation experience yet. If extreme skiing is your adventure, then Mount Bohemia will deliver the vertical rush. MSN.com calls it one of the top ten undiscovered ski resorts in the world. It has the longest runs with the highest vertical and deepest powder in the Midwest. And your vacation cabin is minutes away.
Meander through the Keweenaw Peninsula in the Upper Peninsula Michigan in Lac La Belle for an overload of senses as you explore the boreal forests, sandy beaches, northern lights, fall colors, and abundant wildlife. Trade in the high tourist traffic and prices and get an experience of a lifetime in the friendly village. The mystery and wonder of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan will leave you speechless.
Enjoy an array of color in the tree canopy that forms a tunnel over the scenic Highway 41 from the historic ghost town of Delaware to Copper Harbor, otherwise known as the Heritage Route. Right from your Michigan cabin, cottage, lodge or home, you can ride your bike in early fall to enjoy the sudden changing of the leaves and sunsets behind the awning of trees. M26 offers views of lighthouses, beaches and parks. Enjoy one of the highest above-sea level views between the Rockies and the Alleghenies. To further adventure into the Keweenaw County, don’t miss some of the best downhill skiing at a new large ski area on Voodoo Mountain, that offers the largest amount of skiable acres in the region. It will eventually be the largest ski areas in the Midwest and your Michigan vacation rental is nearby. Enjoy plentiful winter activities that count on snow (which there is plenty of in the U.P.) Winter Carnival put on by Michigan Tech University in the Houghton area, the Great Bear Chase Ski Marathon in March, the dogsledding competition called Copper150 that covers over 150 miles in 3 days over the Keweenaw Peninsula in March, and the Winter Ronde in February.
Ever been on a waterfall tour in the upper peninsula of Michigan? The Lac La Belle area offers a very scenic area with a handful of waterfalls that are a photographer’s dream in the summer and in the winter. Enjoy Haven’s Falls, seen from the road but accessed about a hundred feet away. Your cabin time vacation should also include seeing the Manganse Falls and the Eagle River Falls.
Back at your lakeside cabin rental in the Upper Peninsula, your steps from great fishing. Lac la Belle is stocked with Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Perch, Sun Fish, Bluegill, Rock Bass, and Muskie, steelhead, King Salmon and Lake Trout. Every June enjoy the Annual Walleye/Pike Fishing Tournament, and The Longest Day Fishing Tournament. The Keweenaw Water Trail nearby is an up-and-coming paddler’s paradise for those that are serious about the sport. Caution is needed in the cold waters but is totally self-sufficient. There is no need to have a shuttle or extra vehicle for drop-offs and pick-ups. Scuba Diving in the Keweenaw Underwater Preserve also attracts many visitors to the area. Check out the John Jacob Astor shipwreck, Bete Grise Bay’s Langham shipwreck or even the popular Mesquite, a US Coast Guard shipwreck. After a day of exploring so many wonderful things, kick back on your private cabin deck.
Nearby, Delaware Copper Mines is a fantastic attraction in the Upper Peninsula. This Family friendly and pet friendly attraction is a must see in the Lac La Belle area, right off of Highway 41. This tour allows you to explore the mining shafts as the miners had once long ago.
Make sure you talk to rental owners about the many Lac La Belle seasonal events and day trips. At RentMichiganCabins.com you compare rentals and Keweenaw lodging here, then book DIRECTLY with the owners or property managers and skip those third-party booking website fees and commissions.