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Things to do during "cabin time" in Pullman
Enjoy these Pullman, MI cabin rentals near Lake Michigan - from $150/nt. Pullman, MI is just one of the tiny towns nestled within the rich green landscape of mainland Michigan — and cabins, cottages and lodges in Pullman are all within easy access to a plethora of activities. A quick 10-minute drive from your vacation home can put you on the beach with a good book, hiking through the Michigan forest or meandering through the streets of one of the neighboring small towns. In short, whatever you’re hoping to get out of your vacation — unless its skyscrapers — you’ll find it here in the heart of Michigan.
If you are one of those who is looking to get out to the lake, get ready. The deep waters of Lake Michigan are a quick 10 minutes away from homey rented lodging and plenty of choices for water activities — catch an endless amount of trout and bowfin or break out the paddles and kayak or canoe the day away. There are also a couple of small lakes nearby, such as Upper and Lower Scott Lakes — both surrounded by scenic waterfront cabins — which are teeming with fish ranging from Bluegill to Northern Pike; unload the boat at Upper Scott, and once you’ve explored the blue waters, then take the channel up to Lower Scott to continue your angling-or paddling. If you’re there for a few days, take a 20-minute drive to Lake Allegan to explore the waters and hike one of the many trails.
Lake Allegan is in close proximity to 5 different trailheads for the Wakamazoo trail, making it easy for you to transition from the beach or boat to your hiking boots or snowshoes. If you want something 10 minutes closer, check out Ely Park. Ely Park has trails for hiking, horseback riding, or cross-country skiing — or, let the kids run around on the playground or build sandcastles on the beach. Kal Haven Trailhead near South Haven is another one-size-fits-all stop with hiking and fishing around the area’s wilderness cabins, as well as fun exploring around the local shops.
Staying in Pullman cabins and rental homes puts you in the perfect spot to explore all the surrounding towns. Take on Fennville and experience local wine and ciders, pick your own blueberries at Blue Star Farms, or stop in one of the farms and pick up local wares such as goat cheese or apple pie. In South Haven, you’ll find even MORE locally produced products; orchards and wineries galore. Take in some culture at the art galleries and museums and then treat yourself at Lollipop candies or grab a treat for Fido at Decadent Dog bakery. In Saugatuck, take a stroll down the infamous Butler street and experience delicious food and every type of shop you could need: outdoor gear, fashionable clothing, antiques and thrift stores, and handmade leather and wood goods.
If you’re hungry, have no fear. Find delicious eat’s at Tello’s restaurant or Pullman Pizza & Subs at right in Pullman, or head over to South Haven for every cuisine you could be craving! Taste offers sushi and delicious seafood and also present other cuisines from around the world with items such as fish tacos to sausage and sauerkraut. If Italian is more your style, buzz down for pasta, cheesy bread and cheesy pizza. Good old comfort food needed? Stop in Six Chicks Scratch Kitchen for breakfast and Black River Tavern for dinner for both classic and inventive pub fare. As you can see, there’s no reason to go hungry — even if you never fill the fridge at your convenient vacation home kitchen.
Pullman is on of Michigan’s many hidden gems — make sure you don’t miss out
Make sure you talk to rental owners about the many Pullman seasonal events and day trips. At RentMichiganCabins.com you compare MI short-term rentals and Lake Michigan area lodging, then book with the owners or local property managers. Get the guaranteed lowest rate and best local advice.