Resorts on Lake Michigan

Resorts on Lake Michigan
The Lake Michigan shoreline offers mile upon mile of pristine beaches and lots of fun for water sports lovers. In addition to beautiful beaches, much of the area surrounding Lake Michigan is renowned for its hunting, fishing, hiking, camping and other outdoor recreation opportunities. All along the lake shore are small resorts that cater to outdoors enthusiasts.

The Homestead Resort, Glen Arbor, Michigan

Located on Northern Michigan's scenic Leelanau Peninsula, the Homestead has an understated elegance and offers luxury accommodations. Amenities include a full-service spa, fitness center and fine dining. In the winter, the Homestead offers skiing (both downhill and cross country) and snowboarding areas, without the large crowds present at larger ski resorts.

Nearby is the Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore with over 70,000 acres, one of the largest areas of protected dunes in the country. In the spring, summer and fall, Sleeping Bear Dunes offers hikers a wide variety of trails. The protected Lake Michigan shoreline also offers pristine beaches without crowds, ideal for windsurfing, kite-boarding and more.

The Homestead
1 Woodbridge Road
Glen Arbor, MI 49636
(231) 334-5000

Lake View Resort, Drummond Island, Michigan

Located on Drummond Island overlooking the Potagannissing Bay and accessible by ferry, staying at Lake View Resort is a true getaway. Accommodations include seven modern homes, complete with kitchens and living areas. The resort has a housekeeping staff so you are free to spend your time relaxing and enjoying your favorite outdoor activities.

Canoeing up the Potagannissing Bay is a relaxing experience, with the opportunity to see wildlife in its natural habitat and witness spectacular sunsets. Drummond Island is also known for excellent hunting and world-class fishing.

Lake View Resort
32033 E Tourist Rd.
Drummond Island, MI 49726
(906) 493-5241

Lighthouse Inn, Two Rivers, Wisconsin

Lighthouse Inn in Two Rivers, only 20 feet from the waterfront, is the perfect place to experience the sunrise side of Lake Michigan. With breathtaking lake views, breakfast at the resort's Water's Edge Restaurant offers an unparalleled opportunity to witness this spectacle.

Two Rivers is located near the trail head of the Rawley Point Trail, which stretches six miles and culminates at the historic Rawley Point Lighthouse at Point Beach State Park. In addition to hiking trails, the city is also at the junction of two of Wisconsin's most scenic bicycle trails.

Lighthouse Inn
1515 Memorial Drive
Two Rivers, WI 54241
(920) 793-4524

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