- Places To Stay
- Points Of Interest
- Things To Do
- Road Trip
Settle in to Tahquamenon country for days or weeks. You’ll find area travel lodging options are as varied as the landscape itself. Your choice of places to stay includes everything from deep-woods rustic cabins and campgrounds to lakeside hotels to the historic crew’s quarters on the ground of the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum.
If you’re adventurous, throw off convenience and rough it at dozens of public campgrounds tucked along lakes, steams and deep woods where the air is spicy with pine and wood smoke. With so many camping options it may be hard to decide where to stay. Find camping with convenience at Tahquamenon Falls or Muskallonge Lake State Parks. Seek out a private campsite for the highest of hospitality. In winter get a trailside lodge big enough for the whole crew and all their sleds, or journey through a winter wilderness by dog team to a heated tent to camp in surprising comfort. Along the Tahquamenon Scenic Byway, we know why you’re here and we’ll help you feel at home in some of the best places to stay in the Upper Peninsula.