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area attractions

Log Cabin Resort & Campground

There are many area attractions within 1 to 2 hours of Log Cabin Resort & Campground.  


Tahquamenon Falls State Park, Lower and Upper Falls.  If you have children we recommend going to the Upper Falls first and then to the Lower Falls where you can rent a rowboat and travel over to the Island.  Upper Falls has a microbrewery and restaurant available.

Miners Falls and Horseshoe Falls are located in Munising, MI and are a great place to stop if you are going to Pictured Rocks.

Stop in the office for visitor information for all of the falls to visit and more!


Oswald's Bear Ranch -- watch the cubs play, get your picture taken with one and feed the bears.

Toonerville Trolley -- a great way to see a little of the scenery and the Tahquamenon River.

Luce County Historical Museum -- see some of the history of Luce County.

Tahquamenon Logging Museum -- Lumberjack Breakfasts served on some Saturdays and lots of logging history.

Seney National Wildlife Refuge -- check for tours.

Garlyn Zoo -- another hidden gem in the area.

Grand Sable Banks & Dunes -- beautiful sand dunes and falls.

Log Slide -- one of the steepest dunes in the area.  Was used for sliding logs into Lake Superior.

Pictured R0cks -- take a boat tour but make sure to make a reservation in advance!

Much, much more!


Seul Choix Point Lighthouse is about 20 minutes from the campground.

Crisp Point Lighthouse and Whitefish Point Lighthouse are good places to go if you're headed to Tahquamenon Falls.  The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum is also located at Whitefish Point.


Lots more information available in the office! 


The campground is located on Big Manistique Lake which is over 10,000 square acres of water.  Fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking and more.  Check out our boat rentals for pontoons and kayaks.

South Manistique Lake is on the other side of Curtis and is a wonderful lake for fishing.  It's around 4,000 square acres of water and currently has a limit of 1 pike over 24 inches but otherwise pike is unlimited.

North Manistique Lake, otherwise known as Round Lake, is well known for its rock bass and smallmouth bass which have won 11 State of Michigan Master Angler awards.

Kennedy Lake is a small lake located just west of the campground.  It's a wonderful place to kayak or canoe and there's fishing there too!

Indian Lake is over 8,000 square acres and is another place to check out.  See this lake when you go to Kitch-iti-kipi  (Big Springs) -- the largest freshwater spring in Michigan.  

Muskallonge Lake State Park is close to Lake Superior.  Visit this lake when you go to look for agates and Yooper Rocks (bring your black lights)!

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