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Black Point ResortBlack Point Resort
Black Point Resort
Black Point Resort began in 1922 when Al Nothelfer purchased the land for logging and created a small town to help with his growing needs. He built a saw mill, a forge, a general store, and a service station. He operated these establishments until the mid-1940’s. Shortly after logging ceased, the property became a resort where it offered great fishing and extraordinary views. Al operated the resort until he passes away in 1964. The resort continued to operate until 1968 by care of his wife and two step-sons. In 1987, Dave Schlosser purchased the land and began to rebuild the resort. He spent the next 28 years tending the land he loved so dearly. In September 2015 Dave decided it was time to pass the reigns to someone new. After much searching Dave found a couple he believed to be the perfect fit for the resort and surrounding community. Darren & Kasie Anderson are the current owners and are loving every minute of it.
The property offers (1) three bedroom and (1) two bedroom cabin with kitchen and bath on beautiful Brevort Lake as well as (4) rustic cabins nestled into the woods. Looking for something else? There is ample space to pitch a tent, park a camper or even a RV. Future expansion of the property will add (4) brand new cabins on the water along with a lodge for events and parties. Please contact us to book your lodging on your next U.P. vacation!
Castle Rock CamparkCastle Rock Campark
Affordable wooded sites overlooking Lake Huron and Mackinac Island. All sites have fire rings, picnic tables and are grassy. Full hook-ups, electric and water or no-service sites are available. Store, recreation room, city water, modern restrooms, hot showers, laundry and dump station.
East Lake ResortEast Lake Resort
East Lake Resort
East Lake Resort is located in the beautiful Upper Peninsula on East Lake. Come and relax while enjoying the quiet, friendly atmosphere.
All cabins are furnished and include a microwave, refrigerator, television and boat. Can accommodate 6 people.
Secluded camping also. Open May through November.
Grande Retreat Resort and CampingGrande Retreat Resort and Camping
Grande Retreat Resort and Camping
START PACKING. NOW.
Are you ready to get away and do something truly unique? Start packing now for the Upper Peninsula on the Straits of Mackinac — the perfect location that offers uninterrupted relaxation on golden covered dunes, unbeatable scenery, historic Mackinac Island, and one of the greatest engineering feats – the Mackinac Bridge.
At the Grande Retreat, you are more than our guest at our resort – you are our company in our town . We have mastered a unique Yooper experience for all seasons and all reasons. Here, you can escape your busy life and tune out the hectic world. We are located on the pristine Poupard Bay on Lake Michigan. The remote island of St. Helena beckons to the south and surrounded by endless wooded forests.
Our lodging has character and intrique! Our Resort boasts one of the largest nautical collections! Each room in the Bed and Breakfast has a different theme. Our private campsites are tailored for curious and experienced. Don’t have a tent or camping supplies, JUST SHOW UP! We have it all!
Come visit the Grande Retreat to enjoy new experiences, get to know a new and diverse culture, and spoil yourself with relaxation. Book your trip today!
Straits State ParkStraits State Park
Straits State Park
The park has 275 modern campsites that feature electricity, fire rings and picnic tables, and fifteen semi-modern non-electric waterfront sites. There are four modern toilet buildings with showers and two sanitation stations. We have a view of the Mackinac Bridge and are 1/2 mile from the ferries that travel to and from Mackinac Island. The Soo Locks and Tahquamenon Falls are just one hour away and the Father Marquette Memorial is located in the Straits State Park.
Check out the following list of Passport Perks businesses! Recreation Passport holders can show their vehicle registration and receive a discount or “perk” on merchandise, services and dining throughout Michigan. The Recreation Passport not only gets you these great perks, it also gives you access to Michigan’s state parks, state forest campgrounds, boat launches, trail heads and more!
Tiki RV Park and CampgroundTiki RV Park and Campground
In St. Ignace off Business I-75, midway between exits 344A and 348. Over 100 sites for large RVs and tenters. Full hookups. Walk downtown.