|Michigan state park modern lodges, like the Sears and |
Roebuck Modern Lodge at P.H. Hoeft State Park, are available
in a variety of beautiful outdoor settings. (DNR photos)
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources currently offers 13 reservable modern lodges, located at the following state parks:
- Cheboygan State Park's modern lodge sleeps eight with three bedrooms, one bath, kitchen appliances, utensils, etc. provided. Call 231-627-2811 for reservations.
- Furnace Hill Lodge at Fayette Historic State Park sleeps up to 10 people, includes a fuel-efficient furnace, remodeled kitchen, all appliances and bedding. Call 906-644-2603 for reservations.
- Grand Haven State Park's modern lodge sleeps eight, is within walking distance to downtown Grand Haven. Includes TV/DVD player/VCR. Call 616-847-1309 for reservations.
- Bass Lake Lodge at Highland Recreation Area sleeps six, includes a foosball table, TV/DVD player and gas fireplace. Call 248-889-3750 for reservations.
- Sears and Roebuck Modern Lodge at Hoeft State Park features three bedrooms, sleeps up to eight people. Sun room, game room, master bedroom with attached bathroom. Call 989-734-2543 for reservations.
- Dune Grass Villa at Mears State Park opens Feb. 1, 2015, sleeps eight and includes cable TV, a washer and dryer, fire circle and grills. Call 231-869-2051 for reservations.
- Kaug Wudjoo Lodge at Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park sleeps up to 12 people in a private location overlooking Lake Superior. Call 906-885-5275 for reservations.
- River Hawk Lodge at Proud Lake Recreation Area features dormitory-style accommodations with community bathrooms in each wing. Nearby are horseshoe pits and campfire rings, and one of the most scenic rivers in southeast Michigan, the Huron River. Call 248-685-9315 for reservations.
- Tahquamenon Falls Lodge, located halfway between the upper and lower falls at Tahquamenon Falls State Park, provides easy access to trails for hiking, snowmobiling and cross-country skiing, and accommodates up to eight people. Call 906-492-3415 for reservations.
- Traverse City State Park Cottage sleeps 11, is only 2 miles from downtown Traverse City, one of the most popular resort towns in Michigan. Call 231-922-5270 for reservations.
- Twin Lakes State Park's modern lodge sleeps six and is not far from local restaurants, a golf course, snowmobile/ORV trail, boat launch and picnic area, making it a convenient overnight stay for those looking to explore the area. Call 906-288-3321 for reservations.
- Bay Stone Lodge at Wells State Park sleeps up to 10 people in a cozy, cottage-style house. Call 906-863-9747 for reservations.
- Wilson State Park’s modern lodge will be available May 8-Nov. 23, 2015. Features include TV/DVD player, gas log fireplace and overnight space for six. Reservations can be made up to one year in advance. To make a reservation, call 989-386-4067 if calling between Dec. 1, 2014-April 15, 2015 or 989-539-3021 if calling between April 15-Nov. 30, 2015.
|Enjoy a cozy winter escape with all the comforts of home at |
Cheboygan State Park’s modern lodge, or any of the other
12 reservable modern lodges at Michigan state parks.
A Recreation Passport is required for any motor vehicle entering a Michigan state park, boat launch, state forest campground or nonmotorized state trailhead parking. Residents can purchase the Passport for just $11 ($5 for motorcycles) at the time of Michigan license plate renewal through Secretary of State. Forgot to check “YES” during renewal? Residents and nonresidents can purchase a Recreation Passport window sticker during regular business hours at state parks. Learn more about how the Recreation Passport supports state parks and local outdoor recreation opportunities at www.michigan.gov/recreationpassport.