: Mackinac County Airport
: Mackinac Island Ferry
: Lake Michigan - 120' of private frontage
: Timmy Lee's Pub
: Boyne Mountain or Nub's Nob
: St. Ignace Golf and Country Club
: Whitetail Restaurant
The Wildwood Cabin is a truly luxurious custom built log home that sits on 120' of private Lake Michigan frontage and was once featured on the cover of Log Home Living magazine. The location is perfectly suited for a week of relaxation or a busy itinerary of recreational activities. Hiawatha National Forest is right across the street with miles of hiking, ATV and snowmobile trails. Stop by Brevort Lake for a quiet picnic, or bring your fishing pole to see what is biting. Take a short drive down the famous US-2 scenic highway to St. Ignace to enjoy shopping, fine dining, the Kewadin Casino, golf, comedy clubs, sports bars and restaurants. If you enjoy history, be sure to board the ferry to Mackinac Island. Take in the views of Mackinac Bridge and other nearby attractions including the Tahquamenon Falls, Les Cheneaux islands, the Soo Locks, sand dunes, North Country Trail, the Mackinac Straits, ATV trails, Lake Huron, Lake Superior, Petoskey, Traverse City and more.
Other Activities: Get up and close to bears at Oswald's Bear Ranch!
Golf: The Mackinac Straits area features beautiful shorelines, rustic woods and stunning views, where long, warm summer days continue into late evening. Golfing is a favorite seasonal pastime for visitors and residents alike. Long summer hours of daylight allow golfers to play the links late into the evening while enjoying the twilight of the Straits.
The closest course for your enjoyment is the St. Ignace Golf and Country Club. Spectacular vistas of the Mackinac Bridge make this public course a 'must play'. Full pro shop with rentals and carts.
Another option is The Mackinaw Club, which is a professionally designed 18 hole golf course. Featuring 24 hour tee time reservations, a driving range and open to the public the golf course has just undergone a facelift with brand new carts, flags, markers and an emphasis on turf management. The Mackinaw Club course features scenic views sprawling over 310 acres. This Jerry Matthews designed course is ideally located within minutes of downtown Mackinaw's unique shopping, dining and entertainment district. In Mackinaw City you can plan a great day of golfing and an evening of dining, or your morning practicing on the driving range followed by a scenic afternoon trip to historic Mackinac Island.
Ski: Skiing in northern Michigan offers excitement at any level of skill. With many award winning downhill ski resorts, the silvery slopes of Michigan offer the best Alpine skiing in the Midwest. Here are a few resorts to consider...
Boyne Mountain: Not only does it offer 59 downhill trails, 12 lifts, 35km of groomed cross-country trails, Zipline Adventures, snowshoeing, terrain parks, night skiing, rails and a 700-foot Superpipe, but it also has a fantastic indoor water park.
Nub's Nob: Hailed as the home of 'The Midwest's Best Snow' with 53 ski slopes and trails for all abilities of skiers and snowboarders on three separate peaks. Nine chairlifts, including a beginner chair, access to nearly 250 acres of slopes and trails cut through the majestic northern MI hardwoods.
Crystal Mountain: Named the #1 Resort in the Midwest by SKI Magazine! Ski and ride on 45 downhill slopes - including three terrain parks and a super-cross course.