Beautiful Drummond Island Vacation Rentals in Upper Michigan
Drummond Island vacation rentals are set in a beautiful location, with various activities to keep visitors entertained. At Drummond Island cabins, guests can enjoy sailing, mushrooming, historical museums and Harbor Island. Drummond Island is part of the Manitoulin archipelago, and responsible for the separation between North Channel and Georgia Bay. When you stay at
Drummond Island vacation homes
, you will have vistas of Lake Huron and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Drummond Island Vacation Rentals Are Located on Saint Mary’s River
Some of the available Drummond Island vacation rentals are situated near the mouth of Saint Mary’s River. Historically, the area where Drummond Island cabins are found was important to the British. During the War of 1812, the British were shut out of Mackinac Island so they had to re-establish land on Drummond Island, though even this ultimately failed. Visitors to Drummond Island lodging can walk over ground that was protected during the war on a path and learn this early Michigan history.
Drummond Island Cabins Are Perfect for Fisherman
Today, Drummond Island cabins are perfect for vacationers hoping to catch sight of anglers, boaters and hunters. Many of the available Drummond Island vacation rentals are atop a cliff, with the wilderness laid out before them. Hiking and fishing are the most sought attractions, especially because bass, yellow perch and northern pike are very easy to catch here. In winter, hiking is replaced with skiing and snowmobile rides through the wilderness. Though the Nordic trails are not groomed, they are easy to find and marked for hiking.
Drummond Island Lodging Is Close to Drummond Island Historical Museum and Ferry Dock
Drummond Island lodging is a short drive from Drummond Island Historical Museum. The museum is 10 miles from the ferry dock on Drummond Island. The displays in the museum are from Native Americans and Finnish settlers. There are also some items from Fort Drummond, marine exhibits and sportsman’s displays. The building was created from Drummond Island logs, and the fireplace was built with stones from the quarry of Dolomite, which has helped the island economy for years.
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