Lakeport, MI, USA

Lakeport, MI, USA

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 86 vacation rentals near Lakeport. From 42 cottages to 31 houses, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Lakeport for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

A Michigan campers' paradise

The tourist resort of Lakeport, on the banks of Lake Huron and close to the Canadian border, lies a short drive northeast of Detroit. Lakeport is a popular destination for summer camping, fishing and recreation with both locals and people visiting from other states. Quietly situated on the banks of this expansive body of water, people return to year after year to Lakeport vacation rentals for the area's soft and white, yet uncrowded, beaches. The lake itself is a good place for watersports, while the town is just far enough away from civilization to be peaceful, yet not too remote.

Outdoor fun for all ages

The main activities around your Lakeport vacation rental include fishing and hiking, alongside windsurfing, sailing and motorboating. With the majority of people vacationing at Lakeport choosing to camp, it's an affordable family holiday for people with large groups of kids or those who particularly like spending their time under canvas. The facilities are of a really high standard. From BBQ areas, tennis courts and children's play zones, to the wide Lakeside beaches, Lakeport is one of Maine's best kept secrets. Surrounded by lakes and forests, kids will surely love the freedom they have here.

Family fun on the shores of Lake Huron

For a sugary bite to eat and a drink, think about heading out towards the town of Jeddo. McCallum's Orchard & Cider Mill make delicious blueberry donuts and their cider comes in a range of flavors to suit all tastes. If you drive a little further south, you can visit the Chacewater Winery & Olive Mill where you can delve into tastings and learn about their production. History buffs and architects will love the Historic Courthouse Museum which houses a collection of antique furnishings and a fascinating crime and punishment exhibition.

An escape from the city

Although this area is busiest during the summer, consider visiting in the shoulder months when the temperature is arguably more agreeable and Lakeport vacation rentals are better value than ever. The winds during fall are favorable for those wishing to sail or windsurf on the lake and, with fewer crowds, there is space aplenty. While tourists rarely visit during the winter months, the few that do are treated to a snowy landscape which can be used for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. Retreat to your warm, cozy vacation rental to warm up.

A quiet spot for a weekend's fishing

The Lakeport State Park, which surrounds Lakeport itself, is a beautiful spot where visitors can wander the peaceful trails and spot red deer, grey squirrels and wild birds. Huron Lake is stocked full of fish, but has gone through huge changes over the past century. The native lake trout all but disappeared from Huron by the 1950s, due to invasions of other species including sea lamprey and rainbow smelt. Non-native Pacific and Chinook salmon have been stocked in recent years as have trout, once again. All 3 can be fished by anyone with a license.