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Cabin rentals in Upper Peninsula of Michigan

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Cabin in Ocqueoc
Cozy A-Frame Cabin on the Shores of Lake Huron
Enjoy a secluded and updated A-Frame cabin surrounded by tall pine trees and the clear blue lake of Lake Huron. Take in the beautiful views and sounds the lake offers while enjoying coffee or cocktails on the deck, just steps away from the shoreline. You'll be close enough to everything in Cheboygan/Rogers City/Mackinac, but far enough to enjoy a relaxing evening cozied up to a fire under the night sky. Miles of sandy beaches, bike trails, Ocqueoc Falls and Rogers City all within 15 min.
$250 per night
Cabin in Grand Marais
Agua Norte Cabin: Lake Superior View With Sauna
“The Coolest Airbnb in MN” by Condé Nast. Feat Magnolia Network. Only 4 miles from Grand Marais, it is filled with windows to capture the amazing Lake Superior vistas plus a big skylight above the bed to stargaze and watch the Northern Lights. Grab your coffee and walk down to the pebble beach across the road or hang out on the large cedar deck and watch the waves crash on Five Mile Rock. Dates booked? See Agua Norte Loft Sauna available Nov-Mar Social Media @aguanortemn Lic.: MDH/Cook
$307 per night
Cabin in Crivitz
Scenic & Serene Lakefront Cabin | Wood Stove
Our sunny cabin on Grass Lake is uniquely designed to inspire connection & creativity. The cabin has all the amenities to meet your year-round getaway needs, including; yard games, board games, a lake side bonfire bit & a cozy wood stove. Enjoy breathtaking views from the dock, deck, or the spacious 4-seasons room. With the help of our previous guests, we're improving the cabin monthly. We’ve hosted 300+ guests at our listings and are looking forward to welcoming you to our newest!
$114 per night

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Lakefront cabin rentals in Upper Peninsula of Michigan

Cabin in Mountain
The Sasquatch Hideaway Gorgeous A-Frame Tiny Home
$117 per night
Cabin in Manistique
North Shore Retreat on Lake Michigan
$104 per night
Cabin in Allouez Township
Serenity on Superior
$248 per night
Cabin in East Jordan
Cheerful Six Mile Lake Log Cabin.
$136 per night
Cabin in St. Ignace
Lakefront Cabin with Sandy Beach, Deck & Firepit!
$190 per night
Cabin in Paradise
Just Beyond Paradise Where Time Slows Down
$308 per night
Cabin in Manistique
Puck-O-Chee - Hovey's Bear Trap - Indian Lake
$117 per night
Cabin in Manistique
Clevelander - Hovey's Bear Trap - Indian Lake
$122 per night
Cabin in Iron Mountain
Spring Lake Cabin
$127 per night
Cabin in Manistique
Lake retreat on Indian Lake, Manistique MI
$232 per night
Cabin in Ellison Bay
Unique architect-designed home on waterfront bluff
$400 per night
Cabin in Rhinelander
Cozy retreat on a Private Lake
$75 per night

Vacation rentals in Upper Peninsula of Michigan

Home in Marquette
Point of the Point - Lake Superior Waterfront
$193 per night
Loft in Saint Ignace
Victorian Village #5
$72 per night
Private room in Marquette
Quiet longterm discount hospital 4 miles
$26 per night
Cottage in Sister Bay
Beechwood Cottage - Secluded A-Frame in Sister Bay
$136 per night
Rental unit in Marquette
Private Apartment By Downtown Marquette Apt. #2
$68 per night
Home in Marquette
Cute house just min from beaches, trails, and more
$75 per night
Cottage in Fish Creek
The Glass House on Birch Bluff
$103 per night
Tiny home in Charlevoix
A Tiny House: A Simple Getaway In NoMich
$120 per night
Home in Brimley
Beautiful Lakefront Getaway on a Warm Inland Lake
$175 per night
Rental unit in Ishpeming
☀️Latitude Adjustment🌌 Ishpeming private entrance
$37 per night
Dome in Marquette
Charming log cabin on Moon Mtn
$85 per night
Guesthouse in Paradise
Peaceful Couple's Getaway in Lake Superior Forest
$126 per night

Your guide to Upper Peninsula of Michigan


The Upper Peninsula can feel a little like the Wild West of the Midwest: scenic, rugged, remote, a place that takes determination to live in year-round and inspires awe in visitors. The 300-mile-long peninsula, whose triangular shape is framed by Lake Superior, Lake Michigan, and Lake Huron, is one of those regions that rewards long stays and excursions outdoors — both the warm-weather kind (hunting, hiking) and winter sports. From the Porcupine Mountains, near the Wisconsin border, to Sault Ste. Marie just over the water from Canada, the UP promises rocky coastlines, lush waterfalls, and old-growth forests. The 300,000 Yoopers who live here year-round extend a good-natured Midwestern welcome to those traveling through.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Upper Peninsula of Michigan?

Located to the north of Wisconsin, with boundaries defined by two Great Lakes, the Upper Peninsula is no tropical destination. After a glorious, crisp fall, the snow begins falling in October and doesn't stop for six months. Don’t stint on packing winter wear, good boots, and possibly snowshoes in case you have car trouble. Spring rushes through the region in April and May, then yields to a glorious few months from June through August, when the temperatures hang in the 70s Fahrenheit, making it an ideal time to stay in one of the area’s cabin rentals. Bring shorts and swimwear for the daytime, and light long-sleeve shirts and pants for the evening — black flies and mosquitos can be a nuisance.

What are the top things to do in Upper Peninsula of Michigan?

Tahquamenon Falls State Park

This 50,000-acre state park in the east of the UP is densely covered in trees and home to one of the largest waterfalls in the United States, with a spectacular 50-foot drop. A four-mile hike through maples and beeches brings you to a second set of cascades; the park makes off-road track chairs available for wheelchair users to explore both falls.

Sault Ste. Marie

When the Soo Locks connecting Lakes Superior and Huron opened in 1855, wealth and industry came to the Upper Midwest. It’s still hypnotic to watch the massive ships traveling between the Atlantic and Minnesota rise and descend. The town itself is a pleasure to meander around, too, with a lively dining and arts scene.


Marquette, the largest city on the peninsula, combines the charm of a college town with unparalleled access to Lake Superior and the surrounding wildlife. Miles of mountain bike trails wind around the outskirts of the city. The Marquette Maritime Museum and the Marquette Harbor Lighthouse, open during the summer months, display the fascinating history of sea travel on the world’s biggest freshwater lake.