Surrounded by two Lakes, the Michigamme River, 600 acres and an extensive trail system, the CedarHurst Lodge provides a nature risk escape. Whether you consider yourself a leisure bird watcher or a seasoned trout fisherman, let our convenient location and on-property amenities set the stage for your favorite outdoor activities. In addition to the wealth of activities available on property, the CedarHurst Lodge also has an extensive network of guides at your disposal. If you have additional adventures that you would like to try, such as a dog sledding or a Lake Superior fishing charter, our staff is available to help. Keep appraised of trail conditions, wildlife sightings and fishing reports with our Trail & Fishing report.

Quiet Sports Enthusiasts

With an extensive trail network on property and easy access to local lakes and streams, the CedarHurst Lodge is your gateway to leisure outdoor activities of all kinds. Whether you are looking to hit the bike trails during the summer or break-in your cross country skis this coming inter, visit us year-round to get outside and relax.

Hiking: Enjoy hiking on the CedarHurst properties or explore the trails at area State and National Parks such as the McCormick Wilderness Area.

Biking: Highlighted in the August, 2008 issue of Biking Magazine, Marquette County is becoming the premier Midwest destination for Mountain Bikers. Come up and enjoy our trails.

Kayaking/Canoeing: Whether you want to take a day trip or just head out for a couple of hours, there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy area rivers and lakes via canoe or kayak.

Bird Watching: The abundant wetlands surrounding CedarHurst provide ample opportunity for viewing a variety of birds. Take a trip to the Republic Wetlands Preserve for viewing of birds and crane rookeries.

Wildlife: This is moose, bear, and wolf country - although we can't guarantee you will spot these elusive animals you can sure have fun trying. And don't be alarmed by the night-time chorus of the area's coyotes.

Nordic: With average annual snowfall exceeding 200 inches Marquette County is a winter wonderland. Visit Marquette Mountain, for downhill fun, enjoy cross-country skiing at CedarHurst and the other area trails, or strap on a pair on snowshoes and make your own trail.

Sportsmen Paradise

The Upper Peninsula is truly a paradise for the avid sportsman. Whether you enjoying hitting the snowmobile trails in the winter months, or prefer to take advantage of the fall hunting season the CedarHurst Lodge’s prime location allows you access to all of your favorite activities.

Fishing: From the banks of the Michigamme River to the of vast waters of Lake Superior, the Upper Peninsula is home to some of the best fishing that the Midwest has to offer. Not only does the CedarHurst Lodge provide comfortable accommodations after a long day on the water, but our staff is also available to help you organize your ultimate fishing adventure. Here is just a sample of the options available to you:

Snowmobiling: The Upper Peninsula is known to be one of the best places to snowmobile in the country. Groomed trails are easily accessible from the CedarHurst Lodge allowing you premier access into the extensive snowmobile system which runs throughout the Upper Peninsula. After a long day in the snow, return to the Lodge to unwind, rest and relax.

Hunting: Whether you are on the lookout for deer, bear or grouse the CedarHurst Lodge provides a variety of amenities to make your next hunting trip a success. The Lodge has a kennel for your dogs and our outfitter tent on Buto Lake will provide an excellent base camp for your hunt. Our guests also have the option of utilizing one of our five blinds on the Buto Lake property to bag your buck during the Deer firearm season. To learn more visit our dedicated hunting page.

Whether you’re looking to land a buck or venture out for bear, visit the DNR website for more information on hunting in the Upper Peninsula.

Things to do

Check out the calendar of area events to see what's up during your visit. Here's a short list, links to many of these are on the Links page:

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