Quiet Sports Enthusiasts

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.

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 winter, visit us year-round to get outside and relax.

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.