The Pellston Lodge is the ideal retreat for tourists vacationing in Northern Michigan. A short walk from the Pellston Regional Airport, the hotel offers easy access to local family favorites: trout fishing in the Maple River, a Blue Ribbon trout stream; outdoor recreation at Lake Michigan and Lake Huron; skiing just around the corner with Nub’s Nob and Boyne Highlands; golfing at one of the many courses in the area; and so on. The lodge is minutes away from the resort communities of Petoskey, Harbor Springs and Mackinaw City. Other area attractions include Historical Mackinac Island, Mackinac Bridge, and the Historic Mackinac State Parks.
The Pellston Lodge welcomes guests in comfortable rooms, with all the necessary amenities to satisfy all traveling needs. Every room includes telephone with a direct line, free local calls, flat-screen televisions, free wireless Internet access, a complimentary hot breakfast, iron with ironing board and coffee maker. Guests also enjoy free parking, laundry facilities, conference room, fitness room, indoor pool, and hot tub. Discount certificates to the local ski resorts are available at the front desk. Please contact hotel about details.
Complimentary Continental Breakfast
Entrance Accessible by Interior Corridor
Internet Access - Wireless
Express Check Out
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Things to do
Tours and Attractions
Lumberjack Show Tickets
Experience World Champion Lumberjacks in a fast paced action packed lumberjack competition, a Mackinaw City MUST SEE! Shows are approximately an hour long, delivered in a competition format, in which the audience is divided up into two rival logging camps, each camp cheering for their lumberjack. It demonstrates the turn of the century skills of the lumberjack including chopping, sawing, axe throwing, cross-cut sawing and logrolling. In addition to the competition, there is also a chain saw carving demonstration. The show educates the audience in the rich history of Michigan's logging past. It is fast paced, up-beat and keeps the audience involved. The lumberjack show is appreciated by audience members of all ages from 2-102. Located just 1.5 miles outside of Mackinaw City on US Hwy 23.
A one hour cruise departing just before dusk daily, except Tuesdays. It’s the best seat on the Straits for the sunset over Lake Michigan. Breathtaking views of Michigan’s grand peninsulas and architectural jewel, the Mackinac Bridge.
Learn the history of shipwrecks as you travel over them, local Native American folk-lore, learn about living in the north country and the maritime history of the area while cruising under the “Mighty” Mackinac Bridge. Get up close to this awe-inspiring piece of architecture.