Whatever the Season – Whatever the Reason really is a true statement – the lodge is conveniently located near every kind of activity you could want to do. We are truly a four season getaway!
In the Winter
Ice Fishing, Down-Hill Skiing, Snowmobiling,Cross Country Skiing, Snow Boarding, Snow
Shoeing, Ice Skating, Hunting, Horse Drawn Sleigh Rides, Snow-tubing, Snow Kiting, Wind
Sailing, and so much more!!
Cross Country Skiing and Snowmobiling right out the door! We are 500 ft from the Lost Lake .
Pathway and less than 10 miles from the Benzie and Boardman Trails for snowmobiling!
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On the Water
Sailing, Jet Skiing, Kayaking, Canoeing, Fishing, Scuba Diving, Shipwrecks, Snorkeling,
Nauti-Cat Cruises, Fishing Charters, Tall Ship Sailing, Yacht Charters, Tube Rentals,
Stand Up Paddle Boarding and more!
Interlochen is known for 20 Lakes/Rivers in 20 Minutes
On the Land
Golf, Dune Buggy Rides, Putt Putt Golf, Geocaching, In-line Skating Roller Skating,
Miles of Beaches, Sleeping Bear Sand Dunes, Biking Trails, Hiking Trails, Water Parks,
Parks, Horseback Riding, Zip Lining
Enjoy a peaceful walk on the trails on 500 feet from our door in the
Pere Marquette State Forest! The 6000 acres of forest offer hiking, biking,
cross country skiing and snow shoe trails.
Traverse City has miles of Trails known as the "TART Trails"
In the Air
Para-Sailing, Helicopter Rides, Hot Air Ballooning, Kite Boarding
Entertainment & the Arts
Theaters, Dinner Theaters, Play Houses, Art Galleries, Comedy Shows, Wineries/Wine
Tasting, Shopping, Casinos, Museums, Light House Tours, Observatory, Day Spas,
Interlochen Arts Academy, Antique Shops, Historical District, Distillery Tours, Farm Markets
If there is something we didn’t list - please ask us - we will see if it is available
TRAVERSE Magazine presented The Flourish of NATURE, April 1998
"There is ample room to roam - in all seasons - on the
state land around Lake Dubonnet, five miles northwest
of Interlochen off U.S.31. The focus of activity is the
lake's launch ramp, fishing pier and 50-site campground,
but trails link to the quiet of Lost Lake Pathway.
Once you get away from the water and into the woods,
you get away from some of the hubbub."
" Lost Lake's 6.3 miles of single-track follow the lake
for a mile, cross the Platte River and descend into low-lying
blueberry bogs - a terrain of mellow hills and sinkhole
lakes left behind when the glaciers retreated. It's all suitable,
depending on the time of year, to hike, bike, snowshoe, ski
or otherwise explore."