Tahquamenon Falls Lodge

Tahquamenon Falls Lodge

The Tahquamenon Falls Lodge is conveniently located between the upper and lower Tahquamenon Falls, with easy access to snowmobile and hiking trails, and the Betsy Lake Natural Area.

"A lot of construction improvements went into making this a beautiful and accessible place to stay," said Craig Krepps, the park manager. "The living quarters and sleeping quarters are fully furnished, so visitors only need to bring food and clothing."

Tahquamenon Falls Lodge bedroom

Linens, blankets, towels and dishtowels are supplied for this three-bedroom lodge that sleeps up to eight persons. The lodge has a master bedroom with one queen-sized bed, and a full bathroom on the first floor. On the second floor, one bedroom has two bunk beds, while the other bedroom has two single beds and a half-bath. The kitchen is fully equipped with a stove, refrigerator, microwave, coffee maker, pancake griddle, pots and pans, silverware, bake ware, plates and cups. The downstairs and deck are fully accessible, and other amenities include games, books, a picnic table, charcoal grill and fire ring.

"The Betsy Lake Natural Area is a great place to check out the park's wildlife, including moose and bear," explained Krepps. "Our objective is to get people to GO-Get Outdoors and enjoy nature, so we wanted to provide a more modern experience for those who might want something other than a campsite or rustic cabin." The lodge is located 13 miles west of Paradise off M-123. Over 38 miles of hiking trails and endless snowmobile trails are accessible within 200 yards of the lodge.

There is a four night minimum rental required for reservations made 30 days or more in advance, and a two night minimum rental for reservations made less than 30 days in advance.

Prices are listed at www.michigan.gov/stateparks

To check lodging availability or make a reservation, visit www.midnrreservations.com or call the park at 906-492-3415.

For more information about the lodge, accessibility, or amenities, contact the park or visit www.michigan.gov/tahquamenonfalls.