Lodging + Snow Sports & Activities = Wintery West Michigan Fun. Immerse yourself in the season with a stay at these fine lodging options!
The Village of Walloon is adjacent to miles and miles of trails, both groomed and ungroomed, and Hotel Walloon is the place to stay! The area’s trails have been created for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. During the winter months, Walloon Lake is also used for ice fishing and windsurfing.
All Seasons Hotel and Resort is conveniently located on your way to everything in northwest Michigan. Situated in the village of Kalkaska on US-131 at the junction of M-72, guests can ride their snowmobiles from the large parking lot directly to the trailheads for hundreds of miles of trail access. This great location is 30 miles north of Cadillac, 30 miles south of Boyne City, and 23 miles west of 1-75, making All Seasons the ideal location for snow skiing.
Celebrate January in the crisp country air of Double JJ Resort in Rothbury. Have the time of your life as you race down their 660-foot tubing hill, or climb aboard one of their horse-drawn sleighs for a magical glide through the snowy woods. They have overnight stay packages through the winter so that you will have a place nearby to warm up by the fire or in the jacuzzi. Double JJ Resort is an all-seasons destination, and winter just happens to be one of their favorites!
Evergreen Resort in Cadillac is the perfect locale for your ultimate northern Michigan winter adventure. Located along a Lake Michigan snow belt, Evergreen Resort has everything you need for a fun-filled winter escape. You’ll have access to over 200 miles of snowmobile trails, 100 miles of cross-country ski trails, and trails for snowshoeing and downhill skiing.
Ludington is a destination for snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and fat tire biking, with Lamplighter B&B a great place to stay! You can visit nearby Ludington State Park during your stay, with snowshoeing events in January and February.
Keweenaw Adventure Lodging is centrally located just a block away from the Copper Harbor Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe trailhead, and mere blocks from restaurants, bars, micro-brewery, shops, and a general store.