Portage Point Inn and Marina

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Portage Point Inn and Marina

8567 Portage Point Drive
Onekama, MI 49675
Regions: North
Phone: (231) 889-7500
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Description
We are a beautiful waterfront Historic Inn built in 1903 located between the gorgeous shores of Portage Lake and Lake Michigan in Onekama - Northwest Michigan.

Nestled on a peninsula between the sparkling waters of Portage Lake and the unmatched beauty of Lake Michigan, the Portage Point Inn is the perfect place to leave your everyday life behind. You’ll feel yourself exhale as you take a break from the hustle and bustle of your hectic schedule and settle in to our beautiful waterfront paradise.

And, there’s something for every season. Whether you’re looking for a perfect summer beach escape, a fall color tour, or cozy winter weekend, Portage Point Inn is the perfect place to make memories.

For over 100 years, PPI has been the foundation of the Onekama community.  The historic character and charming atmosphere have had their shine dulled, but through the dedication and commitment of the new owner you can see history in the making as this majestic inn continues to transform into her former glory.

Amenities



  • Infinity Edge Pool & Hot Tub

  • Lahey's Pub

  • Portage Point Cafe

  • Wireless Internet Access

  • Hiking

  • Kid Friendly

  • Beach Access

  • Water View

  • Smoke Free

  • Pet Friendly

  • Basketball Court

  • Boat Launch

  • Fishing

  • Waterfront

  • Cross Country Skiing

  • Restaurant(s) Nearby

  • Cable

  • Boating

  • Grills

  • Playground

  • Group/Family Meeting

  • Guest Laundry

  • Bike Trail

Amenities & Services
Kid Friendly
Guest Laundry
Free Internet Access
Conference Center
On Waterfront
Outdoor Pool
Pet Friendly
Restaurant On-site
Water View
Meeting Facilities
Alcohol Available
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