For accommodations, the resort has 24 cabins, with 27 units (three of the cabins have 2 units in them). We have 3-bedroom and 2-bedroom cabins, with several 1-bedroom cabins, situated in the wilderness. The cabins are lined along the first hole of the golf course and the forest.
The resort sits in the wilderness in a beautiful part of the country. Our location at the top of the Keweenaw allows for individuals to enjoy many outdoor activities for all four seasons of the year. These outdoor activities include mountain biking, golfing, hiking, trail running, and disc golf in the warmer months, and snowshoeing and cross-country skiing during the snowy months. As well, provide a hub for fall color exploring and bird watching at the top of the Keweenaw. And year-round, we provide opportunities for stargazing being that we are the headquarters for the Keweenaw Dark Sky Park.
Chasing the Northern Lights : On February 26th, there was a G3 storm that created a stunning and intriguing experience for those in the Keweenaw. KML team member, Chris Guibert, was able to capture the Auroras that night, and shares his experience and his photos in a blog post (link to the blog post can be found in our bio).
The Snowshoe Hare is an event celebrating snowshoeing in the Keweenaw. Please join us on February 4th for a fun and educational day. Snowshoe demos by @iversonseekwilderness will be available. For more information please see our website.
We are continually working on projects at the Lodge. These projects allow us to stay fresh as a team and continue to improve and move into the future at the top of the Keweenaw. If we are successful in marrying history with the future, we will be able to live in a vibrant and progressive present. To keep people up to date on what we are doing (and what we have done), we provide information on these projects.