Golf Course is open June 1st to October 15th
(dependent on weather)
Michigan’s northern most golf course. And dark sky park.
The golf course at the Keweenaw Mountain Lodge is an wilderness 9-hole golf course designed using the Keweenaw terrain, with spectacular views of Brockway Mountain. We are a historic wilderness golf course, not a golf course in the wilderness — so expect the course to be maintained in-line with the history of golf and along the lines of the natural landscape of the rugged Keweenaw. [ see scorecard and layout | learn more about what it means to be a historic wilderness golf course ]
While public appearances are not guaranteed, you will share the golf course with wildlife. Our summer residents include the Sandhill Cranes, our little fox families, and of course, the deer. These birds and animals allow us to play on their golf course, so have your cameras ready!
The earliest time golfers can start their rounds is 9am, with the last tee time on a given day being 5pm. All golfers must have their round completed by 7pm. The maximum number of rounds we allow each day is 44.
Payments are made at the golf course. * Reminder: We are a cashless resort, payments are to be made by credit or debit cards only. [ see golf course terms and conditions ]
We encourage walking, and have available tempo walks and pull-carts for rent. You can also rent electric carts if you want to ride. Golf clubs are available for rent if you don’t want to bring your own clubs.
The Lodge is a member of the United States Golf Association (USGA).
Please click the link to our Audubon International Cooperative Sanctuary Golf Course project (or the above image) to learn more about Audubon International’s program and our progress toward certification.