The Seney Wilderness Lodge is conveniently located within mere minutes of the Seney National Wildlife Refuge, offering our guests an extraordinary opportunity to experience the stunning natural beauty and outdoor activities it has to offer.
Seney Wilderness Lodge is strategically located adjacent to the Southern entrance of the Seney National Wildlife Refuge for your convenience. This refuge encompasses 86,000 acres of diverse wildlife habitat. The lodge is also conveniently located for you and your family to enjoy other area attractions throughout Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
The Seney National Wildlife Refuge hosts a visitors center that is open daily from May 15th to October 15th, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., offers exhibits, an orientation show, a book store and a staff to assist you in planning your visit.
The Seney Wildlife Refuge also offers a 7 mile, marshland wildlife drive, a 1.4 mile Pine Ridge nature trail hike and numerous miles of trails available for hiking and biking through the back country of the refuge for those seeking wildlife in a pristine wilderness environment.
Canoeing or kayaking the Manistique River which flows through the southern part of the refuge is an extraordinarily popular activity. There are endless miles of tranquil waters, picturesque wilderness and abundant wildlife. Wildlife abounds with many species of ducks, beaver, otter, moose, deer, black bear, timber wolves and bald eagles in this natural habitat.
Area outfitters located nearby in Germfask will accommodate your canoe or kayak rentals.
Anglers can fish along a 3 mile fishing loop or at the fishing pier. Fish species on the refuge include: northern pike, yellow perch, brown bullhead, brook trout and pumkinseed. Ruffled grouse, American woodcock, snowshoe hare, white-tailed deer and black bear may also be hunted during some state seasons in the refuge. Additionally, there are thousands of acres of public hunting ground within the immediate surrounding area. Hunting on premier private property is also available upon request.
The lodge is also located on a primary snowmobile trail which interconnects the entire Upper Peninsula for some of the best snowmobiling within this spectacular wilderness region,
Surrounded by the Manistique Lakes, Curtis offers tourists a multitude of great activities, year-round events, and hospitality! Visitors find relaxation and excitement when visiting our year-round community. Curtis also provides residents and visitors alike with a huge array of events!
Each summer, over 16,000 people arrive in Curtis to celebrate it's annual Independence Day Celebration. The celebration includes the "biggest Little Town Parade in Michigan!", food & beer tents, art & craft vendors, and Fireworks at dusk.
Likewise, each winter the residents of Curtis enjoy their Winter Carnival. During the annual carnival, one can enjoy a chili cook-off, food booths, bake sale, kid's games, cookie walk, pinata, turkey bowling, kid's mini sled challenge, hot air balloons and Curtis Fish Coop ice fishing.
More information about Curtis, Michigan and it's many attractions can be found on the Curtis Chamber of Commerce Web Site!
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