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Michigan is flush with diverse natural, man-made, and cultural offerings that include everything from aquariums to zoos, museums, galleries, lighthouses, waterfalls, natural rock formations, and even award-winning wineries.

Michigan is the great outdoors. With more than 3,200 miles of shoreline, 11,000 inland lakes, 5,600 miles of snowmobile trails, dozens of downhill ski resorts and four national parks there\'s no need to miss out on a moment of outdoor fun.

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See Canadian Geese, Eagles and waterfowl in the wilds of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Enjoy the miles of unspoiled and undeveloped shoreline of Milakokia Lake and enjoy nature as it used to be. Anytime of year is a good time for your family to make Little Cove Resort your vacation headquarters. We are located in a sheltered bay on the northeast side of Milakokia Lake. Modern housekeeping cabins; 3-two bedroom with two full sized beds and 1-three bedroom with 2 full sized beds, bunk beds and a sofa sleeper. All cabins have gas heat, hot and cold running water, showers, flush toilets and TV. The cabins are fully furnished, the kitchen includes a microwave and coffeemaker. . Cabins have a porch, picnic table and charcoal grill. Little Cove Resort has a firepit for evening campfires. Please bring your own towels and paper products. A boat is provided with each cottage - with rental motors available. Two 100 foot docks give ample room for any of our guests with their own boat. We also have a sandbox, horseshoes and a sandy bottom swimming area. . No pets allowed Fishing: Limit catches of Walleye are common on our uncrowded 2,000 acre lake and nice size Perch. Many an angler has had the thrill of reeling in large Northern Pike. Bass seem to bite best first thing in the morning or in the evening. Winter brings some excellent ice fishing. For the Trout angler, nearby lakes and streams provide Brook, Brown and Rainbow. Spring brings exceptional Smelt and Steelhead runs. In the Fall many streams are crowded with Salmon. Hunting: State, corporate and federal (Seney Wildlife Refuge, 96,000 acres) lands provide miles of wild wilderness forest for hunting Deer, Bear, Ruffed Grouse, Snowshoe Hare, ducks, Woodcock and Geese. Ducks are numerous on Milakokia Lake. Snowmobiling: Access to snowmobile trails, these trails connect to the over 2,500 miles of interconnected trails covering the Upper Peninsula. Snowmobile Rentals in Curtis. ATV trails are nearby. Cross Country Skiing: Many miles of State and corporate land are open for cross country skiing. The Seney Wildlife Refuge is open to cross country skiing and snowshoeing. . Taquahmenon Falls Pictured Rocks Big Spring (Kitch-Iti-Kipi) Seul Choix Lighthouse, known as "The Haunted Lighthouse" Whitefish Point Lighthouse Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum Whitefish Point Bird Observatory Seney National Wildlife Refuge Soo Locks Toonerville Trolley Fayette Ghost Town Oswald's Bear Ranch Garlyn Zoo Dogsledding From the Lower Peninsula, take Northbound I 75 over the Mighty Mackinac Bridge then exit 344-B (US-2 West). Proceed 60 miles west to East Milakokia Lake Road, then proceed south 3/4 of a mile to the entrance of Little Cove Resort. Call Little Cove Resort at (906) 477-9956 for reservations and information or E-Mail Us Exploring Curtis MI. Recreation in the Curtis Area. Lodging and Businesses in Curtis, MI Back to Upper Peninsula Food and Lodging Back to the Upper Peninsula Traveler Home Page: Exploring the North Copyright 2002-06 by Vivian Wood, the webmaster for Exploring the North, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Except as permitted under the Copyright Act of 1976, as Amended, this web site may not be reproduced in whole or in part in any manner. Unless authorized by the webmaster of Exploring the North, Inc., reproduction of any web page or pages on the Exploring the North website for placement on the internet is a copyright infringement. All right, title and interest in and to the material on our web pages, the web site, in whole or in part, and in and to this url and the urls contained within, is the property of vivian wood, the webmaster for Exploring the North, Inc. Web site created on an Apple G-4. update 8/05

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