Big Manistique Lake Cabin Rentals, Cottage Rentals on the Lake Curtis, MIBig Manistique Resort
"Life is Better on the Lake"

Q:  Where can I find great Curtis, MI Lodging on Big Manistique Lake?
A:  Big Manistique Resort, four seasons of fun directly on Big Manistique Lake and surrounded by the largest lake complex in the Upper Peninsula.

UP Vacation Rentals on the Lake
Welcome to Big Manistique Resort of Curtis MI, located on the sandy Shores of Big Manistique Lake.  Our Upper Peninsula resort offers 2 and 3 bedroom cottages on 300' of gorgeous lake frontage on Big Manistique Lake.  Big Manistique is the largest of the Manistique Lakes Complex with over 10,000 acres of surface area to enjoy.  Experience boating and fishing during your visit, we have 14 foot boats available for rent during your stay.

Our Curtis, MI Cottage Rentals are available on a weekly and nightly basis. Please visit our Cottages page for more information on rates and details.  Great Rental Cottages on the Big Manistique Lake.  Open year round, our cottage rentals offer family fun for every season.

For great lakeside accommodations in the Upper Peninsula, book your stay at Big Manistique Resort.  Discover. Explore. Experience.

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"My family stays at Big Manistique Resort yearly.  The cabins are stocked for cooking. Our time to spend time with family.  The location is perfect for many day trips.."—Jane C. Facebook Reviews

"What a wonderful place to stay, easy access to the snowmobile trails in the winter and a wonderful Lake to play on in the summer. The owners are amazing, kind and friendly and helpful."—Laurie D., 5 Stars Facebook Reviews

Upper Peninsula Year Round Activities in and Around Curtis, MIThings to See
When you come to Michigan's Eastern Upper Peninsula, you will be in the midst of a huge variety of great attractions that are a "Must See"!  We are just 20 minutes from the Seney National Wildlife Refuge which is comprised of over 95,000 acres of forest, bogs, islands, and lakes.  

Guests will love to visit the Upper Tahquamenon Falls, which is 35 minutes from our resort.  This is one of the greatest UP attractions.  This waterfall is the second largest waterfall east of the Mississippi.  

Just a few minutes away we have the Erickson Center which offers an art gallery to peruse, music in the park and a variety of annual festivals.  Curtis, MI is known as the Biggest Little Town Parade during the Fourth of July.

For a full list of of our great nearby UP Attractions, please visit the link below.

Curtis, MI Things to See

"Cabins were fully stocked for cooking and really clean with friendly hosts. Would return on my next trip up to the U.P."—Ron L. Facebook Reviews

Curtis MI Activities, Things to Do, Fishing, Snowmobiling, ATV ORV UTVing, Ice Fishing, Cross County Skiing, Ice Skating, Snow Shoeing, Swimming, BoatingThings to Do
During the winter months, visitors to the resort will love the excitement of snowmobiling.  Hit the trails with friends and family and connect with other trails to get to great destinations.  Our Curtis Area Chamber of Commerce maintains and grooms over 140 miles of snowmobile trails every year. 

Spring, summer and fall guests can enjoy a huge array of Things to Do.  We have fishing, boating, tubing, hiking, canoeing, kayaking, agate hunting, mushrooming, biking, and paddle boarding.  

When you vacation here, you will be centered amongst the largest lake complex in the Upper Peninsula.  This incredible lake complex consists of six lakes:  Big Manistique Lake, North Manistique Lake, South Manistique Lake, Lake Ann Louis, Milakokia Lake, and Millecoquins Lake.  Click below to learn more. 

♦  Curtis, MI Things to Do
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"My extended family has been frequenting Big Manistique Resort for many years. The owners are incredibly friendly, accommodating, and manage the resort so well! I can't say enough good things! Will be returning!"—Katelin W. 5/5 Google Reviews

"We just finished spending our week at Big Manistique Resort for the fifth year in a row and love this place. The setting is very peaceful as this resort is far from the highway and road noise. Seeing the eagle fly by the cabins often and hearing the call of the loons on the lake make for a memorable UP experience. Kim and Kyle Grimwood, the resort owners, are friendly and gracious."—Mary G., 5/5 Google Reviews