Find a “Kozy” Cabin in Curtis, MI

Kozy’s Resort is your year-round destination for vacation fun. Need something that accommodates the whole clan? Rent our 2 bedroom cabin, and if you still can’t fit, rent several cabins. We have 6 cabin rentals at Kozy’s Resort! We can accommodate a variety of group sizes. The beautiful sunsets are breath-taking. Curtis is nestled among three lakes and offers four season recreational activities.

Curtis Michigan lodging near Seney National Wildlife Refuge and the Manistique Lakes is the perfect 4-season vacation distination.
Curtis, Michigan is an Upper Peninsula vacation waiting for you to explore its waters, unique festivals, small town charm and many restaurants, helpful shops and antiques.Curtis cabins, cottages, lodges and vacation homes are located in the heart of the largest lake complex of the Upper Peninsula. This waterfront town is surrounded by Manistique lakes including Round Lake and Big Manistique Lake. A combination of the 6 lakes total to over 20,000 acres of water enjoyment for those that love to fish sturgeon, blue gill, walleye and more. Recreational activities such as skiing, tubing, paddle boarding, swimming, and more can all be done on these lakes.


Round Lake is popular for rock bass and smallmouth bass. Big Lake is full of redhorse, bluegill, walleye, lake herring, northern pike and smallmouth bass. Big lake is one of the largest lakes in the U.P. Many events include Art on the Lake, Biggest Little Town Parade, Fourth of July Celebration, Oktoberfest, The Walleye Jamboree, and Pure Curtis Weekend.

Kozy’s Resort has a variety of resort amenities. Free mini golf is nearby and we have boating and fishing supply rentals at the resort. You water park is just out the front door, so get ready for boating, fishing, canoeing & kayaking, swimming, jet skiing, sailing and more. Our lake front has a sandy bottom of 300 feet all the way out to the drop-off. Light house tours are unique and there numerous lights and lighthouses located in northeastern Michigan.

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Searching for Michigan resorts? Now you can see all resort cabins on one page has rolled out resort pages. Now, every Michigan resort has their own “resort page” that displays an interactive map with pins to show the location of each MI rental, a description of the resort, the property website link, phone number, videos, and a display of each cabin details page at the bottom. We decided to create these Michigan resort pages because it allows renters to see the exact location of each cabin plus learn more about the resort.


Check out an example of a resort page – Fought’s Resort. This is a huge step in differentiating ourselves from the competition. Not only is it a great feature for renters, but it also adds extra exposure for multi-cabin resorts in Michigan.


How do Potential Renters Find the Michigan Resort Pages?


The first way is through the Google map found on the homepage of our website. When renters click on a pin, a small window will display with an option to select that specific cabin details page or they can select “View more cabins at (Resort Name)”. Once the potential renter clicks on the “View more cabins at (Resort Name)” they will see the resort page. The image above with the blue circle shows where to find the resort pages.


The second way to find the resort page is through the cabin rental details page. If a vacationer is looking at the details page and wants to see more cabin rentals at the resort, they can select “View all (Resort Name) Cabins”. The blue circle above indicates how to find the resort page from a cottage details page.

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The Ultimate #Lighthouse Tour in Wisconsin and Michigan

The Ultimate #Lighthouse Tour in Wisconsin and Michigan

Lighthouses have been a symbol of safety for navigators and explorers for hundreds of years. Each night, lightkeepers and their families reported lake conditions and guided people back to safety alongside the rocky shores of the Great Lakes.

A photographer’s paradise, Lake Michigan offers beautiful scenery.The transcendent fall colors and welcoming cooler breeze from the lake make the Great Lakes a great tourist location for those that can appreciate the northern charm, art galleries, fantastic restaurants, and museums of the maritime history. The sunrises and sunsets are mesmerizing and provide a romantic backdrop to each unique lighthouse.

Click here to view vacation rentals, events, and a map of lighthouses in Michigan

In October, The Great Lake lighthouse festival highlights different lighthouses along the coast and bring in over a hundred different vendors for the lighthouse enthusiasts all over the world. There is no other lighthouse festival like it. In 2014, the Eagle Bluff was the highlighted lighthouse. Eagle Bluff sits majestically in Peninsula State Park, a beacon of light to those arrive in the rocky Door County area, navigating through the gale of a storm or through the quiet dark nights. This lighthouse has been restored for visitors on tours and is open to the public May-October.

The Grand Traverse Lighthouse is at the end of the Leelanau Peninsula, located inside the Leelanau State Park. It’s one of the oldest lighthouses on the Great Lakes. Once inside the lighthouse, you can view exhibits, shipwrecks, foghorns and other lighthouses within the area. Fun events are throughout the year.

Grand Traverse Lighthouse

Grand Traverse Lighthouse

Be sure to check out this fantastic lighthouse.For a list of other things to do in Traverse City, Michigan or to explore Traverse City Vacation Rentals while on a lighthouse tour in Michigan, click this link here: Traverse City.  To view more in the area, or to discover Lake Leelanau vacation rentals in Leelanau County, visit this link here: Lake Leelanau.

Another favorite lighthouse on Lake Michigan is the St. Joe’s lighthouse. Located in St. Joseph’s, Michigan, this lighthouse is not shy about bragging about its beauty and that’s ok with us because it is surely a sight you can’t miss! This beautiful lighthouse is near Benton Harbor and even highlights a live webcam on its website. This lighthouse is truly a Great Lakes celebrity with tourists walking the rare catwalk, exploring the almost two centuries old lighthouse and what was once home to the Red Cross.

St. Joe Lake Michigan, Benton Harbor

St. Joe Lakehouse

This backdrop is perfect for photography (maybe a wedding?), fishing, cruising and picnicking. To view more about Benton Harbor, click here: Benton Harbor

Tawas Point Lighthouse is also a sight to see. This lighthouse is located on land jutting out (almost considered a peninsula but didn’t quite make the grade) in the Tawas Point State Park, nicknamed the “Cape Cod of the Midwest”. This particular bay is fantastic for fishermen, bird enthusiasts, and sailors. One of the best parts about this lighthouse is the drive getting there. Highway 23, or better known as, the Sunrise Side Coastal Highway. This highway is unique that in much of northern Lake Huron, it is primarily publicly owned, therefore creating a large backdrop not populated by privately owned properties. To learn more about Tawas City and see vacation rentals too, click here: Tawas City

Presque Isle Lighthouse is one of the oldest lighthouses and tallest lighthouse that you climb on the Great Lakes. This romantic lighthouse has been in business for over 175 years and hosts many events throughout the anniversary weekend such as wagon rides, campfires, etc.

Presque Isle Lighthouse

Presque Isle Lighthouse

It has been considered a haunted lighthouse by its previous owners. Don’t worry, this ghost is a very nice gost. To check out the video: 

Experience West #Michigan at it Finest. Arrive by #Ferry?

No one has ever said this while sitting in downtown Chicago traffic, “I love sitting bumper to bumper, and the person next to me banging really loud music with their window down”.


Well, especially as a vacationer we want to avoid traffic, right? We could learn a lot about maximizing our potential for a really great vacation while saving time and having fun doing it. Have you thought about using the Lake Express? This really neat ferry is the first high speed ferry to go between Milwaukee, WI and Muskegon, Michigan. It allows 46 cars and 12 motorcycles So, for those of us that vacation in Michigan, let’s take a look about what the Lake Express is all about.

The Lake Express offers two round trips a day during the spring and fall and even adds a third trip during high peak summer season. A one way ride is 2 ½ hours of exquisite views from the deck, comfortable seating, meals, movies in a temperature controlled cabin. There’s still time to ride; the Express operates early May through early November. So stretch out those car cramped legs and let’s begin thinking why the Lake Express is a great add-on to your Michigan vacation!

Whether you live in Wisconsin or near the border of Illinois and want to take the ferry over to Michigan for your vacation, or you could be vacationing in Michigan and want to check out what Milwaukee and surrounding areas has to offer, this ferry could be for you!

The Lake Express lets you avoid tolls, 270 miles of heavy traffic and unexpected construction. It also lets you experience some of the most magnificent sunrises and sunsets over the majestic Lake Michigan. Inside the cabin, light lunches, café drinks, and alcoholic beverages are available as well as on board entertainment. Be sure to take anti-nausea medication, even if you don’t think need it though because Lake Michigan can get almighty sometimes and the waves can be 4-5 feet tall.

What to do after you get to your terminal? Milwaukee has some of the best shopping, breweries, cheese factories, live entertainment and an eclectic downtown for everyone to enjoy! Be sure to check out the Miller Brewing company while you’re there! Just to the north of Muskegon are some cabins in Whitehall, MI. Enjoy events, gastronomy options, lighthouses and more there.

If you’re looking to vacation or a weekend getaway in Michigan, we can list a few great things! The beaches in Michigan right off the Lake would fool you into thinking you are on a southern coast. With many public beaches and state parks, it makes this area of the country truly breathtaking. If kids are on the trip, the words “I’m bored” can barely escape their mouths as there is plenty of water sports, beach activities, festivals, and even Michigan Adventure, an amusement park close by for the thrill seekers! You can also enjoy many of the lighthouses, waterfalls, premier lakefront golfing and quaint shopping.

michigan adventure

To check out vacation rentals in this area, we have a few listed but check out the link for all area accommodations, where we are sure you will see more than fit! Check out all of what West Michigan can offer!

Classy Shacks: These are hardly shacks but beautiful bungalows and vacation rental homes right on the golf course and less than 1 mile from the sugary Silver Beach. This bungalow can sleep the entire family with plenty of space. Try para-sailing, skiing, boating, fishing and definitely golfing at this premier vacation rental!

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Sandy Bottom Beach House: This beach house sleeps 12 which makes it perfect for two families. Imagine grilling out on the deck that overlooks the sand dunes just steps away from the waterfront. A pure slice of heaven!

Classy shaks sandy bottom

When you send an inquiry, or call about any listing on, you’re communicating directly with the vacation rental owner or property manager — the expert who will help you create a memorable vacation experience and give you tips on how to ‘live like a local’. You book direct too. That way you avoid possibly paying more or getting double-booked.

Relax. Enjoy your search. You’re on cabin time now.

3 Cherry Cottages? Jackpot!

Better than Las Vegas slots, these “3 Cherry’s” will win your heart. Imagine spending a long weekend or week relaxing at a cottage between the bluffs of Lake Michigan and the vibrant shores of Muskegon Lake. Choose from Cherry Cottages 1, 2 and 3!  Check out the 3 cottages and all of our Muskegon, MI Blufton Harbor cabins.

cherry1Recommended sightseeing adventures must include boating & sailing, and fishing charters – Muskegon Lake is home to 10 marinas and 3000 boat slips. Lots to do in Muskegon: boating & kayaking, shelling & beach combing, wildlife viewing, miniature golf, shopping.

The back yard has a large fire pit, and fire wood is provided free of charge. Cottages are so close to Lake Michigan that at night you can hear the waves! Great biking starts right here! (2) 10-speed bikes are available, plus one old fashion bike with a basket – think Wizard of Oz! Your vacation starts at the cottage of course, but look whats nearby: 26 miles of sugar sand beaches and dunes, 60 miles of wilderness trails, Adventure Amusement and Water Park. Winter means snow and dropping temperatures, but there’s no lull in activities at the cabin or in nearby Muskegon.

This Muskegon resort area was the summer hangout for Buster Keaton and other vaudeville characters. You’ll live like a local in the ‘Actors Colony’ – a term still used today. Make ask about the many Muskegon seasonal events and day trips to Lake Michigan beaches. At you compare rentals and Muskegon lodging here, then book DIRECTLY with the owners. Did you know, renting through middleman booking websites costs up to 30% more?

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Michigan is a 4-season vacation destination: 11,037 inland lakes, plus Michigan borders four of the five Great Lakes. It has more miles of fresh water shoreline than any other state. Michigan cabin rentals are surrounded by  6,500 miles of hiking, biking and snowmobile trails and a number of skiing areas.

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You have to see Marsee’s #MichiganCabins

See what’s happening on Michigan’s largest inland lake and at one of Houghton Lake, Michigan’s lake resorts. Marsee’s Landing is the perfect Michigan resort for a couple’s getaway, family vacation, or a family reunion. 8 cabins to choose from too! See their Houghton Lake rentals.
How many chances do you get to experience waking up in a premier cottage on a 22,000 acre all recreational lake? Houghton Lake offers great fishing possibilities for walleye, pike, bass and bluegill!

Houghton Lake rentals in Houghton Lake, MI add to your vacation experience. Why stay at a hotel when you can rent a private cottage on the lake. Marsee’s Resort has 150′ of lakefront, a 100’ dock, rowboats and oars, boat moorings, and a fish cleaning station. Because you connect and book directly with the resort owners, make sure you ask them about area events: Fall color tour, Historical Museums, Zubler’s Indian Pow Wow, Rocking Horse Gift Shop and Homemade Fudge. Art shows have both local artists, as well as artists from all over the state. We have cabin rentals all over Michigan too: See our entire map of Michigan vacation rentals.

Why is Houghton Lake, MI called Tip-Up Town? Thousands of Michigan, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois residents return to “the ice” each year to participate in the largest Winter Festival in Michigan. So big there is a vendor map. Why not rent an ice shanty for a day then return to your Houghton Lake rental at night? Marsee’s Resort cabins in Roscommon County are located in the center of northern Michigan’s lower peninsula – home to Michigan’s other great inland lakes and several unique events: Winterfest, Jr Muffin Pursuit Races, ATV Jamboree.


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Michigan is a 4-season vacation destination: 11,037 inland lakes, plus Michigan borders four of the five Great Lakes. It has more miles of fresh water shoreline than any other state. Michigan cabin rentals are surrounded by  6,500 miles of hiking, biking and snowmobile trails and a number of skiing areas.

Thank you for supporting the Michigan rental owners and local property managers who list on Avoid those middleman booking website commissions – always BOOK vacation rentals DIRECTLY with owners and local managers. Tell your family and friends about our great regional websites!

See you at the Seney! is proud to list the Seney Lodge in the Manistique Lakes region of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan – Curtis, MI area lodging at its best. If lodging for 9 is required, the Seney Lodge on the majestic Manistique River is for you. Start your day, or end it with a relaxing soak in their 7 person Sundance hot tub on the deck (June-Sept). Their unique park like setting is near the southern entrance to the Seney National Wildlife Refuge, so pack your hiking boots and camera.


seney1After a day or two relaxing on the river banks, you’ll want to enjoy the Manistique Lakes (20,000 acres of waterpark) and many year-round events. Get ready for a unique cabin vacation at a unique waterfront Village. Seney Lodge is surrounded by the three beautiful Manistique Lakes – the largest lake complex in the UP. Plan on visiting Mackinac Island, nestled in the straits of Mackinac where the upper and lower peninsulas of Michigan meet, and Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. Multicolored sandstone cliffs, beaches, sand dunes and waterfalls.

Inside this Upper Peninsula lodge are plenty of surprises. A large gourmet kitchen. The living room is centered around a one-of-a-kind log and stone fireplace.

The Seney Wilderness Lodge is affiliated with Sunset Pines Resort, a traditional family resort on 4,000 acre S. Manistique Lake (15 min. from the lodge). Your reservation at the Lodge includes a 16′ deep V boat & docking at the Sunset Pines Resort on S. Manistique Lake. Fishing? Yup. In the Seney refuge, you can fish a 3 mile loop or from the fishing pier (northern pike, perch, brook trout). Snowmobiling? For sure. Seney lodge is located on a primary snowmobile trail which interconnects the entire Upper Peninsula. ATVing? Definitely! There are lots of ATV & ORV trails if you want to get your mud on.


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