Things To Do


South Manistique Lake is noted for good fishing and for its great variety of fish: Northern Pike, Walleye, Large and Small Mouth Bass, Muskie, Tiger Muskie, and an abundance of Panfish-Perch, Bluegills, Rock Bass and Sunfish. Trout have recently been stocked. Whitefish are also caught in June. Walleyes strike best in May, June, and September. There are Trout streams nearby, also Salmon and Trout trolling on Lake Superior, a short drive from the resort.


The water is crystal clear for bathing. There is a gradual slope from shore; no drop off. The lake bottom is sandy and nice for the smallest of children. There is 250 feet of golden crystal sand, straight out. South Manistique Lake is a 4,001-acre lake in Mackinac County, in the Upper Peninsula state of Michigan. Approximately 4.5 miles (7.2 km) miles long and 2 miles (3.2 km) miles wide, it is oriented in a southwest-northeast direction. The lake’s average depth is 10 feet (3.0 m), and its maximum depth is 29 feet (8.8 m).


With various hiking trails nearby, plenty of opportunities abound for hiking, camping and observing wildlife:


The Curtis area has many stores, restaurants, gift shops, antique shops, and marinas for your pleasure. Also an ATM machine and a gas station. Guests can enjoy our sunsets and the fire works on the 4th of July weekend from their cottage porch.

In addition, we have picnic tables and Weber Grills for your cooking pleasure. And don’t forget a game of badminton, horseshoes and volleyball!