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Where to stay this winter in the Porcupine Mountains

The Porcupine Mountains and Ontonagon County become a snow-covered wonderland every winter, inviting visitors to explore outstanding options for snowmobiling, skiing and more. Good news: hotels, cottages and cabins offer easy access to these snowy splendors. Here’s a closer look at where to stay during your next winter getaway.

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AmericInn Lodge & Suites Silver City

Situated on the shores of Lake Superior, AmericInn Lodge & Suites Silver City is a great home base for winter exploration in the Porcupine Mountains and Ontonagon County. AmericInn is located just minutes from the Porcupine Mountains Ski Area, and Ontonagon County snowmobile trails can be accessed across the street from the parking lot.

On the snowmobile trail? Yes

Distance to ski hill: 4 miles (5 minutes)

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Inn Towne Motel

Head to downtown Ontonagon to find this friendly, family-owned motel. Visitors traveling with a bigger party have the option to have adjoining rooms at the Inn Towne Motel, which is within walking distance of several restaurants and other businesses in Ontonagon. Snowmobile trails are easily accessible from the motel’s parking lot.

On the snowmobile trail? Yes

Distance to ski hill: 17 miles (20 minutes)

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Konteka Black Bear Resort

Located on Main Street in White Pine (just south of the state park), Konteka Black Bear Resort is a quick drive from local attractions and recreation options like the Porcupine Mountains Ski Area. Konteka also sits on the Ontonagon County snowmobile trails and is a one-stop shop where visitors can pick up supplies, fill up their tanks, grab a bite and even bowl a game or two.

On the snowmobile trail? Yes

Distance to ski hill: 10 miles (12 minutes)

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Mountain View Lodges

Cozy up in one of 11 fully equipped cabins—each cabin can sleep up to 6—right on the shores of Lake Superior this winter. Mountain View Lodges is just minutes from the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park and offers cable TV, free WiFi and full kitchens for when you’re relaxing and easy access to the area’s snowmobile trails when you’re up for adventure.

On the snowmobile trail? Yes

Distance to ski hill: 3 miles (5 minutes)

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Peterson’s Cottages

This year-round property just outside of Ontonagon has 14 cottages that sleep 2 to 6 people, plus the larger Cedar Lodge that sleeps up to 12. The property is less than 15 miles from the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park and sits right on Ontonagon County snowmobile trail #12.

On the snowmobile trail? Yes

Distance to ski hill: 15 miles (17 minutes)

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Scott’s Superior Inn & Cabins

Another property located just outside downtown Ontonagon, Scott’s invites visitors to stay in comfortably outfitted rooms and suites or one of the property’s welcoming cabins. Hop on the snowmobile trail and explore Ontonagon County or take the short drive to the Porcupine Mountains Ski Area for downhill skiing, snowboarding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

On the snowmobile trail? Yes

Distance to ski hill: 15 miles (18 minutes)

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Sunshine Motel & Cabins

A pet-friendly spot on Highway M-64 just outside the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, Sunshine Motel & Cabins offers double rooms and queen rooms, as well as small, medium and large cabins for your winter getaway. Take a snowy stroll through the 60 acres of woods on site or enjoy nearby attractions like the state park.

On the snowmobile trail? No

Distance to ski hill: 13 miles (15 minutes)

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Superior Shores Resort

Conveniently situated between the village of Ontonagon and the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park, Superior Shores Resort is a motel and cottage on the shores of Lake Superior that’s a great headquarters for your next winter adventure. Snowmobilers aren’t far from trail access to the east or west, and cross-country skiers can explore 25 miles of trails at the state park or other nearby trails in the Ottawa National Forest.

On the snowmobile trail? No

Distance to ski hill: 11 miles (13 minutes)

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