Why you should book your summer stay now

It’s never too early to start thinking about a summer getaway to the Porcupine Mountains and Ontonagon County in Michigan’s scenic Upper Peninsula. Here are a few reasons why you should book ahead and make your summer vacation plans now.

You’ll have more time to plan your trip

The Porcupine Mountains is so much more than hiking:  Rich in history, mines to tour, abundant waterfalls, quaint artisan shops, and you’ll even find some antiques!  These are just a few ideas that will complement the over 300 miles of hiking trails in Ontonagon County.

You’ll beat the rush on reservations

There’s a reason the hotels, cabins, and cottages in the Porcupine Mountains and Ontonagon County are so full in the summer—it’s the perfect time to visit the area, whether you’re hiking scenic trails, enjoying everything to do on Lake Superior, or exploring local waterfalls. Many of the region’s popular lodging spots—and especially those with top amenities like lake access or private beaches—fill up early for the summer, so it’s a good idea to make your reservations well in advance of your visit.

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