Historic 1940’s Lodge, Ranch and Guest Cabins. This property is a stellar example of a near 40 year pride of ownership and a combination of classic Northern Michigan charm and modern functionality in the Hospitality Industry. A true four season resort offering a center point location for guests to exploring the Upper Peninsula in all directions. Whitefish Point Lighthouse, The Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, Tahquamenon Falls, Soo Locks, Pictured Rocks, Toonerville Trolley and River Boat to name a few. The Ranch and 25 acres fully supports horse, agritourism, hobby farm or Dude Ranch activities with pastures, support barns, outbuildings, shop and garage area for servicing the ranch and lodge equipment and guest gear. The 3 bedroom home with remodeled kitchen and stone fireplace for the Inn keeper and family can be used as a residence or made available to guests as a bed and breakfast and was at one time a restaurant serving local clientele and guests. This area is home to a trail system that offers access throughout the Upper Peninsula for horse, ATV, Off-road, Snow Machine, Adventure Bike, Snow-shoe or Hiking, and provides easy access for many Hunting and Fishing opportunities.