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ron_s
11-29-2009, 07:50 PM
This year I would like to ride for the first time in the far eastern UP, and am looking for recommendations for cabins, resorts, or other good places to stay.


From looking at a map, it looks like Kinross, Rudyard are pretty centrally located, but I did not know which are the good places to stay around that area.

I would like a centrally location so I could ride up to the Soo, east to Drummond Island, and west Trout Lake, and north to Brimley.


I usually like to get a 2 bedroom cabin that is on the trail with gas and restaurants nearby.


Any suggestions?

Thanks,

Ron Saltzmann

262-617-7048

rsaltzmann@dccil.com

zrt001
11-29-2009, 08:36 PM
I would try to stay north snow can be hit or miss in the kinross/ rudyard area. Lots of roads in that area too. Just depends on the year and conditions.


I would try Brimely, strongs, or Hulbert area. We ride out of trout lake and you can always ride north of 28.

polarisrider1
11-29-2009, 11:29 PM
Cedarville has a nice hotel, Cedarville Inn. with gas and restaurants nearby. They have a pool and hot tub. etc. Drummond to the east, Trout lake to the west, The Soo to the north.

mrarctic
11-29-2009, 11:35 PM
Trout lake is a good place to start we have a cabin on frenchman and from there you can pretty much go anywhere stay at the hotel in town its called Mcgowens nice place clean rooms and always friendly

polarisrider1
11-30-2009, 12:17 AM
Ron, Another nice place with lots of riding is Bay Mills Casino. They have a snowmobiler pkg. ask for it! great food. You can reach all the places mentioned from there. No pool, no hot tub. Did I say Great food! Sleds are watched by security cameras.

dopp
11-30-2009, 07:50 AM
there are very few places in the kinross /rudyard area.
Hulbert has a nice place called the snow shu inn
the have six or eight cabins