Looking for daily inspiration and ideas for things to do with kids this week? From at-home family fun, to winter…
An upside of virtual school and remote work, is that you have flexibility to explore new places. If you need a change of scenery this winter, here are cabin rentals worth checking out. Pod up with family or friends for added comradery and special memories.
This modern cottage is great for place to feel like you’re at home, while you’re away. It’s also a short drive away from the Muskegon Winter Sports Park for all your favorite winter sports – including the luge!
Amenities: 3 bedrooms/4 beds/ 2 bath
Rate: $183 per night
Have the best of both worlds. Stay on the property and enjoy walking the trail thru the woods, evening campfires while the kids play on the play center or take a trip to the ORV dunes and take in the beautiful Lake Michigan sunset.
Amenities: 4 bedrooms/10 beds/ 2 bath
Rate: $199 per night
Dream Catcher Cabin is right out of a story book. The wooden cabin offers rustic fun for grown-ups and magical miniature playland for kids!
Amenities: 3 bedrooms/5 beds/ 2.5 bath
Rate: $223 per night
Take a break from busy and relax at Brown’s Lake, a private 12-acre lake, on 120 acres providing miles of hiking trails, including a 1.3-mile loop around the lake.
Amenities: 4 bedrooms/6 beds/ 2 bath
Rate: $255 per night
Put on Frozen 2 soundtrack and start belting it out with Christoff ‘I’m lost in the woods’. This cabin is off the beaten path on 3.6 acres and a perfect place to hide away from it all. A 15 minute drive from South Haven you can make time to explore a quaint downtown and see Lake Michigan too.
Amenities: 3 bedrooms/5 beds/ 1 bath
Rate: $312 per night
Tom’s Cabin on Pioneer Pointe is a late 1800’s hand-hewed logger’s cabin located along the Au Sable River. Skiers can go to Hanson Hills to hit the slopes.
Amenities: 3 bedrooms/8 beds/ 2 bath
Rate: $431 per night
The beauty of the UP is breathtaking any time of year. Bundle up and prepare for a snowed in adventure at one of these stunning overnight stays.
Call up friends or family and plan some time away. This large house is perfect for large groups and located close to the Hiawatha National Forest.
Amenities: 4 bedrooms/6 beds/ 3.5 bath
Rate: $300 per night
This place is perfect for a change of pace. Recently remodeled it’s cozy and feels like home but with the perks of a sauna, jetted tub and foosball.
Amenities: 3 bedrooms/5 beds/ 3 bath
Rate: $400 per night
Photo credit: AirBnB
About Carrie Budzinski
Carrie Budzinski is the Vice President of LittleGuide Detroit. She grew up in Livonia and Detroit and continues to live life in both cities. Carrie loves exploring the city and finding hidden gems in the suburbs..