Relax in comfort while you enjoy all that the Seney area has to offer.
Twin Pines Lodging is located only 5 miles north of the Seney National
Wildlife Refuge where visitors often see Trumpeter Swans in the Show
Pools, Eagles soaring overhead, and geese parading around the Visitor
Center.This is an ideal location for birders and photographers who
want to spot some of the unusual birds and wildlife that make the
Refuge their home. You also might see beaver, river otter, fox, or an
occasional moose.Even if you are not a bird watcher, the Seney Refuge
is a great stop for visitors. The Visitor Interpretive Center has
exhibits, nature programs, and special events.
The Seney Wildlife Refuge may be toured by car, bicycle, canoe, or on
foot. Canoe and kayak rentals at Big Cedar Campground in Germfask. The
7 mile Marshland Drive takes about an hour and includes three
observation platforms with spotting scopes.
The Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is only a short drive and offers
hiking trails and outstanding scenery, or you might enjoy visiting
Seul Choix Lighthouse and Museum on Lake Michigan
Twin Pines Lodging is within walking distance of the famed Fox River,
the source of Ernest Hemingway's Nick Adams Fishing story and one of
Michigan's Blue Ribbon Trout Streams, or try your luck in the other
rivers and nearby lakes.
Winter brings lots of snow to the Seney area and Twin Pines Lodging is
located 1/4 mile from the main snowmobile trail with direct trail
access so you can ride from the door. These trails connect throughout
the Upper Peninsula so you can ride all over on the groomed trails.
Head up to Grand Marais for lunch or over to the Munising area and
ride in the Hiawatha National Forest. Snowmobile rentals in town.
Cross Country Skiers will enjoy the Northern Hardwoods groomed
cross-country ski trails in the Seney Refuge. Ski rentals nearby.
Twin Pines Lodging vacation home is conveniently located within
walking distance of the grocery store, restaurant, post office, bank,
and area businesses. The Seney Historical Museum in the old railroad
depot has very interesting logging exhibits and a nice Hemingway
collection. The Township Park is close by with a playground and