Upper Peninsula B&Bs
What travelers from the past have said about Michigan’s Upper Peninsula….
- Some surveyors around 1840: “Destined by soil and climate to remain forever a wilderness.”
But let’s discount that because it was written before copper mining put the UP on the map and long before the Mackinac Bridge connected Upper and Lower Michigan.
- Lonely Planet guidebook, 2016: “Spectacular in all seasons.”
- Lonely Planet, 2017: “One of the ‘Ten Best Value’ travel destinations in the world” (the only U.S. destination listed).
- New York Times, 2017: “There’s almost nothing small about the Upper Peninsula…. In square miles, the Upper Peninsula is bigger than Maryland. Its beauty is outsize…. It is also remote.”
You can’t “do” the Upper Peninsula in a few days, or even 10 days, in one season. It has just too many waterfalls, lighthouses, forests, museums, mountain vistas, Great Lakes views and more. Whatever interests take you to the UP, trust innkeepers at Upper Peninsula B&Bs to give you great suggestions about how best to spend the time you do have.
Any season is a .perfect time to enjoy a stay in Michigan Upper Peninsula B&Bs. Start with this list.