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Questions about a reservation? Contact us on this form or feel free to give us a call at (906) 212-6678.

Need custom check-in dates? While we prefer to reserve the cabin and house on a weekly Saturday-Saturday schedule during the summer, we're happy to try to accommodate you if there are vacancies. Spring, Fall, and Winter have a 3 night minimum. Just let us know what you have in mind and we'll do our best.

Are you interested in booking the entire resort for your family, wedding, party, or special event?? You can! All 5 can be booked right on the sight for any week that it's available at a special rate. Check out the "Complete Resort" listing or contact us here. The resort can accommodate up to 20 people

Wondering how check-in and check-out works? All guests will receive an email 7 days prior to arrival with a helpful pre-trip checklist and 1 day before arrival you'll get check-in information that will include all the information you need to enjoy your stay, including wifi.

Each listing has details on our cancellation policy.

We look forward to hearing from you!

With gratitude,

Zach, Ellie, Bill, & Lori Taylor

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(Summer reservations are typically from Saturday to Saturday. Please call us at (906) 212-6678 or write us above for special accommodations!

Your Stay at Trails End Helps Conserve the Manistique Lakes and the UP!

Our family is now on its 5th generation in the Curtis area, and we believe strongly in preserving it for generations to come. Every one of our guests help support it too! A portion your reservation goes directly to support stocking the lake with Walleye through the Portage Anglers Club and other conversation efforts in the UP.