|Curtis Michigan is surrounded by the largest lake complex in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Vacationers enjoy a variety of year-round recreational opportunities and events. We are also within an hour of a multitude of Eastern Upper Peninsula attractions: Tahquamenon Falls, Whitefish Point & Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, Tahquamenon Falls Wilderness Excursion (Toonerville Trolley), Seney Wildlife Refuge, Oswald's Bear Ranch, Crisp Point Lighthouse, Big Springs Palms Book State Park, and Garlyn Zoo just to name a few.|
|A Unique Waterfront Village
Curtis is a one of a kind waterfront village bordered by the Manistique lakes. Visitors will find everything in one area to fulfill your vacation needs: lodging, restaurants, lounges / taverns, recreational rentals, bait and tackle shops, area golf courses, gift & antique shops, attractions, floral shops, gas / grocery stores.
Manistique Lakes Complex
Curtis Michigan is located in Mackinac County in the center of the Manistique Lakes. If you enjoy water recreation then the Manistique Lakes Area has the vacation for you. The six major lakes are: North Manistique Lake at 1,722 acres; Big Manistique Lake at 10,130 acres; South Manistique Lake at 4,001 acres; Milakokia Lake at 1,956 acres; Lake Ann Louise at 311 acres; and Millecoquins Lake at 1,890 acres.
|Manistique Lakes Lodging
The MLATB has a variety of quality lodging to fit your needs. Whether you are looking for lakefront, riverfront, pet-friendly, or perhaps the perfect hunting and fishing cabin, our members have the place for you. Our members offer a diverse selection of accommodations and amenities for vacationers.
Curtis Michigan Things to Do
Vacationers enjoy a variety of year-round recreational opportunities, year-round events, spectacular accommodations, water-filled activities, and the Erickson Center which hosts art, music and physical enrichment activities. Please visit the Events Calendar to find dates on: Art on the Lake Celebration, Independence Day "Largest Little Town Parade", and Music in the Park just to name a few.
Summer visitors enjoy world-class fishing, hunting, mushrooming, canoeing, kayaking, boating, sailing, swimming, jet skiing, and ATV & ORVing.
Winter enthusiasts will love snowmobiling, cross country skiing, ice fishing, and our winter festivals. We groom and maintain 140 miles of snowmobile trails. Trails branch out in every direction and connect with the myriad of trails that total 2,500 miles. We are conveniently located in the middle of this trail system.
You can explore the entire Eastern Upper Peninsula from your central location here in Curtis, Michigan.