How long has Cedar Point been around?
Answer : The cabins of Cedar Point were built sometime in the 50s. It was last known as the Copper Eagle, and before that it was the Eagles Landing. Prior to that we have no history at this time.
Why would I want to come to Cedar Point Cabins?
Answer: The Keweenaw and Lake Superior are the big draws. Cedar Point sits across from Lookout Mountain and there is often mist hanging in the mountains. The sight lets the mind reflect. In May and June we have turtles using the property as nesting digs. We are trying to protect the digs from predators so if any one has ideas help. At times you can see a number of beaver busying themselves with daily chores. Lake Bailey is shallow and motor boats are rare. Instead we have canoes and kayaks for guests to explore the lake. We have no televisions in the cabins. We want our guests to get out of the ordinary routine.
What is your season?
Answer: We now open all year long.
How is Lake Bailey fishing?
Answer: There are perch and pike in deeper areas of the lake. The pike are small but put up a great fight.
Can I hike from my Cabin?
Answer: Yes! Cedar Point has no neighbors for 1/2 a mile. We are in a wilderness setting and surrounded by Nature Conservancy property. You can wake up in the morning and enter an environment far different from what you are used to. Whether it is a brisk walk, run, bike, kayak or canoe outing, there is something for everyone.
Are you located right on the Lake Superior Shore?
Answer: We are not on Lake Superior. From the top of our driveway you look down over Little Grand Marais Harbor some 100 feet down and through the woods. My routine in the morning is get a cup of coffee and walk up the hill to overlook Gitchee-gumme, then back down to the dock on Lake Bailey and look over the water to Lookout and Brockway Mountains. In the evening I'll repeat the sequence. Naturally, we are a short car ride from everything, whether it is shopping, golf or agate hunting. The Brockway Mountain Scenic Drive is minutes away, with breathtaking views of Lake Superior, freighters, and of course, beautiful sunsets.