Drummond Island Net – Lodging and Recreation, Drummond Island, Michigan

Jeep The Mac – St. Ignace to Drummond Island – April 21 – 23, 2017

Annual spring jeep migration from Mackinac Bridge to Drummond Island.

Turtle Ridge Off-Road Park features all levels of difficulty. It is located on private property owned by the Drummond Island Resort and Conference Center.

We are offering free entry to all Jeep the Mac participants on Saturday, April 22 with signed waiver (participants must show arm band provided).

Since Turtle Ridge is on private land, no trail sticker is required. Call us to book your lodging before we fill up! 800.999.6343

<>

Visit Drummond Island Resort on Facebook >>>>

<>

Drummond Island Resort On Facebook

Below are the latest postings from the Drummond Island Resort Page On Facebook.

<>

Wednesday September 5th, 2018 - 4:47 pm

Drummond Island Resort & Conference Center

Our Director of Sales, Brittany, enjoyed a visit to American Expedition Vehicles - AEV today! If you aren’t familiar with their accessories and packages- check them out! #wheelinwednesday #aev #builtindetroit #jeep #turtleridgepark ... See MoreSee Less

Our Director of Sales, Brittany, enjoyed a visit to American Expedition Vehicles - AEV today! If you aren’t familiar with their accessories and packages- check them out! #wheelinwednesday #aev #builtindetroit #jeep #turtleridgepark

 

Comment on Facebook

Looks like the perfect place to find a Jeep for the DI jeep jamboree!

Sunday September 2nd, 2018 - 11:46 pm

Drummond Island Resort & Conference Center

Congratulations Paul & Rachel! ... See MoreSee Less

Wednesday August 29th, 2018 - 6:17 pm

Drummond Island Resort & Conference Center

Labor Day weekend is approaching. We have a few cabins left if you are still looking to get away. Book online or call us direct at (906) 493-1000. ... See MoreSee Less

Labor Day weekend is approaching.  We have a few cabins left if you are still looking to get away.  Book online or call us direct at (906) 493-1000.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

Comment on Facebook

Jam e Muszynski look up this

Load more

<>

Visit Drummond Island Resort On Facebook >>>

<>

 
 

Drummond Island Jeep Jamboree – June 15 – 17, 2017

Jeep JamboreeDensely wooded and rocky trails wind through this northern Michigan sportsman’s paradise of more than 40 inland lakes and 150 miles of shoreline.

A short trip by ferry takes you to this gem of an island located just off of Michigan’s remote Eastern Upper Peninsula. Drummond’s trails consist of rugged terrain, mud and water, breathtaking vistas, and scenic bays.

One of the many highlights of this Jamboree is Marble Head where your Jeep® brings participants to the edge of 90-foot bluffs looking down at Lake Huron. And it’s not unusual to see some spectacular wildlife (deer, bear, eagles) that call this island home.

Tow points and CB Radio Mandatory.

<>

Visit Drummond Island Jeep Jamboree Website >>>>

<>

 
 

Drummond Island Golf Classic – July 3, 2017

Drummond Island Golf ClassicIt’s the 29th Annual Drummond Island Golf Classic, and although it isn’t on the pro tour this year, it should be on your calendar.

No matter what shape your golf game is in, you’re invited to join us for the tournament, lunch, and dinner.

Tournament Registration:

Please send with your check to 2017 Drummond Island Golf Classic, c/o Pamela Johnson, P.O. Box 200, Drummond Island, MI 49726. Questions? Please call Pam at 800. 737.8666 or
906.493.5245.

For Lodging please call: 800.999.6343

<>

Visit the Drummond Island Golf Classic on Facebook >>>>

<>

 
 

Great Lakes Traditional Arts Gathering – July 19 – 23, 2017

Father’s Day River Cruise
2017 Early Bird Registration is NOW OPEN!

Current information reflects 2016 (recent past) GLTAG offerings…. 2017 Content coming soon…

Immerse yourself in the rich diversity of traditional arts, crafts, and natural wonders of the Great Lakes region…

Spend four days working directly with the regionĘĽs most noted traditional artists, craftspeople, historians and naturalists in small group settings – with dozens of workshops for both adults and children. Forge your own fire steel, help build a moose skin canoe, weave a rabbit skin blanket, learn to process wild rice, work with a master falconer, explore the waters around Drummond island in a replica 1870s wooden ship, and much more. Take home an assortment of beautiful and functional traditional crafts and new skills. Evenings feature acoustic music, star gazing and traditional storytelling by campfire.

Discover the magic of the Great Lakes Traditional Arts Gathering, where the embers of age old traditions are rekindled and the stories of the land and lakes come to life.

<>

Visit Great Lakes Traditional Arts Gathering Website >>>>

<>

 
 

Summer Wine Dinner – Bayside Dining – July 24, 2016

Summer Wine Dinner - Bayside DiningBayside will be celebrating the Summer Season with it’s Annual Wine Dinner on July 24th!

WHAT:
Summer Wine Dinner @ Bayside Dining

WHEN:
Sunday, July 24th
Cocktails @ 6PM. Dinner served @ 7PM

WHERE:
Bayside Dining located on the shore @ The Drummond Island Resort and Conference Center.

For more information go to the Resort’s official website at www.drummondisland.com

<>

Visit Summer Wine Dinner – Bayside Dining On Facebook >>>>

<>

 
 

Drummond Island – Fall on the Island Festival – October 12 – 14, 2018


Every autumn, nature puts on a brilliant show of color on Drummond Island. From bright yellows to vibrant reds, the leaves transform the landscape, showing off their rich and intense hues.

Every year people flock here to take in the fall foliage, to catch a glimpse of nature’s splendor.

Now they come not only for the colors – they come for the Festival too!

Join us on the Island the second weekend in October every year for one of the largest Fall Festivals in the EUP! Enjoy incredible food from our area restaurants and listen to a talented line-up of musicians while sipping one of the tasty craft beers from Lily’s Seafood Grill & Brewery of Royal Oak.

Come for the colors – stay for the fun!

Entertainment for the entire family!

<>

Visit Fall on the Island Festival Website >>>>

<>

 
 

DeTour Reef Light Preservation Society – Father’s Day River Cruise – June 21, 2015

Father’s Day River CruiseThe DeTour Reef Light Preservation Society is proud to present the 18th annual Father’s Day River Cruise on the St. Mary’s River. The cruise is operated by Soo Locks Boat Tours from Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan, and provides a comprehensive, narrated tour of the St. Mary’s River. Along the tour you’ll get to see the DeTour Reef Light up close and conclude the tour with a trip through the historic Soo Locks.

Father’s Day is Sunday, June 21, 2015. The cost of the trip is $95 per person if booked prior to March 1, 2015, and $105 if booked March 1, 2015, or later. Your trip will include a narrated tour, breakfast buffet, lunch, afternoon snacks, and a chance to win door prizes. Soo Locks Boat Tours will also be providing a cash bar. A portion of your ticket price is tax deductible, and all profits will be used for restoration and preservation efforts of the DeTour Reef Lighthouse.

Boarding begins at 9:45 AM at the DeTour Ferry Dock with departure at 10:05 AM. The boat tour concludes at Soo Locks Boat Tours Dock #2. Options for departing from Sault Ste. Marie in the morning or returning to DeTour Village at the end of the cruise are available. See the Father’s Day Cruise Application below in PDF format for additional information.

Treat Dad this year with a trip on the historic St. Mary’s River, the Soo Locks and the DeTour Reef Light!

<>

Visit Father’s Day River Cruise Website >>>>

<>

 
 

THE 61st ANNUAL MACKINAC BRIDGE WALK – September 3, 2018

The Mackinac Bridge Authority, the St. Ignace Area Chamber of Commerce and the Greater Mackinaw Area Chamber of Commerce would like to make your Bridge Walk as pleasant as possible and offer the following information:

As it was for the 2017 Annual Bridge Walk, the Mackinac Bridge will be closed to public traffic form 6:30 a.m. to noon on Monday, Sept. 3, 2018, to accommodate the 2018 Annual Bridge Walk.

No bus transportation across the bridge will be available this year. Walkers who decide to walk across the entire bridge will need to arrange their own transportation back to the end of the bridge where they started – after the bridge reopens to public traffic at noon.

There is limited parking space available west of the Mackinac Bridge Authority plaza area. Free parking and shuttle service is being provided by the St. Ignace Chamber of Commerce and St. Ignace Visitor’s Bureau and is available at Little Bear East Arena.

There is no fee or registration required to participate in the walk.

The walk begins at 7 a.m. You may start walking any time after the governor’s party starts the walk at approximately 7 a.m. No one will be permitted to start after 11:30 a.m., so make sure you arrive early.

This year, the walk begins in St. Ignace at the north end of the Mackinac Bridge in the Upper Peninsula, and in Mackinaw City at the south end of the bridge in the Lower Peninsula. To participate in the walk you may:

** Walk from either end of the bridge, then turn around at the midpoint and return to the community where you started the walk. Beginning at 10 a.m., the turnaround point will be moved towards the ends of the bridge, but you may start walking up until 11:30 a.m.

** Walk from either end of the bridge, and continue across to the other side. This option is most like previous bridge walks. However, since bus transportation across the bridge will not be available, walkers who choose this option will need to arrange for their own transportation back across after the bridge reopens at noon. Walkers who do not reach the midpoint of the bridge before 10 a.m. will be turned back.

** Walk from either end of the bridge, continuing across to the other side, then walking back to the end of the bridge you started from. This options will mean a 10-mile round trip for participants. If walkers in this option do not reach the midpoint of the bridge on their return trip by 10 a.m. will be turned back.

Walkers will use the left-hand outside paved lane as they walk onto the bridge, regardless of which end of the bridge they start from. Walkers who turn back at the midpoint will turn right, then return using the opposite side outside paved lane. Walkers who choose to cross the entire bridge will stay in the left-hand outside paved lane all the way across.

The Michigan State Police and other official personnel will be available in the event of an emergency. Please note, there are no restrooms on the bridge and the average length of time to walk the bridge is about two hours. Portable toilets will be located in St. Ignace and Mackinaw City.

Baby strollers and wheelchairs are allowed on the bridge during the walk. Prohibited items include signs, banners, umbrellas, bicycles, roller skates, skateboards, wagons and similar types of devices. With the sole exception of working service dogs, no animals are allowed. Walkers must stay away from bridge railings and the center mall which divides the walkers from the vehicular traffic. Except for pre-qualified, registered participants in the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness Run, no running or racing is permitted on the bridge. Playing tag on the bridge is not permitted and no smoking on the bridge, please. For information on the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness Run, please go to www.michiganfitness.org or contact the Governor’s Council at 517-347-7891.

You will receive a numbered bridge walk certificate at the completion of your walk. Certificates will be distributed at both ends of the bridge.

Individuals under the age of 18 should have the permission of a parent or guardian to participate in the walk. Any two or more people walking together should make plans for a meeting place in the event that they become separated during the walk.

Disclaimer of liability: Before beginning the walk, all participants should carefully determine that they are physically fit and medically able to participate in the annual walk since the physical strain of the walk could lead to serious health problems. Participants should also understand that walking involves risks of injury from falls due to the surface condition of the bridge, contact with other participants, and the effects of weather including high heat and/or humidity. THE STATE OF MICHIGAN, MACKINAC BRIDGE AUTHORITY, ST. IGNACE AREA CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, MACKINAW AREA CHAMBER OR COMMERCE, AND ALL THEIR RESPECTIVE EMPLOYEES, AGENTS, VOLUNTEERS AND SPONSORS ASSUME NO OBLIGATIONS WITH REGARD TO SUCH RISKS AND SPECIFICALLY DISCLAIM ANY AND ALL LIABILITY ARISING FROM ANY WALKER’S PARTICIPATION IN THE ANNUAL WALK.

As in the past, persons who need reasonable accommodations due to disability may contact the Mackinac Bridge Authority by Aug. 31, 2018 at 906-643-7600. TTY users may call the Michigan Relay Center at 800-649-3777.

<>

Visit Mackinac Bridge Walk Website >>>>

<>

Mackinac Bridge – Photos From Instagram

Tag your Mackinac Bridge Walk instagram photos with #mackinacbridge or #mightymacwalk17 or #mightymacwalk18 and they will appear here in our Mackinac Bridge Instagram Photo Stream.

<>

Visit Mackinac Bridge Walk Website >>>>

<>

 
 

Drummond Island Resort Golf Packages

We are pleased to offer a wide range of packages. Inquire about a customized package for single, double, triple and quad occupancies, and for any combination of golfers and non-golfers in your room if on one of our golf packages.

Golf Package*
Includes overnight accommodations at The Lodge and 18 holes of golf on The Rock.
 
Championship Package*
Includes 2 days of golf, 18 holes’ w/cart on day of arrival and departure, $15 Pins Bar & Grill food credit and overnight stay in hotel.

Off-Road Package*
Includes 2-day permit into Turtle Ridge Off-Road Park for 1 vehicle + 1 passenger, $15 Pins Bar & Grill food credit, Turtle Ridge 4” sticker and overnight stay at The Lodge.

Outdoors-man Package*
Includes 50 rounds at Cedars Sporting Clay Course, use of Drummond Island Sportsman’s Club Archery and Shooting Range, archery targets and paper targets provided and overnight stay at The Lodge.

Fall Color Package*
(valid Sept 4 – October 15)
Includes overnight stay in The Lodge, 1-hour golf cart color tour on The Rock Golf Course and $15 dinner credit at Pins Bar & Grill.  Color tour valid Mon- Fri with lodging on Sun – Thu.

Fly In Package*
Includes shuttle to and from Drummond Island Airport, overnight stay in The Lodge and $15 dinner credit at Pins Bar & Grill.

*Most packages are seasonal and are per person per night, based on double occupancy, plus applicable taxes. Children under 18 stay free in room with parents. All rates subject to change. Weekdays are Sunday – Thursday nights; weekends are Friday and Saturday nights.

Package Rates

Opening-Memorial Day Memorial Day-Labor Day Labor Day-Close
  Weekdays Weekends Weekdays Weekends Weekdays Weekends
Stay and Play Package $93.50 $93.50 $131.50 $131.50 N/A N/A
Championship Package N/A N/A $187.50 $187.50 N/A N/A
Off-Road Package N/A N/A $100.00 $100.00 N/A N/A
Outdoors-man Package $102.00 $102.00 $117.50 $117.50 $117.50 $117.50
Fall Color Package N/A N/A N/A N/A $87.50 $87.50
Fly In Package $87.50 $87.50 $87.50 $87.50 $72.00 $72.00

<>

Visit Drummond Island Resort Website >>>>

<>

 
 

Drummond Island Resort

Drummond Island Resort & Conference Center encompasses 2,000 beautiful acres of woods, water and wildlife. The Resort is located on the north shore of Drummond Island, the largest freshwater island in the United States. Drummond Island is positioned one mile off the eastern tip of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, only 60 miles from the Mackinac Bridge.

The Resort is open year round providing the best of all four seasons. Every amenity and service at the resort is designed to complement your north wood’s experience. Our unique and comfortable accommodations, excellent cuisine, genuine friendly service, and long list of resort activities guarantee a refreshing and satisfying stay.  Our 18 hole championship golf course, The Rock, is a must for golfers.  The course is beautifully designed and home to an abundance of wildlife.  Many deer stroll throughout the course, not bothered by nearby golfers.

The Rock
2008 Golf Digest 4-Star Rating Best Places to Play” Island greens. Long tree-lined fairways. Dog-legs left . Dog-legs right. Abundant wildlife – deer that actually come into play on some holes. The people who love this course play to all levels. They like The Rock because it’s an experience, not just a round of golf. This emerald […]

Lodging

Rustic elegance in a unique, comfortable setting. Each of our executive-style cabins and cottages are entirely unique. With a view of sunsets and the bay, these are proving to be in very high demand. We have several other cottages and log homes available. Most of these 1-5 bedrooms units feature private bathrooms in every bedroom, fireplaces and firewood, full kitchens with coffee makers, comfortable living rooms and grills for that memorable evening barbecue. Special weekly rates are available for all cottages. Our forty-room hotel, “The Lodge” has unique wood construction rooms that feature telephones, televisions with satellite connection,, VCR’s and small refrigerators. Our “loft” rooms feature 2 queen beds on the first level, and a third queen bed up in the loft (perfect for families and small groups).

Meetings & Conferences

Drummond Island Resort & Conference Center’s meeting facilities are designed for maximum productivity and creativity. Woodmoor Lodge has two executive boardrooms where you can roll up your sleeves and get down to business. The boardrooms overlook our trout pond and can accommodate up to 14 persons. Larger meeting and banquet facilities are located at the Bayside waterfront area.

Weddings
The romance of an island, combined with the charming ambiance of our Outdoor Chapel and reception facilities make the Drummond Island Resort & Conference Center a sought after wedding destination. Our culinary creations are exquisite whether you pick from our existing menus or work to create your own.

Recreation

If you have a genuine appreciation for the outdoors, you will enjoy many of the self-guided and structured activities contained within. Over 60% of Drummond Island’s 87,000 acres is state owned, and Drummond boasts of 150+ miles of shoreline. There are far too many activities and sites to experience in a week’s time. And Drummond Island is not just to be experienced in the summer, but in all four seasons.

Drummond Island Resort & Conference Center
33494 S. Maxton Road
Drummond Island, MI 49726
1-800-999-6343

<>

Visit Drummond Island Resort Website >>>>

<>

Drummond Island Resort On Facebook

Below are the latest postings from the Drummond Island Resort Page On Facebook.

<>

Wednesday September 5th, 2018 - 4:47 pm

Drummond Island Resort & Conference Center

Our Director of Sales, Brittany, enjoyed a visit to American Expedition Vehicles - AEV today! If you aren’t familiar with their accessories and packages- check them out! #wheelinwednesday #aev #builtindetroit #jeep #turtleridgepark ... See MoreSee Less

Our Director of Sales, Brittany, enjoyed a visit to American Expedition Vehicles - AEV today! If you aren’t familiar with their accessories and packages- check them out! #wheelinwednesday #aev #builtindetroit #jeep #turtleridgepark

 

Comment on Facebook

Looks like the perfect place to find a Jeep for the DI jeep jamboree!

Sunday September 2nd, 2018 - 11:46 pm

Drummond Island Resort & Conference Center

Congratulations Paul & Rachel! ... See MoreSee Less

Wednesday August 29th, 2018 - 6:17 pm

Drummond Island Resort & Conference Center

Labor Day weekend is approaching. We have a few cabins left if you are still looking to get away. Book online or call us direct at (906) 493-1000. ... See MoreSee Less

Labor Day weekend is approaching.  We have a few cabins left if you are still looking to get away.  Book online or call us direct at (906) 493-1000.Image attachmentImage attachment

 

Comment on Facebook

Jam e Muszynski look up this

Monday August 6th, 2018 - 11:03 pm

Drummond Island Resort & Conference Center

ATTENTION: Golfers with 49725 & 49726 Zip Codes

Resident Golf Rate - Summer (til Sept 16)
18 holes w/cart $39

Resident Golf Rate - Fall (Sept 17 - close)
18 holes w/cart $29

Resident rate applies to guests when accompanied by the resident

906-493-1000 to make tee times
Pro shop now operates out of hotel front desk
... See MoreSee Less

Load more

<>

Visit Drummond Island Resort On Facebook >>>

<>

Drummond Island Resort – Photos via Instagram

The latest photos from the instagram account of Drummond Island Resort.

<>

Drummond Island Resort – Photos via Instagram

Here are the latest photos of Drummond Island Resort via instagram. If you have an instagram photo to share of your visit to Drummond Island Resort, choose “Drummond Island Resort” as your location and your photos will appear in the photo stream below.

<>

<>

Visit Drummond Island Resort Website >>>>

<>

 
 
Drummond Island, Michigan - Lodging, Travel and Recreation - produced by North Guide Internet.