Make Your Summer Fun Reservations Now!
You'll love it up here!
We'd like to thank our new and repeat customers for their patronage and
positive feedback. We want everyone to enjoy themselves and pass the word.
W.P.R. is our little corner of northern Michigan's great outdoors. We have four log cabin style units located right on the upper Manistee river. We also have a small campground with water and electric hookups for RVs. Though the cabins were originally built in the late 1940's their recent renovation has created a cozy if not romantic indoor retreat.
All the cabins have cast iron gas log fireplaces, fully equipped kitchens and cable TV, but no phones.
Early spring is the time for flyfishing on the Manistee. Thats the best time to hit this section of the river.
As time moves into the summer most people come up to canoe or kayak. This is a beginner level paddling river though the upper reaches can require some tight manuevering you can walk across on your knees in most places. It maintains a cool temperature throughout the summer
Late fall brings hunters and get-away weekenders.
As always, we will continue to work around the resort to to improve the facilities and the campground. If you have any suggestions or comments please e-mail us at:
email@example.com or leave a note with our manager.
We are located on the Manistee River 5 miles west of the small town of Frederic in the northern lower peninsula of Michigan off county road 612 approximately 3 hours north of Detroit by I-75. Our Mailing address is:
Frederic, Mi. 49733
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For reservations call us at (989)348-2044 or E-mail us
*Hey canoers! We have a variety of canoes and kayaks
for our guests use. For larger group trips see our list of
*Want to flyfish? There are many instructors and guides
in the area. We encourage a catch and release on this section Manistee river.
*Dirt bike, hiking.... etc. enthusiasts! Check out these links to local maps and info!
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