Jackson Harbor Inn
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this inn rated in the past?
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
Photos of Jackson Harbor Inn
TripAdvisor Reviews Jackson Harbor Inn Washington Island
Travel Blogs from Washington Island
After almost 8 hours on the road we finally made it to Escanaba and our lodging for the night: Sunset Lodge, an independent locally owned motel. They were very welcoming of us and our hounds. A late night bite at Hudsons Bar and Grill and fast asleep. The next morning we woke and did some work before hitting the road around 10:30a to St ...
... green) is dry or with gravy. A few heathens have even been known to put ketchup on their pasty, but those people are generally ignored in polite Yooper society. Our pasties were delicious, and Cindy and I both fell soundly into the "with gravy" side of the debate. After dinner, we wandered next door to an ice cream shop so that Stephanie could get her last Mackinac Island Fudge ice cream cone. After a stop for ...
... of Horicon marsh. I had checked on boat trips here, but the timing didn't work out, so as it was late morning and not a great time of year for birding our visit served mainly to give us a break from driving. But we stood on a drumlin to look at this remnant from the glacier. Then on to the Northern Kettle forest. Again it was mostly just a scenic drive, I had to see a ...
... this trip, but I'm glad I did. It has been a wonderful place to chill out for a few days. I haven't done much while I've been here, hiking, napping, knitting, eating. That's pretty much it. I rented a little cabin up in the woods and it has been a great base for exploring the peninsula. Most mornings have started out with my trusty thermal mug of coffee and Addie dancing in the waves at Whitefish Bay State Park.
Most of the restaurants ...
... The other four times were in Michigan over the last two days. Each time, the Michigan Department of Public Works saw fit to announce this important passage. It's the halfway point between the Equator and the North Pole (did you know that? I didn't). We crossed it in Wisconsin this afternoon and the only demarcation was the 44th Parallel Winery. Wisconsin is clearly much less impressed with it's singular geography.
I stopped in Sturgeon ...