Brown Trout & Falls Motels

Address: 2510 Nelson Ave., Boyne Falls, Michigan, 49713, United States | Motel
 
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This motel, located on 2510 Nelson Ave., Boyne Falls, is near Avalanche Bay Indoor Waterpark, Boyne Mountain, Solace Spa, and Monument.
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    Travel Blogs from Boyne Falls

    Lower Michigan

    A travel blog entry by boysplus on Jul 08, 2015

    3 comments, 26 photos

    ... up with a 40 minute delay getting across the border and continuing our trip. We finally make it to the Gaylord KOA about 5 PM. It is a beautiful campground and although it is quite large, it is really quiet. After being sleep deprived for the past several days due to the late nights visiting with family we were really looking forward to a good nights rest.

    ....the pouring rain started about 11 ...

    Sault Ste. Marie to Gaylord Michigan

    A travel blog entry by bendtla on Jul 05, 2015

    1 comment, 3 photos

    To get to the U.S. at Sault Ste. Marie you have to take the International bridge over the St. Marie river which is where Lake Superior dumps into Lake Huron. The Canadian Shield has been replaced by a bit of farmland, but the trees are still plentiful, I even saw a maple syrup farm. It's all about the bridges today! For a toll of $4 you get to cross the awesome Mackinac Bridge which takes you from St. Ignace to Mackinaw ...

    Finally an RV Resort that is truly a Resort!

    A travel blog entry by ingram.mho1 on Jun 15, 2015

    3 comments, 34 photos

    ... It was so nice outside that we decided to take a table on the deck so we could watch the boats. We hadn't even ordered before we decided it was too cold - the wind was blowing and we had on shorts - so we knew it was only going to get cooler so we moved inside. This dining experience was a step up from our usual Rush's Sunday night hot dog!!

    We followed the shore line back into Petoskey enjoying the views. We are in a ...

    Day 50 Macinaw City to Boyne City, MI Mlie: 2,671

    A travel blog entry by biketrip2014 on Aug 25, 2014

    2 comments, 23 photos

    ... period, the land we know as Michigan was located near the equator. Covered by a warm, shallow, saltwater sea, the colonial coral hexagonaria percarinata thrived with other marine life in tropical reefs. The earth’s plates moved and pushed Michigan north to the 45th parallel and above sea level, which created dry land formations. ...

    Saying Goodbye and Heading to "Down State"

    A travel blog entry by pjnedry on Aug 19, 2014

    3 photos

    ... we think) sandhill cranes . . . that we saw on the trip into Marquette! No picture this time, though!!

    Oh, the night before, while stilling on Nick & Connie's sheltered patio, Nick thought he saw an animal . . . he wanted me to get up and look at it, but when I got out of my chair, it made a noise and I spooked it. Nick mentioned it, and Carol thought she had seen something, too . . . and it looked like a wolf! Nick knew it was bigger than a fox . . . ...