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Drummond Island Hotel & Vacation Homes
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Drummond Island Hotel Clean. Comfortable. Affordable. Open year round. Centrally located for easy access to many of the Island's marinas, beaches, golf courses and ATV/ORV trails Walking distance to dining, shopping and banking Cable TV and free Wi-Fi Spacious rooms with mini fridge and full size coffee pots On-site picnic area with charcoal grill and fire pit
Drummond Island Vacation Homes Relax in comfort . . . Take a break! Feel right at home as you explore the Island. We offer waterfront homes in locations across the Island. Each home is unique in its own way but all provide the opportunity to kick back and relax. Everything you need is at your fingertips ~ the comfort of spacious living & privacy, along with fully stocked linens, towels and kitchens. Just bring your personal care items. Three night stays available on select homes ~ perfect for guests who can't stay a week or longer.
Locally Owned and Operated Drummond Island Hotel & Vacation Homes is a locally owned and operated company with our roots buried deep on the Island. Our owner, staff and management all live, work and play here on Drummond giving you first hand knowledge of all the fun things to see, explore and do while staying at one of our lodging options. So come on UP for a day, a week or a month - the Island is your ultimate year round playground!
14 Interesting Facts about Drummond Island
Drummond Island is the 2nd largest freshwater island in the United States
The island boasts a population of 1,058 people
Drummond Island has the largest closed-loop trail system for off-road adventures in the State of Michigan
There are more than 13 ecosystems on the island including six forest types, five swamp-marsh types, inland lakes and rivers, and cobble beaches.
The alvars found on Drummond Island are the largest remaining high quality alvars in North America.
The island is ideal for bird watching as it is home to a host of avian species including loons, grebes, waterfowls and owls. In 2016 it was designated as part of the North Huron Birding Trail.
There are 17 Drummond Island Shipwrecks offshore, providing ample diving exploration.
The Drummond Island Ferry runs hourly to and from the mainland, 365 days a year (See schedule.)
In 2017, Drummond Island was named one of the "Top Ten Value Travel Destinations" by Lonely Planet.
A paddler's paradise, Drummond Island is the center of two significant water trail systems.
The Drummond Island shoreline is about 140 miles around from a starting point to return.
Pure Michigan voted Drummond Island as "The #1 Place to Snowmobile."
Drummond Island is located on the Eastern Tip of Michigan's Upper Peninsula.
Drummond Island has been dubbed "Gem of the Huron" for a thousand reasons.