USDA Forest Service
McKeever Cabin is located in the Hiawatha National Forest in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, approximately 14 miles south of Munising, Michigan. The Cabin was constructed in 1991 and overlooks the 132-acre McKeever Lake.
While the facility offers little in the way of modern…
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This was an awesome rustic cabin. We went to Tom's Lake Cabin a couple weeks prior to this and had a really good experience. I was able to book this one just a few weeks out.
It's not on Google Maps so I had to plug the coordinates from Recreation.gov into the Maps program, then the route came up.…
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Private cabin on Mckeever lake. Loved this spot! Cabin with two bunk beds, a woodburning stove, table and seating. Water pump available as well as a woodshed and outhouse. Key code entry is provided when booked.
The cabin is a short 1000 foot walk from the parking in warmer months but in the…
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Mckeever Cabin is located in Michigan
* McKeever Cabin does not have a physical address. * Vehicle access from the North: Take M-28 to FH-13, which is 3 miles east of Munising. Proceed south on FH-13 for 11 miles to FR-2163, located across from the road that leads to the Widewaters Campground. * Vehicle access from the South: Take US-2 to FH-13, which is about 25 miles west of Manistique. Proceed north on FH-13 for 22 miles to FR-2163. * During the snow-free season: Proceed east on FR-2163 for about 1 mile. There will be brown signs with yellow arrows, to the signed parking area for McKeever Cabin. The non-paved trail to the cabin begins before the parking lot and is approximately 1,000 feet long. There is a sign with an arrow and the word "cabin" pointing down the appropriate trail. * During winter season: Parking is available at the entrance to the Widewaters Campground directly across from FR-2163, which is not plowed. Visitors must either snowshoe or cross-country ski for 1-mile along FR-2163 to reach the cabin. Pull behind sleds are permitted. * Note: Snowmobile access to the cabin, including on the ski trail/hiking trail, is prohibited.