Thunder Bay Resort: Elk Viewing, Carriage/Sleigh Ride, Gourmet Dinner & Wine Tasting event



4 Day / 3 Night Quilting Retreats


The fabulous Elk Viewing Event is available as a 4-hour stop over or as an overnight stay in comfortable Suites or Villas & Chalets. Step back in time as massive Percheron horses take you over the river and through the woods to view elusive Elk. Then on to the Elk Antler Log Cabin for a truly superb gourmet dinner prepared before you on antique wood cook stoves. “Guides” provide live entertainment. Rave Reviews! Satisfaction Guaranteed!

Member: ABA, Circle MI, Mackinaw Area Visitors Bureau, Alpena CVB, Michigan’s Sunrise Side RTA, Hillman-Fletcher Pond-Thunder Bay Visitor Bureau, Pure Michigan, OMCA

Attraction Type: Quilting Retreats and/or Elk Viewing Carriage/Sleigh Ride, Gourmet Dinner & Wine Tasting Events
Group Rates: $85 each person
Special Rates: 4 hour stopover or overnight.
Hours of Operation: 24/7 with Reservations open 7:00 am – 10:00 pm

Seasonal Dates: Available year round.

Bus Parking: Yes
Bus Parking Fee: No fee.
Driver Rate: 1 complimentary with 19 paid guests.
Escort Rate: 1 complimentary with 19 paid guests.
Deposit and Payment Policy: $300.00 due at booking.
Cancellation and Refund Policy: 30 day prior to arrival.

Nearby Attractions that Influence Group Travel:

  • Located between Frankenmuth and Mackinac Island
  • Sunrise Side Wine Trail
  • Wine Bar Tasting @ Wineries
  • Charity Island Dinner Cruise
  • Lighthouses
  • National Marine Sanctuary & Underwater Shipwreck Preserve
  • Brush Creek Mill filled with antiques
  • Jessie Besser Museum
  • Antique Boutiques

Thunder Bay Resort and Elk Touring

27800 M-32
Hillman, Michigan 49746
Phone: (989) 657-6911
Phone: (800) 729-9375
Fax: (989) 742-3859


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