The previous post is from Carla’s Restaurant and Motel, which is 30 miles north of the Cozy Inn. Trail conditions at the Cozy are fairly good, sled traffic has been good and we are right on trail 8, so you will pass right by us when you ride through!
I want to update all you sledders on trail conditions from our door! At this time, the main trail north to Chassell is under water and closed, prob for the season unless it really freezes hard and stays cold for a long time……. the trail that goes through Alston is also inaccessible as the bridge is out, they tell me. We have been telling you all that to go north, you have to go down to the Sidnaw way and then go up through the middle of the peninsula, or trailer your sleds to Houghton and gain access under the bridge to head north. Access from here to the casino is sketchy, varies day by day as you have to ride part way on a gravel road which at times is pretty gravelly. I do not mean to discourage your business, I just want you all to be happy with your stay!
The Bear Paw web site is http://www.bearpawinnmi.com! Check us out!
Check out the Bear Paw Inn!
Doug and Carla have purchased the Bear Paw Inn in Three Lakes/Michigamme, opening in May 2017. Check out the web site at http://www.bearpaw.com!
The Snowmobiles are here at the Cozy!
Sledders are riding in from the Keweenaw on the trail #15 to warm up and grab a burger and a beer.
New Year’s Eve! Join us for our Grand Buffet!
Prime Rib au jus, Alehook battered shrimp, fish, and ham with all the trimmings and our homemade soup and salad bar! Call for reservations (906) 353-6256!
Try our Mexican Buffet on Saturdays! Taco’s, Nacho’s, chicken enchiladas, beef burritos, fajitas. refried beans, rice, and more! The Mexican Buffet includes our soup and salad bar, too!
Try our old-fashioned turkey dinner
Winter Carnival is Coming
If you are visiting the area for Winter Carnival at MTU be certain to stop in at our restaurant. Try our Italian Buffet Saturday night or perhaps try the Sunday Brunch Buffet on your way out of town.
Fall Color Report
Pure Michigan reports, “Autumn paints Michigan’s landscape for experiences just as intense as a kaleidoscope of brilliant hues. Immerse yourself in the season and its bounty — on the road, along a trail, at a farm, with a glass of wine. These are just a few of the great ways to color your world in Michigan.
Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is very close to peak, which is expected to arrive within the next one to two weeks.”
Make your reservations now to stay and dine with us!