Coyote Crossing Resort

OHVs Given Access to Several Forest Roads

Coyote Crossing Resort is centrally located to give the OHV community entertainment, food and lodging

By Julie Finch

The Huron Manistee Natl. Forest Service has recently legalized OHV (off-highway vehicles) usage on forest roads which have 4-digit markers. With Coyote Crossing Resort (CCR) being located in the heart of the Huron Manistee National Forest, they’re excited for the opportunity to offer food and lodging to people wanting to ride these trails.

Learning and following where things are legalized is going to be a hurdle that we all must work through. Please follow the motorized vehicle usage maps supplied by H.M. Natl. Forest or the digital version provided by Avenza. Being respectful and appreciative of this new legislation will be key to it’s survival.

Coyote Crossing Resort

Coyote Crossing Resort

CCR is a full service destination resort, on 50-acres of land, with ten 2-bedroom cottages and a full bar & restaurant. The current owners, Pete & Julie Finch, have been hands-on operators since 2010. They love to meet their guests, as much as they love all the outdoor recreation this area provides!

Live Entertainment

Live music is performed on their state-of-the-art outdoor stage, built in 2019. National and regional musicians grace their stage, creating a memorable experience and a great asset to the community.

Coyote Crossing Resort

Something for Everyone

Be sure to stop in for a bite to eat! Top quality ingredients are used in their menu options. They offer homemade soups, chilis, pies and made from scratch recipes. Hand-pattied burgers, salads, wraps, pizza, fish and steaks are all delicious menu offerings. Coyote Crossing has their own on-site smokehouse and offers mouth-watering beef brisket and pulled pork specials with a variety of BBQ sauces.

Coyote Crossing Resort,OHV,Pete & Julie Finch,huron manistee national forest

Coyote Crossing Resort,OHV,Pete & Julie Finch,huron manistee national forest

Coyote Crossing Resort

Kick Back and Relax

Their cottages are finely crafted knotty pine wood interiors, with all you’ll need for your getaway. They have a full-size kitchen, three beds, a living room, one bath, a fire pit and deck outside each one. Sleep up to six guests.

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Coyote Crossing is known in the Winter as a snowmobile hang out and now they’re hoping the Jeep’s, ATV’s and side-by-sides will start finding their way to their resort as well! •

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