Experience an enchanting getaway at Michigania this winter. Cross-country ski or snowshoe in the pristine beauty of snow-covered landscapes or just get cozy in front of the roaring fires of our fieldstone fireplaces. Truly, winter in Michigan is a thing of beauty, and nowhere is it better than at Michigania. It’s a delightful journey and adventure for the entire family (children must be 5 years old and up to attend).
Each winter session includes lodging, reception, meals, and activities. Additional charges may apply in our Ceramics, Arts & Crafts area and Camp Store that will be charged to your account and settled at checkout on the final day. Guest cabins are nestled adjacent to Walloon Lake. Cabin units offer either one or two bedrooms with its own private bath and shower. Cabin mates share a spacious gathering room, convenient for a game of cards, conversation, or a quiet hour of reading. Vaulted ceilings, spruce paneling, and magnificent views provide a charming atmosphere.
All meals are served in Michigania’s Education Center dining room, featuring rustic iron chandeliers and a gracious fireplace. Elegant candlelight dinners are only one of the special touches that make the Michigania experience unforgettable. The Alumnae Council Education Center offers meeting space, comfortable lounges, complete dining, kitchen facilities, and six fireplaces. With captivating views of the surrounding wooded area, wildlife, and lake, it’s an inviting space that encourages conversation or quiet reflection.
Michigan faculty members lead Faculty Forum presentations on their field of expertise. This season, the Winter Break Break-Away Faculty Forum speaker is Amanda Lotz, Professor of Communication Studies and Professor of Screen Arts And Cultures, and the Ring in the New Year speaker is Vivek S. Sankaran, ’01, Clinical Professor of Law.