WINTER ACTIVITIES

Winter is a magical time at Meemo’s Farm.

Our many winter activities offer a chance to explore during this beautiful time of year. Traverse the trails on snowmobiles, trek through the woods on snowshoes, or glide quietly along on cross country skis as the breathtaking beauty of winter surrounds you. It’s a time of bracing temperatures and hearty appetites—when the contrast between the silent snowy wonderland and the warmth and luxury inside the lodge is at its height.
Tank, the Black Labrador Pointer

Hunting

Meemo's head manager, Dave Fischer.

Shooting

The cold view of an ice fishing set up inside a portabble ice house.

Ice Fishing

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Snowmobiling

Perfect for a couple or a family adventure, come wind through the groomed trails of the Meemo’s Farm property and out and beyond on a guided or unguided snowmobile tour.

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Fat Tire Biking

Do you enjoy mountain biking in the summer? Jump onto one of our fat tire bikes and enjoy Michigan all winter. Fat bikes were invented for winter trail riding and racing in subarctic Alaska and simultaneously, for touring the deserts of New Mexico. Their use includes snow, sand, desert, bogs and mud as well as riding what is considered normal mountain biking.

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Massage Treatment

Experience the benefits of massage therapy and rejuvenate with our in-house massage services. We offer high quality deep-tissue, Swedish, sports, relaxation, and remedial massage.

Our certified massage therapist’s have years of experience and extensive training in many healing modalities. Every body is different, so each massage caters to the individual’s needs—therapeutically releasing tension and helping to bring balance to mind, body, and spirit.

Two women are enjoying the snow on a sunny day

Cross Country Skiing & Snowshoeing

Make the most of our well groomed trails, designed to accommodate everyone from the novice to the seasoned veteran.

Snowshoeing at Meemo’s gets you away from the groomed trails, allowing you to set your own pace and explore the retreat on foot.