Michigan's Premier Dog Sledding Destination!
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Best Dog Life!
Best Dog Life!

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Smiles from the touring trail
Smiles from the touring trail

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Tahquamenon Falls State Park
Tahquamenon Falls State Park

Be sure to include a stop at nearby Tahquamenon Falls while visiting Nature's Kennel. Photo courtesy of Lake Superior Photography

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Best Dog Life!
Best Dog Life!

Smiles from Ann

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New NK Merchandise is here in time for Christmas! 

Shop for your favorite sled dog fan!

 

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Looking for a canine companion?  Please inquire for more information on our retiree adoption program.  Email Tasha for more information.  info@natureskennel.com

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Coming Summer of 2022: 

MI Dog--Summer Sled Dog Center!

Visit with Laura Neese, her racing team, and puppies!  

 

www.midogtours.com

We are now taking reservations for
the 2021-2022 Winter Season!
 
Our tentative start date for tours is December 10th!  
The forecast looks great for early snow, so now is the time to book your dog sledding adventure for the upcoming season.  Many weekend/holiday dates are already sold out, so book early to get on our schedule!

Dog sledding trips are available mid-December through the end of March.
Call 906-748-0513 or email info @natureskennel.com


Click here for trip options.
 
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Driver with his/her own team
Guide 
Rider/Passenger 
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Ready to go mushing?

Will you be a driver or a rider?

All of our trips are fully guided and provide guests with the option to either drive their own team or ride in the sled driven by a guide.  All passengers ride in the guide's sled. 

 

Children must be 10 years old to drive their own team, children under 10 can ride in the guide's sled.

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Looking for more than just dog sledding? 
Choose from one of our multi-day, all-inclusive adventures:​

Nature's Kennel in the News!