Sam Cohodas Lodge
This lodge, built for Russian immigrant Sam Cohodas, symbolizes the Upper Peninsula's ethnic diversity. Finnish craftsmen erected this massive lodge in 1934, according to plans by local architect and Swedish immigrant David Anderson. The rustic log lodge is built of materials gathered within a fifteen-mile radius of the site. Cohodas was one of the nation's leading fruit wholesalers. The Sam Cohodas Lodge was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1991.