Our Lake House and Cabins are a two night minimum rental EXCEPT for July & August when they are weekly rentals only (Fri - Fri). NO pets are permitted in the Lake House and Cabins. The pictures below will give you a sampling of interior, for more specific information or to book a reservation, please call our office at (989) 705-2066.
Air conditioning is NOT provided. If you choose to bring a portable air conditioner, a $5.00 per day fee will be charged.
Lake House FEATURES: Color television with DVD, & satellite, charcoal grill, fire ring, picnic table, large screen porch with furnishings, vacuum cleaner, broom, dustpan, cleaning products, full kitchen, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, blender, griddle, slow cooker, pots, pans, dishes, cooking utensils, silverware, dish towels, bed linens, washer & dryer.
SLEEPING ARRANGEMENTS: There are two private bedrooms. One room with a queen size bed, the other with a double bed & single bunk. In the living room there is a day bed with a trundle. The bathroom consists of toilet, tub with shower and vanity.
THINGS TO BRING: Toiletries, paper plates, napkins, paper towels, garbage bags, aluminum foil, plastic wrap, charcoal, lighter fluid, beach gear, fishing gear. Binoculars are nice for viewing wildlife.
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CAMPING CABIN FEATURES: Color television, table and four chairs, small sofa, dorm size refrigerator, microwave , coffee maker, two burner hot plate, toaster oven, pots & pans, cooking utensils, silverware, dishes, dish towels, cleaning products, broom & dust pan. The bathroom consists of shower, sink, toilet. Toilet paper is provided. Bath soaps, shampoo, bath towels, bed linens, and pillows are NOT provided. Each cabin has a fire ring, picnic table, and charcoal grill.
SLEEPING ARRANGEMENTS: All cabins but #1 have two double beds. Cabin #1 is the only cabin with a private bedroom with a double bed and a double pull out sofa bed.
THINGS TO BRING: Bath towels, bath soaps and shampoo, bed linens, pillows, Paper plates, napkins, garbage bags, paper towel, aluminum foil, plastic wrap, charcoal, lighter fluid, beach gear, fishing gear. Binoculars are nice for viewing wildlife.