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Outdoor Enthusiasts, Nature Lovers, and those Seeking Solitude...
Just 31 minutes west of St. Ignace (Mackinaw)you will turn down the winding drive, and experience the quiet calm of Michigan's North Country at its finest. This gem, up one flight of stairs, is secluded, private, and spacious. Nestled in the trees on 3+ acres with over 250'+ of private beach on the sparkling North Shore of Lake Michigan.
National and State Forests to the East provide a thriving habitat for Bald Eagles, Sand Hill Cranes, and Deer which wander past your window as you take in the spectacular view of the lake. Settle in for the evening by a cozy fire and listen to the the gentle sounds of Lake Michigan lapping at the shore, but don't fall asleep until you've taken in the stars through the six sky lights above.
Within an hours drive, you can visit lighthouses, waterfalls, and historic forts. Sault St Marie (Soo Locks), Mackinaw City (shopping, theaters, fort, and new water park), St. Ignace (gambling, shopping, and museums),Mackinac Island, Lake Superior (Whitefish Point Lighthouse, Tahquamenon Falls, one hour North) are highlights that will make your trip memorable. One of the best kept secrets is the Cut River located just minutes from our property. This natural gorge provides a wonderful hike as well as picturesque view of the lake.
Meander down the back country roads and perhaps you will catch a glimpse of Bear, Moose, Wolf, Deer, Bald Eagles, and many smaller critters. There are miles of trails to explore by foot, horseback snowmobile, or four-wheel ATV. If fishing interests you, fly-fish some of the finest steelhead and brook trout streams anywhere (we support 'catch-and-release'... or 'clean-on-the-river'...).
Just four miles to the east are two restaurants and to the west enjoy the small fishing village of Naubinway where fresh Whitefish is caught/sold daily. If you've not experienced, the world famous 'U.P. Pastie', stop by any of the roadside shops who advertise... You are sure to fall in love with this Northern Michigan novelty. Groceries, gas, and antique shops are readily available within a short drive.
Winter enthusiasts can enjoy snowmobiling out the door to state land or along the lakeshore to Hog Island Road and trails everywhere even to the Wisconsin border. Snowshoes are available for up to four people.
We look forward to welcoming you to our unique experience, and trust that you will come back to visit us year after year.
We appreciate your support of our clean environment by not smoking in the apartment.
May …………………………...............… $120.00/night & $740.00/week
June 1st – August 31st………....…. $130.00/night & $810.00/week
September 1st – October 31st …. $120.00/night & $740.00/week
November 1st – April 30th ……... $95.00/night & $665.00/week
Holidays ………………….............…… $140.00/night & $880.00/week
Fees are based on couples and families of (6) Additional guest $30/night/couple
Deposit is required to hold reservation and security $150.00
Weeks are Saturday to Saturday Cleaning fee …….. $10/day not to exceed $50.00
Note: Until confirmed, rates are subject to change without notice.
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The Unique Benefits at this Apartment: The western point of the Bay at the mouth of the Davenport Creek is the sunken Schooner, William Aldrich. Michigan's most recent discovered shipwreck was found on the Hiawatha Club on/or about 1989/1990. The Museum on the Club has a unique display of artifacts plus more information of near by shipwrecks.