ONLY ONE WEEK LEFT FOR THE SUMMER OF 2019 - 6/22 - 6/29! Book it while it's available.
"Loon Camp" puts you right on St. George Lake - the screened in porch is only 5 feet from the water. It is one of the most desirable lots on the lake, with its unusually level land and west facing exposure, providing afternoon sun, stunning sunsets, and the panorama benefiting from being centered on the largest open part of the lake. It has nice open living room with a vaulted ceiling and a large front window. You won't be to take your eyes off the water while dining at the main table (sits 6). The farmer's porch is an incredible place to relax and enjoy the view of the lake and islands, with plenty of comfortable chairs. The quiet and seclusion of this location makes for a restful and peaceful vacation. Watching the loons swim past close to shore simply amazing. Listening to their calls at night will provide a unique experience. The kitchen has everything you'll need for your stay. Electric stove, refrigerator, drinking water dispenser (5 gallon spring water containers provided), coffee maker, electric grill and skillet, etc... and all the utensils you will require for your stay . Paper towels, dug well, toilet paper, etc... are provided. The main camp has two bedrooms, one with a full size bed, the other with two twins. The detached bunk house has two twin beds, separated into two bed rooms. Linens, face cloths, towels, etc... are NOT available, so you will need to bring your own (septic system will not accommodate a washing machine). Off the kitchen is a large bathroom with a tub/shower. For grilling, lounging, and eating outdoors, the large raised rear deck is outfitted with a picnic table and gas grill, catching sun starting around mid morning. The raised upper front dock is railed and gated (great for lounging with the water around you), and stairs down to a small lower dock with ladder (full size aluminum lower dock for 2017 to accommodate boat docking). The canoe has a wooden ramp area next to the camp for easy launching and docking. In case it gets cool, we have an externally vented Monitor heating system in the great room. There is also a TV and DVD player (and DVD library). TV reception is via an external antenna (no cable or internet).