This is a four bedroom, 2 bath cottage that sits right on the water of Crystal Lake. Before you rent anywhere, check the street the property is on. Ours is private and limited traffic. You can dock your boat and not have to worry about 12 other boats on the same dock. Interior upgrades in 2018-19. It’s on the most coveted street on the lake. It's very quiet and because of how the property sits on the lake. There is no seaweed! It's all sand in the water by our dock. Between the panoramic view from the living room next to the stone fireplace to the view from the grill on the deck, this cottage is sure to delight even the hardest of hearts. Although we do not provide a boat, you are welcome to tie yours up. If you want to turn off your cell phone, relax and float away that stress, you've found your summer memory maker-look no further.
Lansing = 50 minutes
Mt. Pleasant = 40 minutes
Grand Rapids = 58 minutes
Rents Friday to Friday
Crystal Lake is a spring-fed, clean/clear lake with a sandy bottom. The lake is 70 foot deep at it's maximum, but is shallow on the lake shores and has one buoy-marked rock in the southeast section of the lake. The lake supports a mixed use of sail, power, and fishing activities from late March through late November.
Sailing on the lake is supported by the Crystal Sailing Club. Established in 1961, the CSC is a family centered working club which supports a Flying Scot fleet. The club is located on the North shore of the lake. The most common classes of sailboats found on the lake are Flying Scots, Sunfish, and some larger cruiser type boats (to about 25'). Public access to Crystal Lake can be made via a DNR boat launch. The best time to view sailing activities are during the Parade of Sails on July 4th, during Flying Scot fleet activities, and during Crystal Sailing Club functions as per their website.
The preceeding information was graciously provided by Mr. James Horak, Commodore of the Crystal Sailing Club.
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