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Getaway to Michigan and enjoy this fun, new-to-market vacation home with private beach access! Completely renovated, it's the perfect place to compliment your travel plans. Dig your toes into sandy Lake Huron, go tubing down the AuSable River, hike the Huron National Forest, explore Oscoda, or create your own Pure Michigan experience; it's all within minutes (or steps) from the front door.
For time spent indoors, there's comfortable space for your entire family + friends with 3 bedrooms and 2 full baths. Spread out when you want some privacy or gather in the spacious, open-concept living area. Stay connected with high speed cable internet and whole home WiFi. All three HDTVs are loaded with premium movie content and channels.
Enjoy your morning coffee gazing at Lake Huron from the front porch or relax on the shaded, back patio with a glass of wine in the evening. Walk across the street and relax on sandy Lake Huron with private access through our waterfront resort.
Located near the end of a dead-end street in-town, you're less than a few hundred feet from sandy Lake Huron. Enjoy the beach at our resort across the street or walk along the shore to the Oscoda boardwalk and public park with plenty of activities for the kids: a splash pad, playground, skate park, and maintained beach.
Getting Down to the Details
There are 3 private bedrooms, each with comfortable memory foam mattresses. The front bedroom has a queen/twin bunk sleeping arrangement and cubbies for nighttime phone/tablet charging. The downstairs master has a raised queen bed, HDTV and armchair. There’s a king bed and HDTV in the upstairs bedroom.
The main bathroom is off of the living room and features a tub-shower. The second bathroom is off of the downstairs master bedroom and has a large 6’x3’ walk-in shower.
The living room, kitchen and dining room are all open to each other and offer plenty of space for your entire group. Like the other televisions, the living room HDTV is Roku enabled/equipped. Across from the upstairs bedroom is a semi-private, secondary hangout space with a futon, table and two chairs.
The home is equipped and intended to sleep 6 people comfortably. While there is technically space for 8-9, we know that not every travel party consists of couples—there’s no need to bring an air mattress—the futon and twin bunk give you space to spread out.
Off the back of the home is a semi-private patio with dining for 6. Located close to the water, there’s almost always a nice breeze on the property and the large pine trees offer shade most of the day making outdoor relaxation comfortable. The outdoor space of this home is yours to enjoy and not shared with our resort.
Additionally, you have full access to our resort: picnic tables, lawn games and volleyball on Lake Huron.
We want you to have an awesome experience at the house and hope you enjoy your whole vacation. Our biggest philosophy is leave it as you found. I.e., clean up after yourself and treat the property as if it were your own. We think this is a place you’ll want to stay again after you experience it the first time.
Every stay, regardless of booking method, is required to sign a Rental Agreement with us directly. (It’s easy with e-sign).
If there’s something we haven’t addressed, send us a message and we’ll get back with you asap (notifications go straight to our phones). If the dates you’re looking for are unavailable, we may be able to fit you into one of our other properties in the area.
The property is located on a short, dead-end street, 3 homes from Lake Huron and shares access/amenities with our resort on Lake Huron (across the street). As close as we are the water, it’s less than a mile walk to the downtown area where you can grab dinner, get drinks, cool off with some ice cream and even watch a movie at the local theater.
River Road—a national scenic bypass—runs into downtown Oscoda and has numerous activities along it’s 19 mile length: including, the AuSable River Queen Boat Cruise (gorgeous during Autumn leaves season), canoeing/tubing launches and Lumberman’s Monument Park.
With the Huron National Forest on Oscoda’s border, there are hundreds of outdoor activities within close range. Whether you’ve been coming to the area for a lifetime or this is your first trip, there’s always something new and exciting to do.