THE JOURNEY: First, arrive on the island with a memorable ferry trip. You will drive right on, and off the ferry, and then be on your way to your lake home!
THE HOME: This newer cedar home features sleeping for 8 comfortably with a 2+ plus bedroom design. Master bedroom downstairs is equipped with a queen bed and closet. The upstairs "plus" bedroom is a full-home loft with 6 queen beds and a futon. Fully equipped kitchen, dining area, and living area together make up the wide open downstairs design with large windows/glass doors overlooking the water. The large wrap-around porch overlooking the water is great for evening gatherings and food on the grill. One full bathroom is nicely located for use by all. Cable television and internet service are provided for your indoor enjoyment. Many board games are provided for your added enjoyment in the evenings or when the outdoor weather is bad.
THE WATER: Just outside the front door, a few steps through the sand, and you are on the beach. Lawn chairs, fire pit, and plenty of room for building sand castles for all. As you relax and enjoy the water and sand, an occasional ship or freighter will pass by so don't forget to bring your camera. These vessels can be from anywhere around the world and are amazing to gaze at. The home does have a dock if you choose to bring a boat or rent the pontoon available at the cabin. Excellent fishing most all of the year will be all around you. Salmon, Walleye, Perch, Small mouth Bass, and Northern Pike are just some of the many fish species that that are caught on a regular basis. Don't forget your fishing license. If you plan to stray into Canadian water, you will need to follow all Canadian license and fishing rules as well. If you want some tips on good spots to catch dinner, the owner would be pleased to share secrets. (please clean fish outdoors only and properly dispose of the remains).
THE WOODS: The wooded lot consists of approximately 11 acres that are beautiful to enjoy for a walk or to explore the terrain. Watch out, you may scare up the many deer, turkeys, and other wildlife that dwell on the Island.