Sunset Shore is one of our two small cottages located at the end of a private trail on the breezy east shores of Lake Paradise. Best suited for a couple or family of three, the property sits adjacent to the beautiful Harry Smith Nature Preserve with many hiking trails to explore. It has a wonderful walk-in garden outside with the beach right out in front. Bring a pole and fish for small mouth right off the dock or take one of our kayaks out! Nature abounds with loons singing, deer running in the woods, and chipmunks scurrying in the yard.
Enjoy the comfort of white-knotty pine inside while entertaining or reading by the warm living room fireplace. Sleep well in a king size bed, relax in the new full bathroom with tub, or have fun cooking a homemade meal with modern appliances. There's no need to go to the park when you can live on one. Our guests always feel right at home here.
Cottage amenities include:
Paddle boat & Kayak
Playground in the woods
Open stone fire pit for bonfires (cut wood is provided)
Weber charcoal barbecue grill
Pots, pans, dishes, and utensils
King sized bed and full size sleeper sofa
Blankets, pillows, and sheets
Flat screen TV with DVR and a stereo
Lake Paradise is known for terrific fishing with Walleye (stocked), Bass, Perch, Pike, and Bluegill. The lake bottom has a gradual slope and is ideal for small children to swim.
Things to do and places to go:
-Take a ferry boat to historic Mackinaw Island. Make sure to buy plenty of delicious fudge!
-Pack a picnic lunch and spend time on the miles of white sand beach of Sturgeon Bay on Lake Michigan.
-Spend the day shopping and/or have lunch in Harbor Springs and Petoskey.
-A short drive across the famous Mackinaw Bridge allows you to see the beauty of God's Country.
-Spend an afternoon at one of the many area golf courses or play a game of tennis in the village close by.
-Relax at the cottage with a good book while the other fish or swim.
-The area has many country/lakeside dining spots.
-At the end of the day, enjoy breathtaking sunsets from your own sun room; and later, roast marshmallows over the bonfire pit at the lake's edge.