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Recent Lake Michigan reviews

  • Great cottage, great location, great host.

    "My family and I stayed for 4 nights and were very comfortable. The listing accurately discribes the property and amentities. Would diffinately rent this property again."
    Guest: Steve P. Date of Stay: February 2017 Review Submitted: February 27, 2017
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  • Great Owners, Stunning House!

    "We stayed here for a Notre Dame football weekend. The house was in a beautiful neighborhood close to campus but far enough away to be very peaceful. The house was brand-new and beautifully furnished. The house is large with plenty of room for a big group. There is a beautiful swimming pool and the house is located on a small lake. There is a lovely view from every window. The drive to campus is approximately 5 to 10 minutes depending on traffic. I would highly recommend this house to anyone coming in for a Notre Dame game, especially families with kids. There is a nice bar downstairs and a nice grill too. You won't do better than this!"
    Guest: Franklin J. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 25, 2016
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  • A Dream for Family Reunions!

    "Our large family had such an incredible time at Camp Tosebo and we would highly recommend it, especially for families with small kiddos. We went the last week of July 2016 with 46 people aged 2 to 91 years and there were tons of activities for everyone! The small kids (2-6 yrs) loved the freedom of running all over the grassy hill and swimming in the protected section of Portage Lake. The older kids (7-15 yrs) played tons of basketball and had fun exploring the trails. The adults enjoyed visiting on the shady porch while watching the kids play, cooking meals together in the great kitchen and playing tons of cards in the huge dinning hall area. Highlights: - Brought in a square dance caller! Karen Dunnam had our whole family dancing on the camp's basketball court. There's even power up there! - Used the porch of the Clubhouse as a stage and had a talent show - Memorable campfires with family sing-a-longs - Set up our Pickleball net on the basketball court. Our competitive tennis players were impressed with the pristine courts at Red Park, but Pickleball was easier for a wide range of ages. - Fantastic parade as part of Arcadia Daze (seems like every summer week has a cute celebration in some nearby town) The sleeping areas worked well too! The young families appreciated privacy in the Trunk House, Kit Cottage and the Welcome House. The 40+ year olds enjoyed staying in the Clubhouse and the oldest members were very comfortable in the ground floor Caretakers Apartment (with AC!). My husband and I stayed up in the Rustic Cabins with the "tough couples" (aged 25-38) and we actually loved it! No power or wifi, but there are two flushing toilets up there and it's perfect for late night campfires! Random discoveries from 1st time MI vacationers: - Meyers has everything! A giant local store ~15 min away - Not having AC in all units was completely fine - Mosquitoes were minimal and didn't cause any issues - The sun is up until after 9pm in the summer, so you have more time to play! - Sleeping Bear Dunes wasn't ideal for small kids. We agreed Camp Tosebo and its beach was way more fun. - Not having a washer and dryer was the only tricky part for us, but we did several trips to the laundromat. Our family will deeply cherish the memories and we're so grateful to the owners of Camp Tosebo for sharing their incredible spot with us! They were easy to work with and super responsive."
    Guest: Bonnie W. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 2, 2016
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  • Just what we needed

    "We had a great time labor day weekend. This house was very open, roomy, and comfortable. Youngest child was 2 and oldest 19 and was great for all. Older girls loved the surprise of finding bicycles to ride couple blocks to town. Us older folks liked the patio set on the porch best. Close to everything and can walk everywhere."
    Guest: ANGIE L. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 6, 2016
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