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Recent Beulah reviews

  • Nice setting with all the amenities.

    "Just returned home from a family snowmobiling weekend. Convenient location with nearby access to Trail 3. Circle driveway allows for easy maneuverability for large trailers. House was comfortable with all the requirements of home. Our family has rented dozens of different homes Up North for the past 15 years. Our hosts, Ray and Shirley, provided the best hospitality of any other property we have rented. Thank you."
    Guest: Todd P. Date of Stay: January 2017 Review Submitted: January 18, 2017
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  • South Shore Rental

    "Our family stayed at another rental offered by the owners of the Beach House. (The "South Shore Home", (find it at crystallakerentals.net) This is a wonderful large home on the South Shore of Crystal Lake. Although our family has stayed at the Beach House for over 20 years, we needed something a little larger and "all in one unit". The South Shore House fits the bill exactly. Lot's of living space for playing board games, excellent location for launching a boat and great for walking or biking right out the door on South Shore Drive East. We had a wonderful time and look forward to staying there again in the future."
    Guest: Paul W. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 15, 2016
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  • Great Place!

    "Very cute, cozy and clean! A nice quiet town that is close to all of the main attractions like Sleeping Bear Dunes, Frankfurt, Traverse City, and Glen Arbor. Great bike trail around Crystal Lake! We will rent again!"
    Guest: Kristi J. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 16, 2016
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  • Salmon Chasers 2016

    "Where does the time go? Just last Tuesday we were fishing the Betsie in a raucous thunderstorm. The fishing was pretty bad. I'm not going to lie about it. I think we were a bit early this year. There were some fish in the river but the numbers seemed very low. Even the dead spawned out salmon were almost nonexistent. Hard to plan a trip a year out when so many conditions contribute to the salmon runs. I've never heard the phrase "That's why they call it fishing and not catching" more than this year. However, being fishermen, we know to have a plan B and sometimes C, and D to offset any fishing woes. Five guys this trip and it was the 29th year we've been coming up here. Almost Home is the perfect launch pad for our activities and excursions for the week. If you want the perfect trip follow these rules. 1. Bring all your fishing equipment (All of it!) You have piers, docks, rivers, and lakes. Wednesday evening, 3 of us went down to the Crystal Lake fishing dock and caught about a 100 Rock Bass. 2. Bring bikes. You’re sitting on top of the Bestie Valley Trail. You’re halfway between Frankfort and Thompsonville. It’s a 20 mile round trip from the house to Frankfort and back. Awesome views following Crystal Lake then the Betsie River and finally the big water in Frankfort. We rode to the Stormcloud Brewery in Frankfort for a couple of pints before heading back. Plan for 2 hours of ride time. Stop and have some fun! You could easily spend a half day or more in the bike friendly town of Frankfort. 3. Bring Kayaks. A little more tricky because you’ll need a chase vehicle but worth it! Put in above the dam or on river road. I would not launch to go downstream at the dam in the fall. You’ll have to pass about a 100 people and there is a portage this year about a ½ mile down. If you’re quiet you’ll see tons of birds, Bald Eagles, and waterfowl. We packed the rods and caught a nice salmon and some rainbow trout. 4. Bring your golf clubs. We didn’t this year but in years past we tore it up. There are some great golf courses up here (Pinecroft, Crystal MT.) to challenge any level of play. Plus, the views are amazing. 5. Bring your camera. And I’m not talking a cell phone. You could spend an entire day or week just getting some fantastic shots. We cooked every day at the house. Between the kitchen and the grill you have everything that you need to eat like royalty. The Shop and Save store in Benzonia (couple miles away) is stocked with some great prov"
    Guest: Robert M. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 20, 2016
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