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Recent Central reviews

  • Family Vacation

    "We, along with another family rented this house for a week in late July. As stated by other reviews the house is lovely and has almost every amenity you can think of. We even made ice cream two nights which was wonderful. We made full use of the fire pit almost every night. The shower in the Master Bathroom is lovely, but we ended up using other showers most of the time since the shower doors don't fit tightly and caused a flood in the bathroom each time. We rented the pontoon for the week also and visited many of the restaurants on the lake. The only disappointment with the boat is there is no ladder. If you have someone who has any physical disability (I have severe rheumatoid arthritis), it's very difficult to get into the boat from anywhere other than a dock. The owner of the property responded immediately to any of our questions and concerns. We had our dog with us and the lower floor was a perfect place for him. We would highly recommend this property to any of our friends."
    Guest: Helen I. Date of Stay: July 2016 Review Submitted: August 20, 2016
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  • Great Accomodations for a large group!

    "Three families shared the Machine Shed for a ski weekend at Granite Peak. Elaine was very helpful in answering all of my questions before we arrived. The layout of the place was perfect, and the house was very clean. Each couple got their own room and bathroom and the kids had their own wing and bathroom. The main living space is huge. It was to have the big space because we had different small groups doing different things - some played pool, some played Xbox, some played games, and others just sat and talked. Even though we were all in the same space, it never seemed loud - just very cozy! Also, we actually sat all 15 of us for dinner at the same time. We will definitely be back next year! The kids all want to come back in the summer too so they can explore the grounds more! Thanks for a great weekend!"
    Guest: Andrea K. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 10, 2016
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  • Perfect weekend getaway!

    "Stayed at this place for a weekend. Had three families and had ample space for a comfortable stay. The house was very clean and there was clear instructions for everything! The owner really takes care of this place. The owner is specific about keeping the house clean but I think it is very beneficial for future renters. The views are awesome from 3 bedrooms and the dining/great room! Both kids and adults enjoyed the lake. Canoes and kayaks were a bonus! The house also came with volleyball court, foosball table and bean bag equipment. This was our first rental with a huge projector in the great room and a huge collection of DVDs. Kitchen was well stocked with utensils, pots, pans and glassware. Although we didn't use it, the kitchen also came with lot of spices and cooking stuff. We wish we had little bit more time at this place. Maybe next time!"
    Guest: Prince K. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 21, 2016
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  • Serene Woods Experience

    "From the log cabin to the wind whispering in the trees, Camp Okee-Dokee was a picturesque getaway for my husband, me, and our three golden retrievers. They loved the woods trail (a perfect 1mi jaunt even my pregnant belly and I could waddle along), and went swimming off the dock during our unseasonably warm November stay. The edges of the lake are boggy, but the water was clear. We didn't use the boats, but there were several, along with a shed full of life vests and other water gear. There are hundreds of acres of public forest right across the street for those who want more vigorous hiking or hunting. The cabin itself was lovely. The furniture was comfortable and plentiful for an extended family. The double-sided gas fireplace was our favorite feature. There are several book cases filled with reading material and DVDs (basic TV is included, but spotty depending on weather), as well as an entire closet full of games and puzzles. The kitchen was well-stocked with pots, pans, dishes, cleaning supplies, and even an assortment of spices. They also have a washer & dryer for guest use. Our Sprint cell phones had a voice signal on the back deck, but no data coverage. Some notes about dogs: They are welcome here! Max, Kim & Steve's shepherd mix, is extremely friendly and got along great with our retrievers. We let the dogs play off-leash for the most part as the house is set back far from a quiet street, but we did use 30-ft leads and a stake in the lawn after dark. If your dog tends to run into woods with wild excitement, be aware that the neighbor has a barbed wire fence about 10ft into the trees along the side of the yard. They only run into it once. The house is well-equipped to handle dogs of all sizes. The master bedroom has its own door and deck, and there is a mudroom with its own door, which worked well as a staging area to wipe paws and check for ticks. YES, this is Wisconsin and there will be ticks 9 months of the year. Even if you don't normally apply Frontline, etc. you should apply preventative before visiting. Keep in mind that most don't repel ticks, but will kill them if they bite or stay on the fur. Bring a fine-tooth comb and check the dogs' head, ears and belly before allowing them back into the house - even if they only play in the lawn. To prevent any ticks from coming home with you, throw worn clothing and stuffed animals into the dryer before packing. We did this and haven't had any problems."
    Guest: Cheryl S. Date of Stay: November 2016 Review Submitted: November 21, 2016
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