Michigamme Lake Cabin
Rental Rates and Seasons
Located in Michigan's western upper Peninsula, this cabin is available all year in 2005 at a rental rate of $800 per week.
This Craftsman cabin was once the caretaker's residence of the Michigamme Lake Lodge, and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It's small and charming, and comfortably houses four people in two bedrooms. It is very clean and cozy. The lake porch overlooks the water for beautiful mornings and evening meals. The dock is down a stairway, or you can follow a wooded path to the water at the other end of the five-acre property. You can explore the lake or the Peshekee River on the canoe that’s provided.
The cabin has heat, a phone, a fully equipped kitchen, and barbecue grill. Please bring linens and towels. There is no television.
Special deposit required for pets. Smoking is not allowed. The house is not handicapped accessible.
home is secluded and quiet, and the property is wooded. The property is
shared with one other home and is gated and private, but situated within
the boundaries of Van Riper State Park. All the amenities of the Park
are available--you can view these on the DNR's website www.michigandnr.com.
There is a four-and-a-half mile trail directly across the road, where
you might be lucky enough to spot a member of the local moose herd.
Within a short drive are many wonderful lakes, waterfalls, rivers,
trails, hills. This is one of the most spectacularly beautiful areas of
Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Nearby water recreation includes swimming,
trophy fishing, water skiing, and canoeing. Other nearby recreation
includes golf, hiking, bicycling, snowmobiling, and cross-country
follow these links to learn more about things to do in Marquette and
Baraga Counties: http://www.marquette.org/Travel/index.htm
Michigamme is a beautiful lake with 95 miles of shoreline, 27 islands
and over 4,300 acres of water. With depths down to 70 feet it also holds
a wide variety of game fish--walleye, pike, bass, muskie, trout and
whitefish to name a few. A few jet skis cruise the water on summer
weekends, otherwise the Lake is populated with canoeists, kayakers,
pontoon boats and fishermen.
River is steps away, and offers a beautiful setting for fishing,
canoeing, and kayaking.
For more information or reservations, mention
U.S. Resort and Cottage Registry and: