Rental Rates and Seasons
This Michigan vacation lake resort has
two bungalows available for rent year round. During the summer season,
the rental rate for the west bungalow is $575 per week, & the lake
front bungalow is 675.00 per week. (6 guests each, Sunday to Sunday).
Off-season, the rental rate is $95 per night (6 guests per cottage max).
The vacation property has 2 bungalows located in a
quiet residential area on the west side of Hubbard Lake. The west
bungalow is a 2 bedroom/1 bath unit accommodating 6, with fireplace,
& Lake view, and the other a 2 bedroom/1 bath unit accommodating 6
with AC, washer dryer, & Lake Front. Both have two double beds,
& a pull-out couch. The vacation bungalows have heat, cable TV's,
DVD players, and fully-equipped kitchens with coffee makers, microwaves, dishes, and
pots and pans.
Pillows and blankets are provided. Guests bring their
own sheets, pillowcases, towels, paper products, and groceries.
The lake property has sandy bottom swimming, 30-foot
boat dock, picnic table, lawn furniture, barbecue grills and fire pit.
There is a boat launch nearby.
Smoking is allowed. Pets are allowed with cleaning
fee. The cottages are
not handicapped accessible.
The bungalows are located on the west side of Hubbard
Lake in a quiet residential area. Water recreation includes swimming, snorkeling, fishing, water
skiing, and canoeing. Winter sports include Ice
Fishing, Snow-Shoeing, Ice Skating, Tobogganing, and snowmobiling. Other nearby recreation
includes golf, hiking, bicycling, cross-country skiing, and hunting.
Mt. Maria, on the south shore, is the most famous
place in the county, and was listed by National Geographic as one of the
ten most beautiful lake views in the country. At the top of Mt. Maria is
the site of the Austin Backus Memorial. The Mt. Maria Lodge, at the
bottom of the hill, is home to Hubbard Lake's most extensive museum of
local history, with hundreds of photo's of Austin Backus and the early
residents of this area.
Located in northern Alcona County, scenic Hubbard Lake
is Michigan’s 2nd largest inland lake. It was named for Dr.Bela
Hubbard, who, along with Dr. Douglass Houghton, first surveyed the area
in 1850. Then a strategic military location for Indians because of the
high ground at the lake’s southern end, it soon changed into a prime
lumbering area. The source of the South Branch of the Thunder Bay River,
a dam built here helped regulate the flow of timber to Lake Huron at
Alpena. Shortly afterwards, settler Austin Backus built a hotel on the
south side, (now Backus Beach) which helped make the area a popular
Since then, the lake has seen tremendous growth -
today it has become a prime resort area, retirement spot and real estate
investment opportunity. The lake’s widest point stretches 7 miles from
North Bay to Backus Beach - spanning the area of three townships:
Caledonia, Alcona and Hawes. (These spacious waters once attracted
hydroplane designer/racer Les Stoddiker here to research craft design
and durability before the final runs at Great Salt Flats).
Hubbard Lake covers 8,850 acres and has a water depth of
97 feet. Fish
include Pike, Tiger, Muskie, Walleye, Bass, Perch, Trout, and White
For more information or reservations, mention
U.S. Resort and Cottage Registry and:
• e-mail VisitUs@UpToTheNorth.com, or
• phone (248)332-3064 (preferred contact), or
• visit our web site: www.uptothenorth.com
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