"A Cabin Up North" on Lake Superior
Vacation Home Rental Rates and Seasons
"A Cabin Up North" on Lake Superior is a year-round vacation home. June through October one can hike, fish, swim or just sit back and enjoy beautiful sunsets over Lake Superior and extraordinary colors in fall. November through March there is hunting and winter sports (downhill and cross country skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling).
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The cabin is a custom Koski Log Home, built in 2001, 2200 sq ft, 3 bed/2 bath, and sleeps 8. Main level has an open floor plan with kitchen and dining area blending into the living room. Two private bedrooms and a bathroom are on the same level. There is access to the back deck from the living room and from one of the bedrooms. The loft is entirely dedicated to the largest bedroom (with a king size bed) and bath. There are hardwood floors throughout and tile in the baths.
The cabin has heat, a fireplace, deck, phone, satellite TV, VCR and radio. The fully-equipped kitchen has a coffee maker, microwave, dishwasher, dishes, and pots and pans. Linens and towels are provided.
Beautiful views from every room!
The lakefront property has a private beach, picnic table, and fire pit.
Pets and smoking are not allowed. The house is not handicapped accessible.
The cabin is nestled on 3 1/2 acres of wooded property with 1000 feet of private beach on Lake Superior, the largest fresh water lake in the world! Water recreation includes swimming, boating, and fishing. There is a boat launch area 1 1/2 miles east. Other nearby recreation includes golf, hiking, bicycling, snowmobiling, downhill and cross-country skiing, and hunting.
There is easy access to the cabin on M-64, but no neighbors in sight! The closest town is Silver City about 1 1/2 miles West, and Ontonagon is 12 miles East. Porcupine Mts. State Park is one of the largest wilderness areas in the US and it is only 4 miles west from the cabin.
Lake Superior covers 49,000 sq miles and has a water depth of 1,335 feet.
A Cabin Up North