Chassell, MI, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Chassell

Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceRelax and unplug at Rabbit Bay Cottage right on sandy Lake Superior. We prefer to rent the cottage for a week at a time during the summer months (Saturday to Saturday), though please inquire about shorter rental availability, as we can be flexible. Our two-story cottage has hardwood floors, a spacious bright kitchen, and a wood-stove for cooler evenings. From our cottage, you can see Rabbit Island from the living room window. The bathroom does not have a bathtub; it only has a shower. There's also a shower in the sauna as well. Guests will have access to the wood-burning sauna, a canoe, and a charcoal grill. In addition to the three beds (two queen-size beds and one full bed), we also have a twin bed upstairs and air mattresses are available upon request. We will provide you with a keybox code to access the house on your check-in day. Guest AccessGuests will have access to the wood-burning sauna, a canoe, and a charcoal grill. In addition to the three beds (two queen-size and one full), we also have a twin bed upstairs and air mattresses are available upon request. Interaction with GuestsWe will provide you with a keybox code to access the house on your check-in day.
house
Excellent
1 review
3br house
  • Pets Allowed
The reason I instantly bought this property back in 1997 for our family retreat is simple: the amazing views from a dramatic lakeshore bluff. I had been traveling extensively around the Upper Peninsula to write a guidebook when I happened by this remote Finnish strawberry farm. What first catches your attention are the stunning views of Lake Superior and the distant Huron Mountains. On clear days even the island off the tip of the Keweenaw Peninsula over 30 miles away is visible. Then you begin to see delicious details in this sweeping vista: Rabbit Island to the north. Pequaming across the bay where Henry Ford had one of his summer homes. Pairs of loons paddling by below. Eagles and hawks patrolling the shoreline and sometimes perching in our tall treetops. There's a rare view from land of the full red sandstone bluff as it curves to the north. Daily a white fishing tug chugs by, returning with its catch trailed by a swarm of hungry seagulls. The pink sunrises are memorable. I never realized passing cloud formations could be so awesome. Not surprisingly, the sky late at night is super dark, filled with stars. 30 miles east the Huron Island light flashes a warning to passing freighters. In winter, spectacular ice formations. In fall as Superior gets frisky, big waves crash into the bluff. The sight at night of the Huron Island lighthouse flashing its warning to passing freighters. Nearby are an historic lighthouse and Finnish church. Within minutes a delightful sandy township beach and park, usually unoccupied. Over the years we upgraded the house, built two decks and later a studio along the bluff. Fixed up the authentic Finnish sauna. Turned the little horse barn into a one-person cabin. I still find it enchanting and have been delighted that our many guests have too. Be aware it's a 20-minute drive to the nearest grocery store. And we're beyond cable hookups for high-speed internet (though we can make calls and check email on our iPhones). It's a very quiet place. Our 1 acre property is on the edge of the quiet hamlet of Jacobsville at the southern entry of the Keweenaw Waterway, 20 miles southeast of Lake Linden. Jacobsville is at the end of a little peninsula, so we get little car traffic. Only a handful of mostly retired older folks remain in Jacobsville, once a bustling site of red sandstone quarries that are now barely visible. From our bluff you can see north to Rabbit (Traverse) Island and the open water of Lake Superior. To the east see the Abbaye Peninsula and the Huron Mountains over 30 miles on the horizon. To the south you can see Henry Ford's old Pequaming settlement and the smokestack in L'Anse.
house
3br house
  • Pets Allowed
This spacious home sits on 40 private acres in the center of the scenic Keweenaw Peninsula, yet is only a half mile from US-41. The South Portage Entry Lighthouse at Lake Superior is within a mile. This is the most scenic and snowy area of Michigan and abounds with trails, parks and waterways. The historic twin cities of Houghton-Hancock are 12 miles away with two colleges, shops, museums, galleries, restaurants, microbreweries and a waterfront Chutes and Ladders park. The Ojibway Casino is 15 minutes south. The house interior is charming and retains the character of the old farm house while thoroughly modernized. Classic old cabinet and room doors were retained as were some hardwood floors. Custom wood paneling is throughout the house including a cedar bathroom, a knotty pine front porch, and a master bedroom with rich black ash paneling. View stars or northern lights out the skylight over the bed. There is a fine sound system with upstairs and downstairs speakers that can be used with the TV or your ipod/phone. Guests love all the special qualities of the house, the great views, the abundant wildlife, and the central location. There are three bedrooms (two queens beds, one double), two family rooms, a sunroom with an oversized jetted spa tub, an insulated porch with a single bed, and two full baths, one with a shower and the other with a claw foot tub. There is a washer dryer in the basement. Outdoors there is a large deck on the house and at the pond. Indoor amenities include a fireplace, premium satellite TV, stereo, DVD, dishwasher, games, puzzles, and quite a library for all ages.The large windows upstairs and down offer ten-mile sunset vistas of the Keweenaw Ridge with almost no human development in sight. Walk in privacy through the fields or on the marked trail loop. Wildlife watching out the big windows can be great, lots of deer, recently some turkeys and large sandhill cranes walking through the fields. Raptors, herons, geese and ducks cruise over and visit the pond. Listen for owls at night. Winter is a special time since we average 20 feet of snow annually. Nearby are snowmobile trails and Alpine and Nordic skiing. Snowshoes, sleds, and sledding hills are provided.A large spring-fed pond wraps around a small peninsula, canoe and lifejackets are provided. Catch and release smallmouth bass fishing. A fine place for kids to catch their first fish. Near the pond is a shaded picnic area. Have a campfire there and maybe you'll get lucky with the northern lights (hint, stay up late). It's possible to sweat with a sunset view over the pond out the full glass door of the triangular wood-fired sauna.Minimum Stay: There is generally a minimum stay of two nights, except during the summer when there is a one-week minimum stay. I will make exceptions to the summer minimum if the place happens to be open near the dates you want.Open all four seasons, fall colors are amazing. Hunting is allowed on the property with my permission. There are 200 blueberry plants, wild strawberries in abundance, pears, raspberries, blackberries, and apples. Strawberry and blueberry U-pick farms are within walking distance down the quiet county road. Guest Comments: We just arrived home from our vacation and wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed your property. Everything was perfect. We found ourselves having difficulty leaving the farm for other activities. The dogs tried to convince us to stay forever, but they had to settle for an opportunity to someday return. Going to bed with a blanket of stars overhead and waking up to deer grazing in the backyard are luxuries not experienced in Cleveland. Lisa P. We were able to watch a bobcat saunter through your back field one evening and several eagles around the pond in the mornings. D.H. Just wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed our stay at your Keweenaw home. Watching the deer in the morning from the deck and then watching for shooting stars at night was big fun. The weather was near perfect all the while we were there so we were able to enjoy the great outdoors. R.K. Just dropping you an e-mail to thank you for letting us stay at your place in the Keweenaw. We had a great time, even though it was pretty hot that week. We had some pretty good meals at the Pilgrim River Restaurant in Chassell and the Harbor Haus in Copper Harbor. Also, with the warm weather we went swimming in Lake Superior a couple of times. Staying at your place was very relaxing and private. Enjoyed the pond, all the stars at night and a few good thunderstorms. Thanks, again. M.K. Everything was good, LOTS OF SNOW!!!! D.E. Just a quick note to let you know we very much enjoyed the home and property. We especially liked sitting on the deck, canoeing and 'playing' in the pond, and your skylight over the bed. We also appreciated the fact that we only did need to bring food to make the visit complete. Your cleaning and grounds-person do a great job! Our dogs have never had the chance to roam a large parcel or play in water and they didn't want to leave. As we were packing the car, one actually started walking down the driveway and refused to come back! D. P. We really enjoyed staying at your house. It is so pretty to watch the sun set over the hills. I enjoyed walking your trails and the peace and quiet. The stars are so bright at night. I'm glad that we were able to rent it for a few days. I wish we could have stayed longer. B.B. We did have a great time. We loved the farm and the house. Very peaceful and great views in every direction. The stars through the skylight over the bed were a real highlight. The house was in great shape and everything worked fine. My wife loved the claw-foot bath tub upstairs and she said you should mention it on your web site. The deer loved the apples from the trees in the backyard. Every evening at the same time they would come by to munch on some. That was a nice treat. We had a great time, enjoyed the pond, canoe, fire pit (every night we had a little bonfire and our twins had a ball), and the house was great, too. A.Z. Just wanted to let you know we had a fantastic time at your home. It was absolutely beautiful there with the views. The house was fabulous and only took a very short time for us to feel right at home. Thanks for everything and we hope we can return next year. It was probably our best trip to the U.P. S.N. We had a wonderful time at the house! It's so great. The house has such a comfortable feel that we really had a relaxing vacation (just what we needed). Can't think of any suggestions, everything was perfect! Thanks again, Y.B. Reduced weekly rates are available off season. Weekly only during the summer with a Saturday changeover. The house is in a very private location set 500 feet back from the road on 40 acres with no neighbors in sight. The house is in the middle of mostly open fields and the pond is a few hundred feet away. There is a marked trail through the woods. The house is on top of a hill with spectacular views toward sunset and the Keweenaw ridge with very little human impact in sight. Overall, expect a peaceful experience that is less than a half mile from US-41 with easy access to the (email: hidden)ractions of the Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan's most scenic area full of lakes, waterfalls and rugged terrain, even mountains like Mt. Bohemia and Mt. Of course, you are also surrounded by the wonderful Lake Superior lakeshore. Houghton-Hancock 12 miles away is the home to Michigan Technological University with a vibrant cultural scene in a very historic city built during the copper boom more than 100 years ago. Two National Parks are near as well as several State Parks. The property has great amenities for people and pets, which are always welcome, and forms a super base to explore the Keweenaw. There is lots of parking even in the winter.
Bedroom
Excellent
8 reviews
Bedroom
    Home in Chassell, MI, 5 1/2 miles from Michigan Tech campus, has a room available with either two twin beds or a full sized bed. Located on Portage Lake, the property has a sauna and deck (only available seasonally) on the lakefront.
    Home/Apartment
    1br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceAlong with the house of the owner, this is the only cabin on this property. Guests have access to the sauna on the lake and the shower in the house in order to bathe. The cabin which has only cold water includes a kitchen (with a refridgerator, convection oven, microwave oven, griddle, coffee and hot pot) as well as a toilet. Interaction with GuestsWe interact with guests as much or as little as they are interested in interacting.
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    Bedroom
    • Wifi
    • Parking
    The SpaceEnjoy a wide open room with one queen size bed, a table for two, a view of Portage Lake and a steam sauna in the lower level of our home. This space is directly below our living area. We sleep in the upper level, so we will be two levels above where you are located from 10p.m to 6a.m. (usually). Guest AccessPlease let us know a few hours ahead of time of when you will be arriving. We will meet you with a key. Enjoy your lower level guest room with a bathroom and a steam sauna. You will only have access to the lower level. You will access it from outside. Please lock the door behind you when you come and go. Interaction with GuestsIf you need help with your accommodations please come to the front door, if the door is open we are there to help, if it's locked we are out. If you need immediate help please call us. We will be happy to help over the phone. The NeighborhoodWe share a circle driveway with our neighbor. Please be aware of others using the driveway. Please angle park next to the brown shed. A trail/path runs through our driveway (parallel to Portage lake), please be careful and watch for bikers, snowmobilers, walkers, etc. when walking to the lower level of our home. Getting AroundWe are a quick 7 minute drive to Michigan Tech and downtown Houghton. We are only 2 miles from Portage Lake Golf Course and 4 miles from Michigan Tech's SDC Arena. Other Things to NoteMini fridge, microwave, coffee pot, closet, towels and Wi-Fi available for your use! We like to sauna-swim in the summertime! We steam up in the sauna and cool off in the lake! Feel free to use the picnic tables and relax on the chairs out on the patio, as well.
    Home/Apartment
    3br Home/Apartment
    • Wifi
    • Pets Allowed
    • Parking
    The SpaceNote, in July and August I only rent weekly, Sat. to Sat. There is a 3 night minimum stay during the MTU WInter Carnival. The house interior is charming and retains the character of the old farm house while thoroughly modernized. Classic old cabinet and room doors were retained as were some hardwood floors. Custom wood paneling is throughout the house including a cedar bathroom, a knotty pine front porch, and a master bedroom with rich black ash paneling. View stars or northern lights out the skylight over the bed. There is a fine sound system with upstairs and downstairs speakers that can be used with the TV or your ipod/phone. Guests love all the special qualities of the house, the great views, the abundant wildlife, and the central location. View stars or northern lights out the skylight over the bed. There is a fine sound system with upstairs and downstairs speakers that can be used with the TV or your ipod/phone. Guests love all the special qualities of the house, the great views, the abundant wildlife, and the central location. There are three bedrooms (two queens beds, one double), two family rooms, a sunroom with an oversized jetted spa tub, an insulated porch with a single bed, and two full baths, one with a shower and the other with a claw foot tub. There is a washer dryer in the basement. Outdoors there is a large deck on the house and at the pond. Indoor amenities include a fireplace, premium satellite TV, stereo, DVD, dishwasher, games, puzzles, and quite a library for all ages. The large windows upstairs and down offer ten-mile sunset vistas of the Keweenaw Ridge with almost no human development in sight. Walk in privacy through the fields or on the marked trail loop. Wildlife watching out the big windows can be great, lots of deer, recently some turkeys and large sandhill cranes walking through the fields. Raptors, herons, geese and ducks cruise over and visit the pond. Listen for owls at night. Winter is a special time since we average 20 feet of snow annually. Nearby are snowmobile trails and Alpine and Nordic skiing. Snowshoes, sleds, and sledding hills are provided. A large spring-fed pond wraps around a small peninsula, canoe and lifejackets are provided. Catch and release smallmouth bass fishing. A fine place for kids to catch their first fish. Near the pond is a shaded picnic area. Have a campfire there and maybe you'll get lucky with the northern lights (hint, stay up late). It's possible to sweat with a sunset view over the pond out the full glass door of the triangular wood-fired sauna. Open all four seasons, fall colors are amazing. Hunting is allowed on the property with my permission. There are 200 blueberry plants, wild strawberries in abundance, pears, raspberries, blackberries, and apples. Strawberry and blueberry U-pick farms are within walking distance down the quiet county road. Guest Comments: We just arrived home from our vacation and wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed your property. Everything was perfect. We found ourselves having difficulty leaving the farm for other activities. The dogs tried to convince us to stay forever, but they had to settle for an opportunity to someday return. Going to bed with a blanket of stars overhead and waking up to deer grazing in the backyard are luxuries not experienced in Cleveland. Lisa P. We were able to watch a bobcat saunter through your back field one evening and several eagles around the pond in the mornings. D.H. Just wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed our stay at your Keweenaw home. Watching the deer in the morning from the deck and then watching for shooting stars at night was big fun. The weather was near perfect all the while we were there so we were able to enjoy the great outdoors. R.K. Just dropping you an e-mail to thank you for letting us stay at your place in the Keweenaw. We had a great time, even though it was pretty hot that week. We had some pretty good meals at the Pilgrim River Restaurant in Chassell and the Harbor Haus in Copper Harbor. Also, with the warm weather we went swimming in Lake Superior a couple of times. Staying at your place was very relaxing and private. Enjoyed the pond, all the stars at night and a few good thunderstorms. Thanks, again. M.K. Everything was good, LOTS OF SNOW!!!! D.E. Just a quick note to let you know we very much enjoyed the home and property. We especially liked sitting on the deck, canoeing and 'playing' in the pond, and your skylight over the bed. We also appreciated the fact that we only did need to bring food to make the visit complete. Your cleaning and grounds-person do a great job! Our dogs have never had the chance to roam a large parcel or play in water and they didn't want to leave. As we were packing the car, one actually started walking down the driveway and refused to come back! D. P. We really enjoyed staying at your house. It is so pretty to watch the sun set over the hills. I enjoyed walking your trails and the peace and quiet. The stars are so bright at night. I'm glad that we were able to rent it for a few days. I wish we could have stayed longer. B.B. We did have a great time. We loved the farm and the house. Very peaceful and great views in every direction. The stars through the skylight over the bed were a real highlight. The house was in great shape and everything worked fine. My wife loved the claw-foot bath tub upstairs and she said you should mention it on your web site. The deer loved the apples from the trees in the backyard. Every evening at the same time they would come by to munch on some. That was a nice treat. We had a great time, enjoyed the pond, canoe, fire pit (every night we had a little bonfire and our twins had a ball), and the house was great, too. A.Z. Just wanted to let you know we had a fantastic time at your home. It was absolutely beautiful there with the views. The house was fabulous and only took a very short time for us to feel right at home. Thanks for everything and we hope we can return next year. It was probably our best trip to the U.P. S.N. We had a wonderful time at the house! It's so great. The house has such a comfortable feel that we really had a relaxing vacation (just what we needed). Can't think of any suggestions, everything was perfect! Thanks again, Y. K. Guest AccessYou have access to the house and all of the 40 acres of land. Interaction with GuestsI have a local cleaner/caretaker who can help with any problems. Call me for help if there are any problems. The NeighborhoodThis is the most scenic and snowy area of Michigan and abounds with trails, parks and waterways. The historic twin cities of Houghton-Hancock are 12 miles away with two colleges, shops, museums, galleries, restaurants, microbreweries and a waterfront Chutes and Ladders park. The Ojibway Casino is 15 minutes south. The house is in a quiet rural neighborhood 500 feet off a paved road. U-pick strawberry and blueberry farms are a short walk away. The house is at the top of a hill and overlooks miles of forest with almost no human activity visible. Lake Superior is only a mile away. Getting AroundThe house is .5 mile from US-41 which goes north 4 miles to the small town of Chassell and 12 miles to the fun university town of Houghton. Baraga and the Ojibway Casino is 15 miles south. Other Things to NotePets are welcome, no extra charge. The minimum stay is two nights, except during the summer when there is a one-week minimum stay. I will make exceptions to the summer minimum if the place happens to be open near the dates you want.There is a 2 night minimum. In summer I only rent weekly, Sat. to Sat. Rates are variable and could be less depending on your dates. Contact me for a quote.
    Home/Apartment
    Excellent
    1 review
    3br Home/Apartment
    • Pets Allowed
    The reason I instantly bought this property back in 1997 for our family retreat is simple: the amazing views from a dramatic lakeshore bluff. I had been traveling extensively around the Upper Peninsula to write a guidebook when I happened by this remote Finnish strawberry farm. What first catches your attention are the stunning views of Lake Superior and the distant Huron Mountains. On clear days even the island off the tip of the Keweenaw Peninsula over 30 miles away is visible. Then you begin to see delicious details in this sweeping vista: Rabbit Island to the north. Pequaming across the bay where Henry Ford had one of his summer homes. Pairs of loons paddling by below. Eagles and hawks patrolling the shoreline and sometimes perching in our tall treetops. There's a rare view from land of the full red sandstone bluff as it curves to the north. Daily a white fishing tug chugs by, returning with its catch trailed by a swarm of hungry seagulls. The pink sunrises are memorable. I never realized passing cloud formations could be so awesome. Not surprisingly, the sky late at night is super dark, filled with stars. 30 miles east the Huron Island light flashes a warning to passing freighters. In winter, spectacular ice formations. In fall as Superior gets frisky, big waves crash into the bluff. The sight at night of the Huron Island lighthouse flashing its warning to passing freighters. Nearby are an historic lighthouse and Finnish church. Within minutes a delightful sandy township beach and park, usually unoccupied. Over the years we upgraded the house, built two decks and later a studio along the bluff. Fixed up the authentic Finnish sauna. Turned the little horse barn into a one-person cabin. I still find it enchanting and have been delighted that our many guests have too. Be aware it's a 20-minute drive to the nearest grocery store. And we're beyond cable hookups for high-speed internet (though we can make calls and check email on our iPhones). It's a very quiet place.
    Home/Apartment
    3br Home/Apartment
    • Pets Allowed
    This spacious home sits on 40 private acres in the center of the scenic Keweenaw Peninsula, yet is only a half mile from US-41. The South Portage Entry Lighthouse at Lake Superior is within a mile. This is the most scenic and snowy area of Michigan and abounds with trails, parks and waterways. The historic twin cities of Houghton-Hancock are 12 miles away with two colleges, shops, museums, galleries, restaurants, microbreweries and a waterfront Chutes and Ladders park. The Ojibway Casino is 15 minutes south. The house interior is charming and retains the character of the old farm house while thoroughly modernized. Classic old cabinet and room doors were retained as were some hardwood floors. Custom wood paneling is throughout the house including a cedar bathroom, a knotty pine front porch, and a master bedroom with rich black ash paneling. View stars or northern lights out the skylight over the bed. There is a fine sound system with upstairs and downstairs speakers that can be used with the TV or your ipod/phone. Guests love all the special qualities of the house, the great views, the abundant wildlife, and the central location. There are three bedrooms (two queens beds, one double), two family rooms, a sunroom with an oversized jetted spa tub, an insulated porch with a single bed, and two full baths, one with a shower and the other with a claw foot tub. There is a washer dryer in the basement. Outdoors there is a large deck on the house and at the pond. Indoor amenities include a fireplace, premium satellite TV, stereo, DVD, dishwasher, games, puzzles, and quite a library for all ages.The large windows upstairs and down offer ten-mile sunset vistas of the Keweenaw Ridge with almost no human development in sight. Walk in privacy through the fields or on the marked trail loop. Wildlife watching out the big windows can be great, lots of deer, recently some turkeys and large sandhill cranes walking through the fields. Raptors, herons, geese and ducks cruise over and visit the pond. Listen for owls at night. Winter is a special time since we average 20 feet of snow annually. Nearby are snowmobile trails and Alpine and Nordic skiing. Snowshoes, sleds, and sledding hills are provided.A large spring-fed pond wraps around a small peninsula, canoe and lifejackets are provided. Catch and release smallmouth bass fishing. A fine place for kids to catch their first fish. Near the pond is a shaded picnic area. Have a campfire there and maybe you'll get lucky with the northern lights (hint, stay up late). It's possible to sweat with a sunset view over the pond out the full glass door of the triangular wood-fired sauna.Minimum Stay: There is generally a minimum stay of two nights, except during the summer when there is a one-week minimum stay. I will make exceptions to the summer minimum if the place happens to be open near the dates you want.Open all four seasons, fall colors are amazing. Hunting is allowed on the property with my permission. There are 200 blueberry plants, wild strawberries in abundance, pears, raspberries, blackberries, and apples. Strawberry and blueberry U-pick farms are within walking distance down the quiet county road. Guest Comments: We just arrived home from our vacation and wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed your property. Everything was perfect. We found ourselves having difficulty leaving the farm for other activities. The dogs tried to convince us to stay forever, but they had to settle for an opportunity to someday return. Going to bed with a blanket of stars overhead and waking up to deer grazing in the backyard are luxuries not experienced in Cleveland. Lisa P. We were able to watch a bobcat saunter through your back field one evening and several eagles around the pond in the mornings. D.H. Just wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed our stay at your Keweenaw home. Watching the deer in the morning from the deck and then watching for shooting stars at night was big fun. The weather was near perfect all the while we were there so we were able to enjoy the great outdoors. R.K. Just dropping you an e-mail to thank you for letting us stay at your place in the Keweenaw. We had a great time, even though it was pretty hot that week. We had some pretty good meals at the Pilgrim River Restaurant in Chassell and the Harbor Haus in Copper Harbor. Also, with the warm weather we went swimming in Lake Superior a couple of times. Staying at your place was very relaxing and private. Enjoyed the pond, all the stars at night and a few good thunderstorms. Thanks, again. M.K. Everything was good, LOTS OF SNOW!!!! D.E. Just a quick note to let you know we very much enjoyed the home and property. We especially liked sitting on the deck, canoeing and 'playing' in the pond, and your skylight over the bed. We also appreciated the fact that we only did need to bring food to make the visit complete. Your cleaning and grounds-person do a great job! Our dogs have never had the chance to roam a large parcel or play in water and they didn't want to leave. As we were packing the car, one actually started walking down the driveway and refused to come back! D. P. We really enjoyed staying at your house. It is so pretty to watch the sun set over the hills. I enjoyed walking your trails and the peace and quiet. The stars are so bright at night. I'm glad that we were able to rent it for a few days. I wish we could have stayed longer. B.B. We did have a great time. We loved the farm and the house. Very peaceful and great views in every direction. The stars through the skylight over the bed were a real highlight. The house was in great shape and everything worked fine. My wife loved the claw-foot bath tub upstairs and she said you should mention it on your web site. The deer loved the apples from the trees in the backyard. Every evening at the same time they would come by to munch on some. That was a nice treat. We had a great time, enjoyed the pond, canoe, fire pit (every night we had a little bonfire and our twins had a ball), and the house was great, too. A.Z. Just wanted to let you know we had a fantastic time at your home. It was absolutely beautiful there with the views. The house was fabulous and only took a very short time for us to feel right at home. Thanks for everything and we hope we can return next year. It was probably our best trip to the U.P. S.N. We had a wonderful time at the house! It's so great. The house has such a comfortable feel that we really had a relaxing vacation (just what we needed). Can't think of any suggestions, everything was perfect! Thanks again, Y.B.
    Bedroom
    2br Bedroom
    • Pets Allowed
    Enjoy fishing? Looking for a place to stay on beautiful Portage Lake where there are many outdoor activities to enjoy with your family and friends? You found the right place! Located 3 miles South of Houghton, we are just minutes away from dining, golfing, shopping, Michigan Technological University, and the gateway to the Keweenaw Peninsula for some fantastic site seeing along the shores of beautiful Lake Superior. Did I mention great fishing too! Portage Lake has hosted the PWT more than once! THIS IS JUST ONE OF OUR UNITS LISTED, WE HAVE SEVERAL ON THE PROPERTY. MID- MAY THROUGH MOST OF AUGUST WE DO WEEKLY ONLY, SATURDAY TO SATURDAY. FOR THESE MONTHS, PLEASE CHECK OUR FULL WEBSITE AT WWW.UPNORTHWOODS.COM FOR AVAILABILITY ON ALL OUR UNITS - this calendar only gets used in the summer when all of our units are full. For Sept - May, we use this calendar since only this unit is open). We do provide bedding, but please bring towels. Come check us out! We would love to meet you and your friends and family. That is the best part of this business. We love seeing the friends that we make here come back year after year. Click on the Amenities tab to see what we have onsite! Sandy bottom for great swimming Docks for boaters Lakeside biking/walking trail Badminton beach sand area Lakeside Deck with fire pit Basket Ball hoop Wireless Internet All of our units are equipped with cable TV, a full kitchen with coffee makers, dishes, pots & pans, silverware, and a microwave. You may also enjoy cooking on the outdoor fire pit, gas, and charcoal grills. Linens are provided in limited supply, but please bring towels.
    Cottage
    3br Cottage
      Chassell Bay Cottages on Portage Lake in Chassell, Michigan is your gateway to summertime Copper Country adventure—fishing Lake Superior, boating Portage Canal, biking our many recreational trails, and soaking up scenic Upper Peninsula beaches. Whatever your Pure Michigan pleasure, relax and unwind in our three clean and cozy cottages where the sounds of Pike Bay and a crackling fire wash right up to your door. Set just 50-feet from the lakeshore, the Loft offers two-stories of waterfront views. With one private bedroom and a trundle bed in the open loft, this cottage comfortably sleeps four. Couples and young families make Chassell Bay Cottages home for their Upper Michigan vacation.
      Bungalow
      4br Bungalow
        Chassell Bay Cottages on Portage Lake in Chassell, Michigan is your gateway to summertime Copper Country adventure—fishing Lake Superior, boating Portage Canal, biking our many recreational trails, and soaking up scenic Upper Peninsula beaches. Whatever your Pure Michigan pleasure, relax and unwind in our three clean and cozy cottages where the sounds of Pike Bay and a crackling fire wash right up to your door. This is your Northern Michigan beach house. A little more room to sprawl, this two-story house has one first-floor bedroom and two on the upper level. A short walk down the path leads you directly to the water. Perfect for families, fishing buddies, or even a few couples, relax and say ‘ahhh’ to summer vaca.
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        3br Home/Apartment
          Chassell Bay Cottages on Portage Lake in Chassell, Michigan is your gateway to summertime Copper Country adventure—fishing Lake Superior, boating Portage Canal, biking our many recreational trails, and soaking up scenic Upper Peninsula beaches. Whatever your Pure Michigan pleasure, relax and unwind in our three clean and cozy cottages where the sounds of Pike Bay and a crackling fire wash right up to your door. The open-floor plan of this single-level cozy cottage provides a great setting just feet from the water. With one private bedroom and a second nook including bunk beds, this cottage comfortably sleeps four. A favorite for fishermen and folks who avoid stairs.
          Home/Apartment
          Excellent
          18 reviews
          3br Home/Apartment
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          The SpaceMany blueberry bushes are on the property, which are available for picking by guests. Depending on the weather, blueberry season usually starts by the 4th week in July and lasts to the end of September. Guest AccessGuests have open access to house with their own key Interaction with GuestsThe owners live ~ 7 miles from the property, and are available 24/7. The NeighborhoodThe house is ~ 6 miles from Chassell, MI, which has boat launch facilities for Portage Lake, and ~ 13 miles from Houghton/Hancock, MI, home of Michigan Technological University and Finlandia University. Other Things to Note3 day stay minimum
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          The SpaceThere is a bedroom, kitchen, family room, and full bath on the base level of the house. There is also access to the backyard and sauna from this level. Up the stairs is access to the "driveway level" and large wood deck. There is a common area, office space, and full bath with Jacuzzi bathtub here. Stairs lead to a lofted bedroom with excellent views to the north and south through the big windows. Guest AccessGuests have access to the entire house, sauna, and property. Access to the utility shed and garage will be limited. Interaction with GuestsI will be available by phone or email, and we have great friends who serve as excellent hosts that will also be available. The neighbors are great too. Getting AroundThe house is located 10 minutes from Michigan Tech University, Houghton, dining, theater, shopping, and breweries. We are 5 minutes from Chassell Bay where there is excellent boating, fishing, swimming, and a nice township water-side park. 15 minutes from Quincy Mine and the gateway to the Keweenaw Peninsula. Other Things to NoteThere is a coffee maker, blender, fully-equipped kitchen. We provide linens, towels for the bathroom and sauna.
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          My place is close to Portage Lake and Michigan Tech. You’ll love my place because of fishing Lake Superior, skiing and snowboarding Mont Ripley, boating Portage Canal, biking our many recreational trails, and soaking up scenic Upper Peninsula beaches. Whatever your Pure Michigan pleasure, relax and unwind in our clean and cozy cottage where the sounds of Pike Bay and a crackling fire wash right up to your door.
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          The SpaceOur primary goal for the cottage is cleanliness, for you. We want every guest to be welcomed by a spotlessly clean and comfortable space. Guest AccessYou'll have access to the entire cottage and shared access to 50 feet of Portage Lake waterfront; three rental cottages total share the lakefront property, which, depending on the season includes docks and a grill. Interaction with GuestsThe best way to reach me is via AirBnB or by cell phone. I will try to respond very quickly. Because we are a busy family with young children, it is likely we won't have an opportunity to meet during your stay. This gives guests more time relax and explore. The NeighborhoodOur cottage is located on Lakeshore Drive in Chassell. It is a residential street set right on Portage Lake. Many of the neighboring properties on the street are seasonal camps or cottages. You'll have neighbors to your right and left, yet plenty of quiet and privacy. People in Chassell and throughout the Keweenaw are known to be friendly and helpful. Getting AroundYou'll park in a gravel parking lot, and walk down a gravel path, about 100 yards, to the cottage. We have wagons available to help haul your gear.
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          The SpaceOur primary goal for the cottage is cleanliness, for you. We want every guest to be welcomed by a spotlessly clean and comfortable space. Guest AccessYou'll have access to the entire cottage and shared access to 50 feet of Portage Lake waterfront; three rental cottages total share the lakefront property, which, depending on the season includes docks and a grill. Interaction with GuestsThe best way to reach me is via AirBnB or by cell phone. I will try to respond very quickly. Because we are a busy family with young children, it is likely we won't have an opportunity to meet during your stay. This gives guests more time relax and explore. The NeighborhoodOur cottage is located on Lakeshore Drive in Chassell. It is a residential street set right on Portage Lake. Many of the neighboring properties on the street are seasonal camps or cottages. You'll have neighbors to your right and left, yet plenty of quiet and privacy. People in Chassell and throughout the Keweenaw are known to be friendly and helpful. Getting AroundYou'll park in a gravel parking lot, and walk down a gravel path, about 100 yards, to the cottage. We have wagons available to help haul your gear.
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          3br Cabin
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          Guest AccessWhole house. Plenty of parking space. Interaction with GuestsPhone call or text . Live 1/4 mi away. The NeighborhoodQuiet. Getting Around10 minutes from city of Houghton, MTU x country ski trails, 5 min from Chassell Ski trail. Other Things to NoteOne rm with queen, & 1 RM with full size bed and 1 single rollaway. Downstairs full size bedroom but closed in winter due to no heat duct. Comfy lounge area in living room.
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          2br Home/Apartment
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          Our place has 157 ft on Portage lake, perfect for swimming, fishing, or just relaxing and enjoying the fantastic view. It has two furnished bedrooms, living room, equipped kitchen, all new and ready for you, just bring your clothes and food. This is my family's beloved home, we are looking for responsible vacationers, Tech alumni, and parents of students attending their kids special moments. In summary responsible people who will enjoy and take care of our home as if it's theirs.
          Cottage
          2br Cottage
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          Whitecaps Cottage is a Lake Superior vacation rental located on the eastern shore of the Keweenaw. The cottage offers a large open living area with a full kitchen, dining nook and electric Fireplace. Two bedrooms, and a full bath complete the interior. This cottage provides wonderful views of Lake Superior sunrises and harvest moons. The large windows and French doors at the front of the cottage bring the grandeur of Lake Superior to the living space. To the north, the Lower Entry Lighthouse is visible on clear days. Freighters occasionally cross in front of Whitecaps Cottage as they enter the Portage Canal. Further north is Rabbit Island and the extreme ski slopes of Mount Bohemia. Keywords: Cottage
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          Spacious and furnished 3 bedroom, 2 bath cottage with large living room, dining room, equipped kitchen and screen porch. Located on the shores of Little Rice Lake, it offers secluded comfort for up to 8 travelers including parking for cars and trailers. Beautiful Lake Superior beaches and a marina are within a couple of miles. This is a great starting point for viewing the Keweenaw's beautiful fall colors as well visiting copper country museums and historical sites. This cozy cottage is nearby internationally recognized mountain biking trails, many different hiking trails with gorgeous year-round views, and off-road motorized vehicle trails. For those winter sport enthusiasts, nearby are access to hundreds of miles of groomed snowmobile trails, snow-shoeing trails, and abundant snowboarding, downhill and cross country skiing opportunities! Come back to the cottage at the end of a busy day and settle down next to a warm bonfire outside in the yard.
          Cottage
          2br Cottage
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          This 2 bedroom, 1 bath cottage is perfect for your family's getaway. Located right on Portage Lake. This lake is great for skiing, jet-skiing, swimming, tubing, canoe/kayaking. Nice sandy bottom for any lake activity. Also, great for fishing. Large living room with beautiful views of the lake, along with a nice electric fireplace. Very cozy kitchen with all the amenities. Very large deck to enjoy the outdoors anytime of the year. Steps to the water right from the deck. Master bedroom has a queen size bed with views of the lake to greet you in the morning. Second bedroom has a bunk bed system. Top bunk is a single; bottom bunk is a full size bed. Living room couch pulls out to a full size bed also. Full size bathroom with tub and shower. Full refrigerator and gas oven along with a microwave. Kitchen is fully stocked with cooking, serving, utensils items that you may need. BBQ grill on deck (spring/summer/fall months only). Washer and dryer available on request. Nature/Bike trail steps away from the front door. This trail will bring you right into Houghton or into Chassell. Access to the snowmobile trail system. Minutes from MTU Campus; popular restaurants; downtown Houghton; Mt Ripley is only 8 miles away; Mt Bohemia is 45 minutes.
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          Bring your boat or fish off the dock. The location is perfect, on Portage River, between Portage Lake and Lake Superior. The water is about 6' deep off the 38' length of dock. The mobile home is a secluded get-away which is also perfect for those who want a relaxing time away from the daily hustle and bustle. The kitchen has stainless steel appliances including a dishwasher. The kitchen is fully supplied with dishes, flatware, pots and pans, coffee maker, toaster, microwave, crock pot, dish soap and more. There are 2 bedrooms that sleeps a maximum of 4. The first has a queen bed and the second has a double bed. The 4 piece bathroom has a shower/tub combination. We provide bath towels, wash cloths, soaps, toilet paper and tissues. Enjoy the comfortable living room with satellite DirecTV. During the warm weather there is an air conditioner in a living room window. There are also some fans if needed. There is a blue-ray player so bring some of your favorite movies. Relax with some of our books, magazines and games. Enjoy the out-of-doors on our 490' of shoreline. Roast wieners and marshmallows at the fire-pit and grill with the gas grill on the deck. We are relatively secluded with an uninhabited island across from our shore. We are in a rural and wooded area so you might expect to see any wild life from wolves to porcupines and eagles to wild turkeys. Our property is a continual work in progress so there may be projects yet to finish and more projects we would like to begin. Our hope is that you will enjoy the property as much as we do! During the summer months you may have greater success booking a week from Friday to Friday or midweek to midweek but I will try to work with your preferences. During the winter months we will consider a 2 night minimum stay especially for Michigan Tech University and Finlandia University activities.
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          2br Home/Apartment
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          Explore miles of pristine shoreline of sandy beaches and magnificent sandstone cliffs as you walk, kayak, canoe or row in Rabbit Bay in the Keweenaw Peninsula in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula (all included with rental). There are amazing views of Rabbit Island and the Huron Mountains and even more amazing with the sunrise and moonrise. Watch eagles, loons, deer, bear and wolves. Feast on wild berries or enjoy the spectacular fall color season. There is easy access to the Keweenaw by the mode of transportation that you enjoy the most. This secluded newer custom home has an open design with all of the amenities of home including internet, flat screen TV, ceiling fans, and a beautifully equipped kitchen. The interior is warm and classic with knotty pine, hardwood and tile floors with large decks overlooking Lake Superior. The two large bedrooms comfortably sleep five. The main bedroom has a queen bed and is on the first floor across from the bathroom. The second bedroom is upstairs in a closed in loft and has three twin beds, flat screen TV with DVD/VCR and movies along with cards and board games. This is a perfect setup if there are those who wish to go to turn in early or have a private place to play. An authentic, Finnish, wood-burning sauna is in a separate building with an attached three-season screened-in porch. The best way to relax an over-stressed body and mind is to take a sauna, jump into Lake Superior, and enjoy a drink on the deck or in the screened-in porch. Linger by a campfire, roast some Vollworth’s natural casing hotdogs and savor s’mores for dessert.
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          This spacious home sits on 40 private acres in the center of the scenic Keweenaw Peninsula, yet is only a half mile from US-41. The South Portage Entry Lighthouse at Lake Superior is within a mile. This is the most scenic and snowy area of Michigan and abounds with trails, parks and waterways. The historic twin cities of Houghton-Hancock are 12 miles away with two colleges, shops, museums, galleries, restaurants, microbreweries and a waterfront Chutes and Ladders park. The Ojibway Casino is 15 minutes south. The house interior is charming and retains the character of the old farm house while thoroughly modernized. Classic old cabinet and room doors were retained as were some hardwood floors. Custom wood paneling is throughout the house including a cedar bathroom, a knotty pine front porch, and a master bedroom with rich black ash paneling. View stars or northern lights out the skylight over the bed. There is a fine sound system with upstairs and downstairs speakers that can be used with the TV or your ipod/phone. Guests love all the special qualities of the house, the great views, the abundant wildlife, and the central location. There are three bedrooms (two queens beds, one double), two family rooms, a sunroom with an oversized jetted spa tub, an insulated porch with a single bed, and two full baths, one with a shower and the other with a claw foot tub. There is a washer dryer in the basement. Outdoors there is a large deck on the house and at the pond. Indoor amenities include a fireplace, premium satellite TV, stereo, DVD, dishwasher, games, puzzles, and quite a library for all ages. The large windows upstairs and down offer ten-mile sunset vistas of the Keweenaw Ridge with almost no human development in sight. Walk in privacy through the fields or on the marked trail loop. Wildlife watching out the big windows can be great, lots of deer, recently some turkeys and large sandhill cranes walking through the fields. Raptors, herons, geese and ducks cruise over and visit the pond. Listen for owls at night. Winter is a special time since we average 20 feet of snow annually. Nearby are snowmobile trails and Alpine and Nordic skiing. Snowshoes, sleds, and sledding hills are provided. A large spring-fed pond wraps around a small peninsula, canoe and lifejackets are provided. Catch and release smallmouth bass fishing. A fine place for kids to catch their first fish. Near the pond is a shaded picnic area. Have a campfire there and maybe you'll get lucky with the northern lights (hint, stay up late). It's possible to sweat with a sunset view over the pond out the full glass door of the triangular wood-fired sauna. Minimum Stay: The minimum stay is two nights, except during July and August when there is a one-week minimum stay. I will make exceptions to the summer minimum if the place happens to be open near the dates you want. Open all four seasons, fall colors are amazing. Hunting is allowed on the property with my permission. There are 200 blueberry plants, wild strawberries in abundance, pears, raspberries, blackberries, and apples. Strawberry and blueberry U-pick farms are within walking distance down the quiet county road. Guest Comments: We just arrived home from our vacation and wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed your property. Everything was perfect. We found ourselves having difficulty leaving the farm for other activities. The dogs tried to convince us to stay forever, but they had to settle for an opportunity to someday return. Going to bed with a blanket of stars overhead and waking up to deer grazing in the backyard are luxuries not experienced in Cleveland. Lisa P. We were able to watch a bobcat saunter through your back field one evening and several eagles around the pond in the mornings. D.H. Just wanted to let you know how much we enjoyed our stay at your Keweenaw home. Watching the deer in the morning from the deck and then watching for shooting stars at night was big fun. The weather was near perfect all the while we were there so we were able to enjoy the great outdoors. R.K. Just dropping you an e-mail to thank you for letting us stay at your place in the Keweenaw. We had a great time, even though it was pretty hot that week. We had some pretty good meals at the Pilgrim River Restaurant in Chassell and the Harbor Haus in Copper Harbor. Also, with the warm weather we went swimming in Lake Superior a couple of times. Staying at your place was very relaxing and private. Enjoyed the pond, all the stars at night and a few good thunderstorms. Thanks, again. M.K. Everything was good, LOTS OF SNOW!!!! D.E. Just a quick note to let you know we very much enjoyed the home and property. We especially liked sitting on the deck, canoeing and 'playing' in the pond, and your skylight over the bed. We also appreciated the fact that we only did need to bring food to make the visit complete. Your cleaning and grounds-person do a great job! Our dogs have never had the chance to roam a large parcel or play in water and they didn't want to leave. As we were packing the car, one actually started walking down the driveway and refused to come back! D. P. We really enjoyed staying at your house. It is so pretty to watch the sun set over the hills. I enjoyed walking your trails and the peace and quiet. The stars are so bright at night. I'm glad that we were able to rent it for a few days. I wish we could have stayed longer. B.B. We did have a great time. We loved the farm and the house. Very peaceful and great views in every direction. The stars through the skylight over the bed were a real highlight. The house was in great shape and everything worked fine. My wife loved the claw-foot bath tub upstairs and she said you should mention it on your web site. The deer loved the apples from the trees in the backyard. Every evening at the same time they would come by to munch on some. That was a nice treat. We had a great time, enjoyed the pond, canoe, fire pit (every night we had a little bonfire and our twins had a ball), and the house was great, too. A.Z. Just wanted to let you know we had a fantastic time at your home. It was absolutely beautiful there with the views. The house was fabulous and only took a very short time for us to feel right at home. Thanks for everything and we hope we can return next year. It was probably our best trip to the U.P. S.N. We had a wonderful time at the house! It's so great. The house has such a comfortable feel that we really had a relaxing vacation (just what we needed). Can't think of any suggestions, everything was perfect! Thanks again, Y.B.
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          3br Home/Apartment
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          Kemp's Four Seasons Log Home is the perfect get-away with all the convieniences of home. Kemp's Log Home is located 1.5 miles from endless snowmobile trails - Leave right from the home with your snowmobile and groomed cross country ski trails; 3 miles from beautiful Chassell Bay featuring swimming, convenient boat launch, volleyball court, basketball court, horseshoes and fishing dock. 9 miles from historic Downtown Houghton / Hancock the Gateway to the Copper Country and 22 miles from all night entertainment at the Ojibway Casino in Baraga. This beautiful log home includes: 1600 square feet of Spacious Living that Sleeps 11 - comfortably! 3 bedrooms, 2 full baths, whirlpool in Master Bedroom with TV and VCR, free WIFI, loft with day bed, gas log fireplace, snack bar - dinning room and great room. Radiant in floor heating!! All linens, dishware and robes are provided. COMPLETELY UPDATED IN 2011 Keywords: Vacation Home in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, sleeps 11 comfortable, Completely updated in 2011
          Cabin
          1br Cabin
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          Welcome - Cabin au bord du lac is a quaint little cottage with a French ambiance located on Portage Lake in Keweenaw's Upper Peninsula. Located on U.S. 41, the cabin is only 5 minutes south of Michigan Technological University in Houghton, 8 minutes south of Finlandia University in Hancock, and 3 minutes north of Chassell. The cabin sits on Portage Lake on one side and a walking/biking trail on the other that can take you to north Houghton or south to Chassell. In addition, Copper Harbor, located at the northern end point of U.S. 41, is only about an hour farther north should you decide to take a scenic lake route to the tip of the Keweenaw. The cabin offers year round accommodations for up to three individuals. The cabin sits overlooking Portage Lake and offers a scenic view of sunrises and sunsets over the water. The lake is great for fishing and swimming, sandy and shallow for a distance then drops to deeper levels. The deck overlooks the lake and has a large gas grill and a quaint French table and chairs for your dining pleasure. There is a fire pit on the premises near the cottage. If you desire to have a campfire you will have ample kindling and wood to keep you cozy. High Speed Wireless Internet is available should you wish to connect with the outside world. Summer is beautiful in the Keweenaw. Swimming, boating, fishing, golfing, hiking, biking, birdwatching, and enjoying abundant waterfalls are just some of the attractions. In addition, there are many tourist and historic sites to see in the Keweenaw Peninsula. Fall has attracted people from all over the world for our spectacular colors. The trees are magnificent with the most gorgeous colors ever to be seen. Bird watching, biking and hiking are dominant fall attractions in this area. Fall also brings incoming freshman to Michigan Tech and Finlandia University. The cabin is the perfect place to provide that home away from home for parents and student sons and daughters. Winter visitors love our snow. The cabin is in close to downhill ski areas, including Mont Ripley -- only five minutes away. In addition the area offers numerous cross country trails (some used for mountain biking in warmer seasons) within a 5 mile radius. Michigan Tech University is known for its great cross country ski trail system, while Hancock offer the Maasto Hiihto and Churning Rapids Trails. There are numerous outdoor and indoor community ice rinks. The plentiful snow and abundant open areas make it an attraction for snowshoeing and sledding as well. Last but not least is Michigan Tech's winter carnival. Be sure to make reservations ahead as this is one of the busiest events of the winter. Springtime Spring visitors enjoy the sun, green landscxapes, lilacs and apple blossoms, and the return of migrating birds through the blue skies. The Keweenaw is a great place for birding. Springtime also brings graduations for seniors of Michigan Tech and Finlandia students thus the cabin provides parents a better-than-a-motel feel for their stay. Cabin 'au bord du lac' is a place to stay more than once -- in any season. Keywords: lake shore, silent sports, bike trail, skiing, snowshoeing, kayaking, boating, hiking, downhill skiing, fishing.
          Cabin
          2br Cabin
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          year-round Cabin is fully furnished, cable tv, gas grill, campfire pit, dock for your boat, boat rental available, fish cleaning house, sandy swimming area. Close to golf course, movie theater, restaurants, sits on the snowmobile trail, excellent hunting, and all the north woods has to offer.
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          2br Cabin
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          Black Bear Cabin is a rustic log cabin vacation rental in the beautiful Keweenaw Peninsula. Located one mile north of Chassell, the cabin offers year-round accommodations. Black Bear Cabin is your home for exploring the sites and attractions of the Keweenaw. The cabin is one mile from Chassell Beach and is within driving distance to all the Keweenaw Peninsula's tourist destinations. Fall is especially beautiful at the cabin as the property consists of four wooded acres with the gorgeous changing colors of maple and oak leaves. Located in a quiet setting with a view of Portage Lake, Black Bear Cabin is a relaxing option for your next Upper Peninsula vacation. Keywords: Log Cabin