The SpaceThis cabin is decorated rustic elegance and has all new log furniture throughout home.. BONUS: AIR CONDITIONING!!!! Also has patio set, firepit, fenced in yard, picnic table and umbrella at riverside, propane barbecue grill.. Cottage books Sunday to Sunday for summertime. DON'T WAIT!
Be on the Indian River and boat to Mullett and Burt Lake...Fish off dock
Cottage has 125 feet of PRIME & PRIVATE INDIAN RIVER FRONTAGE!
Cottage is TRULY a HOME AWAY FROM HOME W/EXTRAS! Town for groceries very close. Kitchen is fully stocked and appliances are New...... Kitchen has stove, refrigerator microwave, also Full size washer and dryer also! Fenced in yard on both sides, river front open, caged fire pit and river front has a sandy beach area off dock area. Dock can accommodate a boat up to 30'+
Satellite dish TV in living room and master bedroom and Wi-Fi internet throughout property.
Pet friendly (pet fees apply) Guest AccessI have a lock box located at the door entry way and code is given to guest on the day of check in. Early and late check outs may be arranged but not available in June, July or August. Interaction with GuestsIf you need any assistance during your stay, I would be most happy to help out in any way possible to make your stay more comfortable. The NeighborhoodBeing directly on the river with boats to use and also outdoor hot tub to relax after a day of adventures/day trips which are plentiful in this area and close to just about everything and anything to do at any age group.
The cottage is directly on the Famous Inland Waterway which is Michigan's longest chain of rivers and lakes and this cottage is right at the heart of it! The Inland Waterway, which is more than 40 miles long, runs through Pickerel Lake, Crooked Lake, The Crooked River, Burt Lake, The Indian River, Mullett Lake, The Cheboygan River, and finally into Lake Huron. The Inland Waterway can handle boats up to 65 feet long (18 foot beam) with up to a 5 foot draft. There are 17 species of fish inhabit the waterway whether ice fishing for walleye, spring steelhead, summer perch, trout, bass, or downrigging for salmon in the Great Lakes, this area has it all.
For fun by land, enjoy the North Central State Trail, a beautiful 62 mile hiking, biking and snowmobiling trail, which passes through Indian River as it connects Gaylord to Mackinaw City. Up for ORVing, Motorcycling or snowmobiling; check out Tomahawk Trails which provides miles of scenic wilderness. Hunt, fish and play in 180,000+ acres of State Land including the Mackinaw State Forest and lovely Pigeon River Country State Forest, home to Michigan's only free ranging Elk Herd, the largest herd east of the Mississippi. Visit the world's tallest wooden Crucifix at Cross in the Woods.
Truly Nature's Mecca, this cottage offers you the ideal location to boat, fish, hunt, camp, bike, golf, kayak, canoe, raft, tube, sail, snowmobile, ORV, Motorcycle, ski, bird watch, mushroom hunt, hike, skate, dine, and shop. By water or by land, quiet sport or motor, fun with nature is certain with so many activities available to you. Getting AroundPlenty of parking at the home for vehicle(s) and/or trailer! Other Things to NoteIf you'd rather do something more passive, substitute reading a book by the lakeshore or riverfront having lunch while watching boats pass by on the waterway and sitting by a campfire in the evening! Indian River is located between Burt and Mullett Lakes, two of Michigan's largest inland lakes and are part of the Inland Water Route, a 38 mile chain of lakes and rivers that begins in Conway and empties into Lake Huron at Cheboygan.The lakes and connecting rivers are enjoyed by boaters, kayakers, sailboaters and a wide variety of powerboats! Indian River is a prime fishing destination for both professionals and amateur fishermen but the professionals don't enjoy their catch any more than the five-year-old who catches his or her first fish while fishing with grandpa! Indian River is also at the middle of the North Central State Recreational Trail, a 62 mile trail from Gaylord to Machinaw City. The Indian River Golf Club has a beautiful 18 hole course and wthin an hour's drive there are dozens of other 9 and 18 hole courses. The Cross in the Woods is the Worlds largest crucifix. It is one of Michigan's top tourist destinations and draws hundreds of thousands of people to Indian River each year.Indian River is at the northern edge of the Pigeon River Country State Forest, home of the nationals largest wild elk herd east of the Mississippi. The state forest also has miles and miles of forestland for hunting, fishing, mushroom & berry ppicking, camping and hiking.