On the shores of Lake Superior
32829 Hwy M-64
Enjoy this very private two-bedroom cottage right on the shores of Lake Superior with an awesome view of Lake Superior, fantastic sunsets, and the spectacular night sky.
BIG SNOW SPECIAL
A Beach Retreat Rental Cottage is located 12 miles west of Ontonagon and only 5 minutes from the Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park in the Western Upper Peninsula of Michigan. . . . an ideal spot for enjoying this outstanding wilderness park as well as waterfalls, scenic sites, wildlife, historic museums, and buildings.
The living room is comfortably furnished and there is cable TV with VCR & DVD players and a gas fireplace. The kitchen has full-size appliances, a microwave, toaster, and coffee maker and the cottage is air conditioned for your comfort.
A Beach Retreat offers 2 bedrooms with a queen-size bed in one bedroom and two double beds in the other bedroom. The bathroom has a tub shower combination and we provide linens, towels, and paper products for our guests.
There is a screened porch overlooking the lake for sitting and relaxing or you can enjoy sitting by the 120' of private beach and watching exciting Lake Superior. The beach at the lakeshore has a mixture of sand and rocks and is a fun spot for a little rock hunting.
A Beach Retreat Rental Cottage has a porch with patio furniture, a charcoal grill for outdoor cooking, and a picnic table for dining. There is a fire pit for campfires and roasting marshmallows or hot dogs.
The Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park offers four seasons of recreation with hiking, backpacking, fishing, hunting, rushing waterfalls, scenic overlooks, wildlife watching, and fantastic photographic opportunities. During the Spring the colorful wildflowers emerge from the ground and many birds return from the south. Don't miss the stunning fall colors. The park is open during the winter for snowshoeing, downhill skiing, and cross-country skiing. The Visitor Center in the Park offers interesting daily programs and summer events for the entire family.
Nearby Ontonagon offers charter fishing, a wonderful historical museum, the Ontonagon Lighthouse, gift shops, restaurants, and shopping.
The Porcupine Mountains Ski Area, managed by Gogebic Community College and the DNR, offers downhill skiing and snowboarding with equipment rentals available. There are 15 runs accessible from four lifts. Ski in natural snow with wonderful views of Lake Superior from the top of the hill.
Four main cross-country ski trails wrap around the wilderness area with two warming shelters on the trails. The chalet offers fireplaces for warming up and food service. Open Friday through Monday from 9 am to 5 pm.
ATV and snowmobile trails are within 800 feet of the cottage with easy trail access for some fun riding. And don't forget the fall colors - - absolutely outstanding and a joy for camera bugs.
March 15 through May 15 and October 31 through December
May 16 through October 30 and December 16 through March
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A Beach Retreat Rental Cottage on the shores of Lake Superior in Silver City, MI is a well maintained and exceptionally clean cottage that is open year round so you can enjoy this beautiful area of the Upper Peninsula during all four seasons.
Phone: 906-885-5055 or E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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