on Milakokia Lake
N6129 Milakokia Lake Road
Phone: (906) 477-6207
Four housekeeping cottages on the shores of Milakokia Lake, only 60 minutes west of the Bridge on Highway US-2, south of HIghway US-2, west of Gould City, MI in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Green Gables Resort offers 2 one-bedroom cottages and 2 three-bedroom cottages, one with a wood-burning fireplace, overlooking Milakokia Lake. Wonderful sandy swimming area only 10' from the cabins with a nice grassy lawn for sitting and enjoying the Northwoods.
All cottages have an open concept living area with a knotty pine interior, Satellite TV, and a full kitchen complete with a microwave, coffee maker, toaster, and cooking & eating utensils. Screened in porch overlooking the lake.
Each cabin has a picnic table outside the cabin and a gas grill for outdoor cooking. One fire pit by the waterfront so everyone can enjoy sitting around the campfire. Please bring your linens, towels, beach towels, and paper products.
Green Gables Resort on Milakokia Lake is perfect for your vacation at the lake. Kids of all ages will enjoy swimming or boating while others might like to sit on the 100' dock with their favorite book. Anglers might catch Pike, Perch, Walleye, Small Mouth Bass, or panfish . . . delicious cooked on the grill. We have a fish cleaning house to make it easy to get those fish ready to pop in the pan.
One Bedroom Cottages:
Three Bedroom Cottages:
Cabin #6 has a double bed in two bedrooms and a set of bunk beds in the third bedroom. Bathroom with shower.
Green Gables Resort is open from May through November so guests can enjoy this outstanding area of the Upper Peninsula. We are located close to many interesting places to visit in the Eastern Upper Peninsula. The Seney Wildlife Refuge is nearby offering hiking and biking trails, or you can tour the refuge on the 7 mile Marshland Wildlife Drive . . . observation deck with spotting scopes along the way to see if you can spot the many birds and animals that make the refuge their home. The Visitor Center has many interesting nature exhibits and video presentations. You can also tour the refuge by canoe or kayak with rentals and livery in Germfask.
A longer day trip might take you up towards Newberry and Tahquamenon Falls, one of the largest waterfalls east of the Mississippi River. Continue on to Paradise and visit the Whitefish Point Lighthouse, this active light is now a museum, and the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum and they return to your cabin just in time to light the bonfire.
The Kewadin Casino is 25 miles west of the cabins if you want to try your luck.
Spring is beautiful as the woodlands come alive, wildflowers start to pop up, and the birds return from the south.
Summer is awesome in the northwoods. Relax by the lake and enjoy swimming, boating, water sports, canoeing, fishing, hiking, biking, birding, wildlife watching, and photography.
Fall color is spectacular around Milakokia Lake or there are several circle tours you might like to take. Hunters will find the hundreds of acres public forest lands ideal for hunting waterfowl, upland birds, deer, and bear.
Sorry, No Pets
in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Call (906) 477-6207 or E-Mail:
Look at the bottom of the page, south of Highway US-2
Curtis Lodging &
Photos by Sheldon Minsky
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