On the Shores of the Manistique Lakes at Curtis, MI in the spectacular Upper Peninsula. Located approximately 65 miles northwest of the Mackinac Bridge.
The six bedroom housekeeping cottage with 2 bathrooms on South Manistique Lake sleeps 18 comfortably. This cottage has full amenities with a ceiling fan in all rooms.
The main floor of the cottage has an open concept living area and a recreation room with a pool table. Both rooms have a wood-burning fireplace and a TV set. Complete kitchen including a microwave, toaster, coffee maker, dishwasher, and a washer-dryer. There are four bedrooms on the first floor. Bathroom with shower.
There are four bedrooms on the main floor. One bedroom has a double bed and a twin bed; the second bedroom has a double bed and a crib with a sliding door to the patio; and the other two bedrooms have a double bed in each bedroom.
There are two bedrooms on the second floor with a double bed in one bedroom and a double bed and two twin beds in the other bedroom. Bathroom with shower.
A pontoon boat is available to rent with the cabin.
There is a dock in front of the cottage on
South Manistique Lake for relaxing, sunbathing, or
docking your boat. Local swimming beaches
nearby. Relax in the 7 person hot tub on the lake
side of the cottage.
There is a dock in front of the cottage on South Manistique Lake for relaxing, sunbathing, or docking your boat. Local swimming beaches nearby.
Relax in the 7 person hot tub on the lake side of the cottage.
Open year round.
Curtis is a unique waterfront village, surrounded by the three large Manistique Lakes. These lakes, with over 15,000 acres of water, provide unlimited family recreational opportunities. Curtis is also located near a network of rivers and trout streams.
There are hundreds of miles of groomed trails for snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. You can also go ice fishing for Walleye in December and Northern Pike and Perch in February.
The fabulous Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore; The natural beauty of the lower and upper Tahquamenon Falls; Big Springs (Kitch-iti-kipi), known to the indians as the mirror of heaven; Seul Choix Lighthouse, Park and Museum, known locally as "the haunted lighthouse"; Mackinac Island; The Soo locks; the Seney National Wildlife Refuge ; Grand Sable Falls and Sand Dunes in Grand Marais; Fayette Historic State Park; Whitefish Point Lighthouse, the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, Whitefish Point Bird Observatory and Whitefish Point Underwater Diving Preserve; and golfing at the Blue Heron Public Golf Course just west of Curtis.
Call: (906) 586-6018 or E-Mail
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