Indian Lake Resort on Indian Lake
Managed by Perch Bay Get-a-Ways
Phone: 906-286-0555  or E-mail: dgould65@gmail.com

Indian Lake Resort is located about 10 miles northwest of Manistique on Indian Lake in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. Located near Kitch-iti-kippi, Michigan’s largest spring and the historic iron-smelting town of Fayette. Indian Lake is a large lake with fishing for northern pike, smallmouth bass, bluegill, yellow perch, and walleye for a fun day on the lake. Boat ramp nearby if you bring your own boat. This is a large lake and ideal for boating, swimming, and water sports

Indian Lake Resort: Four- 2-bedroom cottages on the East side of Indian Lake

INDIAN LAKE RESORT
The resort offers four comfortable cabins located close to the water on the east side of Indian Lake. The perfect spot for relaxing by the water and watching amazing sunsets over the lake. Each cabin has two bedrooms with a double bed in each room and a bathroom with a shower. The kitchen is equipped with what you need to prepare your meals including full-size appliances, a microwave, and a coffee maker. Cabins 3 and 4 contain a Franklin heat stove.

There is a large dock on the shoreline for docking your boat or sunning.

Charcoal grills and picnic tables are provided for your outdoor cooking and there is outdoor furniture so you can relax and watch the amazing sunsets over the lake or watching the night sky.

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Enjoy the beautiful fall color display, ride the trails and back roads on your ORV, or take a walk through the forest on a lovely fall day. For bird, bow, and rifle season we're only minutes away from thousands of public acres in the Hiawatha National Forest for great hunting.

WINTER
There is direct trail access from the Perch Bay Cottage with trails leading riders through the Hiawatha National Forest up to Munising, Christmas, and Grand Marais. Cross-country ski trails are nearby or try snowshoeing on some of the back roads near the cottage. Ice fishing is right outside the cottage door and we have ice shanties available for rent.

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Perch Bay Cottage is open year round for ice fishing.

 

THINGS TO SEE AND DO
There is easy trail access for ATVing with many great woodland trails through the Hiawatha National Forest.
Golfers will find the public Indian Lake Golf Course within walking distance while history lovers might like to visit the Bishop Baraga's Mission Site.

Kitch-iti-kippi, Michigan's largest spring, is on the west side of Indian Lake. A self-propelled raft takes you a few feet out on the water to view this deep crystal clear spring in Palms Book State Park.  

The historic iron smelting town of Fayette on the shores of Lake Michigan is only a short distance from the resort. Once one of the most productive iron-smelting operations, visitors can explore the restored buildings and see how the iron ore was converted into charcoal pig iron  and shipped to the steel plants on the Great Lakes.

The Seul Choix Lighthouse, Museum, and Gift Shop is located east of Manistique on the shores of Lake Michigan and the Seney Wildlife Refuge is a wonderful spot for spotting some area wildlife.  Hike, bike, or canoe through the refuge or take the 7-mile wildlife drive if you want a more relaxing trip through the refuge.

Make your plans now for a great vacation on the shores of Indian Lake.

For additional information, rates,  and reservations please call 906-286-0555  or E-mail: dgould65@gmail.com

Sorry, No Pets
Phone service is limited.  Verizon and AT&T  phones offer the best service
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Also available: GULLIVER LAKE GET-A-WAY on Gulliver Lake.
2-bedroom vacation home with a loft.
Wrap around porch. WI-Fi

Attractions and Recreation in the Indian Lake Area

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Photos: Indian Lake Resort
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