Republic Four-Season Getaway
431 Riverside Drive, Republic, Michigan 49879
Phone: 218-929-1702 or e-mail shellyrae.sullivan@ yahoo.com  

 

Enjoy a relaxing vacation at the Republic Four Season Getaway on the Michigamme River and experience the quiet and serene atmosphere of the north woods. The large deck in front of the cottage offers an outstanding view of the river and is a wonderful spot for you to relax, listen to the birds sing, and enjoy the spectacular sunsets over the water. The Michigamme River borders state forestland, a truly peaceful spot for your vacation.

The Republic Four-Season Get Away is a cozy two-bedroom cottage with one bathroom, comfortable furnishings, a TV/DVR, complete kitchen, and a washer & dryer.

There are two bedrooms. One bedroom has a double bed and the other bedroom has bunk beds with a double bed on the bottom and a twin on top. The bathroom has a shower. Bed linens, towels, and paper products are furnished.

There is lawn furniture on the deck and a gas grill for your outdoor cooking. The fire pit is great for your evening campfires.

The Michigamme River a wonderful spot for boating, canoeing, and fishing. Four kayaks are included in the rental so you can go fishing or enjoy a peaceful paddle on the river.  We have a large dock on the waterfront for sitting and relaxing. If you bring your boat, there is a boat landing near the cottage. 

The Republic Park, within 1.5 miles, offers a nice sand-bottomed beach for swimming and a playground for the kids. Try your luck fishing for Small-Mouth Bass, Perch, Walleye, Northern Pike, Trout, plus a variety of panfish, delicious cooked on the grill.

The year round, multi-use, 47-mile Iron Ore Heritage Trail is only ¼ mile from the Get Away. This interpretive trail crosses the Marquette Iron Range mostly on abandoned railroad grades and is now open for walking, biking, running, hiking, cross-country skiing, bird watching, snowmobiling and ATVing.

Republic is a small town that includes a restaurant, church, mini-mart store and a bar. The nearby Ishpeming area offers shopping and places to eat. History lovers might like to visit the Iron Industry Museum in Negaunee, which tells the tale of the discovery of iron ore in the area, the Cliff’s Shaft Museum in Ishpeming, or the National Ski Hall of Fame. Marquette offers quaint shops, dining, and several museums.  Tour the Marquette Harbor Lighthouse, take a walk in Presque Isle Park, go downhill skiing, or enjoy some of the special events and festivals held during the year.

WINTER FUN
Enjoy winter at the four-Seasons Get Away. Numerous cross-country ski trails are nearby, go snowshoeing, or snowmobiling on the hundreds of miles of trails. If you like downhill skiing and snowboarding, it is only a few miles to Marquette Mountain.

 RATES
Weekly: $700 per week
Nightly:  $115 per night (3-Night Minimum)

The Republic Four season Get Away offers a peaceful setting for those who want to relax as well as many options for getting out and enjoying the outdoors.

Sorry, No Pets


Call 218-929-1702 or email shellyrae.sullivan@ yahoo.com  for reservations and additional information.
Click Here to go to our website for online booking,

 

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Top Photo of Michigamme River taken from the cottage deck.
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