Plan your ultimate log cabin vacation in this beautiful log home located on Lake Michigan, on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan state. The log cabin retreat is just 15 minutes from Escanaba, sleeping up to 6 people with 3 beds, 2 bathrooms, and 2 full baths. The Great Lake Lodge is a custom-built handcrafted log cabin building that sits on the shore of Lake Michigan, just a 15-minute drive to Escanaba.
You'll love the huge red and white pine logs which make up the structure of the home, making the log lodge warm, strong, unique, and timeless. The lodge lets you experience that rustic camp feeling without sacrificing any of the modern amenities. The vacation home has a large yard which gives your family ample room for outdoor play and relaxation. The log cabin has a large outdoor living space (deck) for having your morning coffee, watching the sunrise directly in front of you, and a fire pit for an evening campfire and smores making. For ATV guests, the log cabin is just 400 feet from the trail system.
The log lodge is very clean and well kept, with all new linens and furniture throughout. The log cabin retreat is equipped with Wi-Fi and a Smart tv with Hulu Live and movies. The cabin has a washer and dryer, dishwasher, and gas grill which are provided for your convenience. There are kayaks are available for rent, and pets are considered you'll want to inquire about before booking. This log cabin retreat is sure to be a special place for your family, a place where you can create many memories for your family.
Escanaba is a port city in Delta County, Michigan, located on Little Bay de Noc in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. The Escanaba River runs through the town before spilling into the Little Bay de Noc. Sand Point Lighthouse was constructed in 1868 to protect ships from sand shoals in Little Bay de Noc. Escanaba is a city with a rich cultural scene and is home to the William Bonifas Fine Arts Center, The Players de Noc, The Waterfront Art Festival, The Bay de Noc Choral Society, and many other performing groups. Escanaba has one of the safest natural harbors in the upper Great Lakes and is a popular destination for boaters and fishermen. During your vacation stay, you might enjoy one of the beautiful beaches on Lake Michigan which attracts many tourists every summer.
One of the most popular things to do when visiting Escanaba is to visit the Sand Point Lighthouse. Also known as the Escanaba Light, the lighthouse has been an unofficial aid to navigation on Lake Michigan's northern shore since 1868. The Lighthouse is a story-and-a-half high rectangular structure with a brick tower attached to it. On top of the tower is a cast iron lantern room with a fourth-order Fresnel lens, which emits a fixed red light that radiates light for 11.5 miles. The Sand Point Lighthouse is unique as its tower faces the land instead of facing the water. It is not known whether this orientation was a mistake or was intentional. The lighthouse has been restored in 1990 and is now open to the public during the summer months.
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