Blue Lake Cabin Rental Photos and Description
4 bedrooms, 3 full baths, sleeps 9
30 feet from Big Blue Lake's waters' edge, 2007 built log cabin construction, 2 bedrooms 1st floor, 2 bedrooms upstairs, hardwood floors, rustic knotty pine interior, modern amenities. 71 feet water front. Comfy, quiet place to read, swim, or watch the nesting eagles. Located near Russel Rd and Owasippe in BlueLake Township. Master bedroom (queen bed) with separate bath, 2nd 1st floor bedroom (full bed) and laundry room with separate bath/shower on the first floor, 2 bedrooms upstairs (one has a queen with a futon couch, other has 2 twins, common upstairs full bath. Total of 3 full baths, sleeps no more than MAX OF 9 people. Outside 'Timber Tech' deck is 12' x 40', two deck patio tables with 8 chairs. Only 3 steps down to a sandy beach front to the water's edge. The shoreline has clear water, sandy bottom, shallow area out to 4 feet deep at 60 feet out to end of dock, public boat ramp available across the lake. Kitchen area has seating for 4 at the peninsula. Charcoal and propane grill available, fire pit by water's edge.
Note Location : Note: this cabin is located on Blue Lake in Bluelake Township, Holton; Stoneylake/lake Michigan is 20 miles away, Fremont 15 miles, Muskegon 15 miles........no internet cable service, cell phone coverage is 'OK' - not great, water toys include a 14' row boat w/ paddles, 2-person kayak, and paddle boats, ..Great place to 'get away' from the hustle & bustle of the city. Nesting eagles across the lake, occaisional swans, turkeys, and Canadian geese fly by. On rainy days enjoy our DVD collection, also Direct TV hook up. 15 minutes to the closest Meiers or Walmart. Also 15 minutes from White Lake & Michigan Lake........
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
- wheelchair inaccessible
- non smoking only
Bob & Joan
Joan and I graduated from local Mona Shores High School, Joan born and raised in Muskegon, Bob being a transplant. Currently reside in Northern California, able to get back to Muskegon a few times a year to 'enjoy' the seasons.
Tore down the 60-70 year old house in 2006, built our retirement cabin in 2007 - much of the work done ourselves, too young to retire, made it available to others to use it prior to our exiting the working world!
quiet place to relax to recharge your batteries!