Cheboygan Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Cottage, 2 Bedrooms + Convertible bed(s), 1 Bath, (Sleeps 6)
Enjoy May/June and Sept./Oct. special pricing $500.00 per week. This clean cozy cottage, right on the water, gives you a panoramic view of both Cheboygan River and Black River. Beautiful sunsets. This property is located on 38 miles of the inland waterway. Water skiing is allowed on the Black river where it is always calm. Cottage, is on the river between Mullet Lake and the Straits of Mackinaw where Lake Michigan and Lake Huron meet. Near the beautiful Mackinaw Bridge going to Michigan's Upper Peninsula. Just a Ferry ride to Mackinaw Island. Enjoy day trips to the Upper Peninsula's Tahquemenon Falls, Sault Ste. Marie's famous Soo Locks.
Crystal clear inland lakes for boating, swimming, water skiing, and just cruising down the river. Near Petoskey and Harbor Springs. Enjoy beautiful golfcourses, Casino's and great fishing.
Tie your boat up at the dock right out in front of your cottage. Boat ramp right near cottage. You can fish right off the dock infront of your cottage.
Lots of parking. Close to shopping, sight seeing and just about any outdoor activity you can wish for. Large picture windows so you can sit back and enjoy the river view and watch all the boat traffic right from inside your cottage.
Cheboygan is the home of the famous, Gem of the North Opera House. Featuring live shows weekly.
No pets unless pre approved
Keywords: Waterfront Cottage on the Cheboygan and Black River
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- wheelchair accessible
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- children welcome
I enjoy watching the sunsets from the deck. We are water skiiers and can ski on the river any time because it is always calm. It is so close to Mackinaw City and Mackinaw Island you can take the ferry over to the island and spend the day sight seeing. The island is very unique as there are no motorized vehicles allowed. The horse drawn carriages or bikes are the way to go here. The Grand Hotel is known nationwide.
Watching the sunsets, and boating activities, fishing and cruising along the inland waterway. The fall colors are breath taking in northern Michigan