Black Lake House Rental Photos and Description
Sleeps 10, 3 Bd, 1&1/2 Bath, Full Kitchen, Linens
Located on the Western shore of Black Lake in Northern Michigan and boasting over 10,000 acres of fun. The flat sandy lake bottom is great for small children, approximately 2' deep at the end of the 40' dock. Sunbathe on the all sand beach during the day and enjoy an evening bonfire. A large picnic table and charcoal grill are at your disposal. ATV trails are located a quarter mile from the house providing access to the State Forest. The fishing is fantastic, walleye, northern pike, perch, and panfish. The fly fishing is also worth exploring in the surrounding rivers. This family home is extremely clean and sits fifty feet off the water. The master bedroom has a new pillow top king bed, while the other bedrooms contain one double and four twins. Full kitchen with all the utensils, pots, range/oven, fridge, micro, coffee pot, toaster, washer and dryer. Bed linens and towels are included. The premier Black Lake Golf Course is 3 miles down the street.
Enjoy the all sand beach and lake bottom. A 40' private dock provides for easy access to your boat. Inside the home you will find everything you need to enjoy your stay. The home is fully furnished and includes all the kitchen accessories you will need. Gas stove, microwave, full size fridge and freezer ,washer, dryer, DVD player, Nintendo and TV. You can enjoy every evening at the campfire on the beach. A picnic table and charcoal barbeque grill are ready for sunny outdoor lunches or dinner overlooking the beach and lake.
Swimming, Power Boating, Waterskiing, Fishing, Canoeing, ORV Trails, Motor Speedway in Onaway, Hiking, Trout fishing at several nearby streams.
Black Lake is a four to five hour drive from Detroit, four hours from Lansing, and four hours from Gran Rapids. It is approximately 45 miles SE of Mackinaw City and the Bridge.
- non smoking only
- pets not allowed
- children welcome
- Long-term Renters Welcome
About Bob or Ann Dunston
This property was purchased by our great grandfather after they had camped in this location for several years.
Bob or Ann Dunston purchased this house in 1920
Why Bob or Ann Dunston chose Black Lake
The fifth generation of our family is enjoying the splendors of Black Lake and creating a lifetime of memories with family and close friends.
What makes this house unique
Small rural community, beautiful sunrises, quiet campfires, crystal clear skies, beautiful clear water with fantastic fishing, and plenty of great places to eat, and no lines of traffic or people anywhere!!!