Petoskey Cabin Rental Photos and Description
Cabin, 3 Bedrooms + Loft + Den, 2.5 Baths, (Sleeps 10-12)
Charming 3 bedroom log cabin on beautiful Pickerel Lake. Spacious great room, sun room, and kitchen open to living room. Gas fireplace, 2 garages and playhouse with a Ping Pong Table. Giant deck with seating for 12 and gas grill. Private setting adjacent to 1000 acres of state land.
Lakeside firepit, sun platform, beach, and dock. Boat launch at the end of the road. Exceptional lake for skiing, tubing, and swimming. Sail through the nearby channel to Crooked and Burt Lakes, or to your favorite fishing hole. Spend the day skiing or snowboarding from nearby Boyne Highlands, Nubs Nob, or Boyne Mountain. Groomed snowmobile trail system minutes away. Close to casinos, well known golf courses, and exceptional dining venues.
Putt-putt, bowliing, winter sports park, sledding, ice skating, hiking, shopping, antiquing. The choices never end.
Keywords: Cottage, lake house, cabin, beach house, northern, cozy, quaint, large, roomy, private, charming, woods, forest, ski, lodge, snowmobile, swim, playhouse
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
- non smoking only
- pets considered
- wheelchair accessible
About The Owner
We are a family of 6 from Mid-Michigan and love a variety of activities and the great outdoors.
The Owner purchased this cabin in 1998
Why The Owner chose Petoskey
The natural beauty, and wildlife on the property were an extra draw. The perfect location to enjoy the Great Lakes!!
Unique boutiques, art galleries and a variety of restaurants are located in Petoskey's Gas Light District, or nearby Bay Harbor, and Harbor Springs.
There is something to do for every sport enthusiast or lover of nature. And it's a perfect location for those seeking rest and relaxation too.
What makes this cabin unique
Relax on the deck and read a book, or watch your favorite movie from one of several tv's. Play Board games or do arts and crafts in the sunroom.
Explore the woods and pick Morels in the spring, or visit a local farm during Harvest. Spend the day at Mackinac Island, or head off to one of two area water parks. Frequent the many local art fairs and festivals.
Enjoy the paddle boat or fish from the end of the dock. The choice is yours.