Cedarset is a family home in quiet, upscale rural neighborhood. Cedarset is on the east side of the lake so you'll have spectacular evening sunset views across the lake fall, winter and summer. The lake makes possible a full range of all-season activities. Summer offers cool breezes and a lake that varies from smooth summer waterskiing weather to white-capped rollers providing hours of swimming or sailing fun. Lots of colorful nature to watch in quiet fall and spring seasons. Take quiet walks through sparkling, snow covered wooded trails, or enjoy bright winter days of snowmobiling and cross country skiing right from home. Nearby Nubs Nob & Boyne Highlands offer downhill skiing in winter. Golf opportunities abound in this area of Michigan too. Perennial gardens, natural wooded areas, two large covered porches (one facing the lake and one the entrance) and a paved patio / barbecue area ensure beautiful, comfortable places for relaxing and enjoying the views year-round, with satellite television and whole house sound system to enhance its natural setting.
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Travel Times and Provisions:: Cedarset is about 8 hour drive from Chicago and a 4 hour drive from Detroit. Major carriers fly in and out of the Pellston Airport (Emmet County Regional) several times daily and the airport is only a 30- minute drive along scenic roads to Cedarset.
No required long drive from expressways or the airport. Once you're there…you're there!
Cedarset is conveniently accessible but located in a quiet rural area blessed with abundant forests and crystalline, spring-fed streams, rivers and lakes. It is an easy 5 minute drive from N/S Interstate expressway I-75, so once you exit and drive into the woods and beyond the noise of the freeway you can start to relax, enjoy the lake and your vacation. Within a 10- minute drive are restaurants, gas, marinas, equipment rental facilities and groceries so you will have no worries about finding supplies and you can spend your time the way you really want to, enjoying yourself.
Burt Lake and Indian River: With crystal clear water and sand bottom, Burt Lake is the 4th largest inland lake in Michigan and is an all-sports lake. It is so big that even heavy holiday boat traffic seems light. The safe gentle slope of the sandy lake floor is perfect for games and splashing around by the dock. Burt Lake is central to the “Inland Waterway,' a system of lakes and rivers used to travel all the way through to the Great Lakes. You can even travel to Mackinac Island in about 6 hours in your own boat from our shore.
Indian River has most of the grocery, boat and supplies you may need, great tourist stores for souvenir shopping and an excellent selection of restaurants and candy/ice cream shops. In town, the Sturgeon River forms an uncommon natural loop around the town with the Indian River so it is possible to tube or canoe out of town then back into town on the rivers. For those looking for nightlife or good food several nearby restaurants and bars offer great food, and live entertainment
Region: Cheboygan: (20mins away)
More of what Indian River has to offer plus a large classic auditorium-style movie theater with multiple movie options and periodic live performance events at the Cheboygan Opera House as well as local art and other festive live events.
Mackinaw City: (20mins away)
At the top of Michigan’s Lower Peninsula, home to the Mackinaw Bridge--Gateway to Michigan’s rugged Upper Peninsula. Mackinaw also offers wonderful shopping and entertainment opportunities plus ferries to Mackinac Island, a beautiful old fashioned island town with only bikes and horse drawn carriages as primary transportation (also where the movie Somewhere in Time was filmed) .
Golf: Local courses within 10 to 20 minutes from home. Boyne Highlands and Nub’s Nob (both about 30 minutes away) and other local courses offer a beautiful opportunity to golf Northern Michigan's top-notch courses.
Petoskey: (30-40mins away)
A classy little town with a gas lamp district, a full range of shopping experiences, art galleries and fine dining.
30mins or less:
· The Mackinaw Bridge
· Keewadin Casino
· ferry to Mackinac Island
Within 10 minutes:
· Cross in the Woods
· Michigan Rails-to-Trails (groomed snowmobile trails)
We are pleased to share our beautiful lake home & Northern Michigan culture since we’ve had to relocate for my job serving vets. Guests can enjoy a quiet nature experience and experience the feeling of having their own lake home during their stay.
We want our guests to have a good time, have fun, and leave refreshed and ready to face the world with a joy-filled heart. Our home is a great place for family bonding and building memories. We intend that each new guest can enjoy the same well-maintained home and grounds as previous guests. We highly value guest relations and welcome back old friends, yet we also can understand some folks like the variety of changing accommodations year to year. Blessed by its natural setting, but still with the civilized improvements and amenities that come within a developed area, our home can provide that special retreat we all need from time to time.
Burt Lake is one of the largest natural spring fed lakes in Michigan, waiting a few steps from your front porch for recreation or quiet enjoyment. Our home, with its lawns and gardens, is at the end of small subdivision so children can play safely. Paved streets permit easy biking or you can take quiet walks strolling through woods and watching deer and other animals in the area's natural setting. Whether watching birds, sunsets or storms, you have a front row seat to nature from your family room.