Four wooded acres of secluded family-friendly cabin life on the pristine Wabana Chain of Lakes. Two bedrooms/two bathrooms with sleeping for six in the main cabin. Seasonal bunkhouse sleeps an additional six. Moderate elevation down to 300ft of lakeshore on peaceful, quiet and clear Little Trout Lake. Fishing and swimming off of lakeshore/dock. Boaters and paddlers have access to the 4400 acre Wabana Chain of Lakes. (Tandem kayak and canoe provided.) Nature lovers have access to miles of hiking/biking/running trails. Trailhead to Trout Lake SNA/historic Joyce Estate is 1 mile from cabin.
Built in 1972, the cabin sits on a small clearing at the top of a ridge overlooking Little Trout Lake. It has two bedrooms (both with queen beds) and a sofa sleeper and futon in the living room. All linens, kitchen and bath towels are provided. (Bring your own beach towels.) The cabin has two bathrooms, a full bath on the main level and a three-quarters located in the unfinished basement. (Please note that stairs to basement are a little steep.) The kitchen is fully equipped with a gas range, refrigerator, toaster oven, microwave, coffee maker, cookware, dishes and utensils. Outside is a large picnic table with umbrella, fire pit, wood swing, charcoal grill and deck. There is no internet service at the cabin, but cell phone signals are picked up. We use cell phones as hotspots, and are able to access the internet for work and stream movies on our MacBook.
The rolling, wooded property is located on Little Trout Lake, the smallest among the Wabana Chain of Lakes. The chain is known for its crystal-clear spring fed waters, excellent fishing and water sports. Over half of the chain is located in the Chippewa National Forest and remains undeveloped. The cabin is between Wabana and Trout Lakes, offering seclusion with the ease of boating via channels to the larger lakes, including Bluewater.