Les Cheneaux Rentals offers this 4-bedroom cottage for rent at Les Cheneaux Landing, 1158 S. Park Avenue, Cedarville, Michigan 49719
Les Cheneaux Landing is a family oriented resort located on the northern shore of Lake Huron in the eastern Upper Peninsula of Michigan. The resort rests on 250 feet of waterfront property on the Les Cheneaux (Snows) Channel; protected from Lake Huron by Marquette Island, the largest of the 36 islands in the Les Cheneaux chain. The resort is in a great location, centered between Cedarville and Hessel, offering good fishing and boating in either direction.
This cabin is available for spring, summer and fall rental and is perfect for individuals, families, family reunions and small or large fishing groups. The spacious, well-kept, grounds offer children and adults lots of space and activities including a small basketball court, a sand beach volleyball court, a swing set, a horseshoe pit, a sandy swimming beach area and docks for relaxing and soaking in the sun. Charcoal grills and picnic tables are also provided.
The family can also enjoy day trips to Mackinac Island, Tahquamenon Falls, the Soo Locks and Drummond Island which are all in close proximity to Cedarville.
The protected channels and bays and pristine shorelines offer unparalleled scenery and opportunities for boating and fishing enthusiasts. Les Cheneaux Landing offers a launch ramp and dock rental for vacationers who want to bring their own boat, as well as boat/motor rentals for fishing or a relaxing boat ride. Certain fishing baits can also be purchased on-site.
Sportsmen and outdoor enthusiasts find a variety of activities in the area. Ice break up in the spring is accompanied by smelt dipping and perch fishing. Northern pike are readily caught in the shallows and smallmouth bass fishing is excellent. The annual Mayfly hatch attracts schools of herring in late June/early July and splake are also taken in good numbers. Brook trout are found in local creeks and streams and the Carp River is famous for steelhead. Salmon find their way into the Les Cheneaux channels by early September; many nice fish are taken not far from LCL. Fishing or island tour charters are available in the area.
The many bays are a natural sanctuary for geese and ducks in the fall. You could fish and hunt at the same time! Large tracts of state and federal land hold plenty of grouse and woodcock, plus the fall colors are spectacular.
The area is great for deer hunting. Bow hunters find plenty of room and light hunting pressure. The firearm deer season in the Cedarville/Hessel area is a tradition enjoyed by many.
Mark and Esther Engle, Rental Managers, live on the property and their door is always open for information and assistance.
If you need to accommodate more people, or if you are looking for something smaller, contact us for details on renting other cabins located at Les Cheneuax Landing, or visit Les Cheneaux Landing's website for more information.
Keywords: Vacation Rentals, Resort, Les Cheneaux Islands, Lake Huron, Cedarville & Hessel Area
This cottage is a waterfront cottage and is part of Les Cheneaux Landing, a family oriented resort located on the Les Cheneaux Channel, also known as Snows Channel, with 250 feet of waterfront and 10 other cabin rentals. Les Cheneaux Landing offers boat rentals, dock slips, a launch ramp, a sandy swimming beach, a sand beach volleyball court, picnic tables, grills, docks for sunbathing & fishing as well as a fish cleaning station.
The Les Cheneaux Island area is a boating and sailing paradise. The Les Cheneaux Yacht Club will be hosting the National Ensign races in August of 2016. The towns of Cedarville & Hessel offer good restaurants, shopping, golfing, a casino, grocery stores, a pharmacy, party stores, gas station and beautiful scenery.
Visitors to the area enjoy day trips to Mackinac Island, Sault Ste Marie, Tahquamenon Falls and Drummond Island. Spring and fall are great for fishing and hunting.
This cottage, along with others on the property are perfect for family reunions and large fishing/hunting groups.
Advance deposit required by personal check or money order. Credit or debit cards are not accepted. Balance due upon arrival by personal check or cash.