Waterfront Cabin on Farmer Lake in the Upper Peninsula, MichiganLittle Lake, Michigan (United States of America)
Waterfront Cabin on Farmer Lake in the Upper Peninsula, Michigan
This waterfront cabin is located on Farmer Lake in the Upper Peninsula, Michigan, and can accommodate four guests. The rental has two bedrooms, both with double beds, and one full bathroom. The first bedroom has a double bed, a ceiling fan, a lamp, and a bedside table. The other bedroom has a double bed, a bookshelf, a lamp, and a bedside table. In the full bathroom, guests will find a sink, a toilet, and a shower. Linens and towels are provided, and fresh towels are available daily.
The living room has two armchairs, a cozy sofa, and a television with cable. The fully equipped kitchen comes with all the essentials, including pots, pans, cooking utensils, dishes, a coffeemaker, a refrigerator, a stove, an oven, a toaster, and a microwave. There is also a dining table for four. Additional amenities include Wi-Fi, a fax service, playing cards, board games, and a library. A coin-operated laundry facility is available 24/7. Cleaning supplies and a vacuum cleaner are available to keep the cabin in good condition.
Outside, guests can stargaze by a campfire on the sandy beach. The property has 300 feet of private shoreline for swimming. Rowboats, paddleboats, and canoes are available for guests to use.
This resort has Wi-Fi, cable television, a fax service, playing cards, board games, a library, and a coin-operated laundry facility that is open 24/7. Quarters are available in the office. There is a trash bin outdoors, and extra trash bags are available in the office.
There is a larger freezer available if guests do not have enough space in their freezer for the fish they catch. There is a convenient fish cleaning station located outside the laundry room and near the lake. The property has 300 feet of private shoreline with a sandy beach for swimming.
Rowboats, paddle boats, and canoes are available for guests to use at no extra charge.
- Shared Barbecue
- Linens and pillows
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Check-in: 02:00 PM
Check out: 10:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Some spaces are shared
For a stay of over 30 days, there is no tax charged.
Check-in is at 2:00 pm and check-out is10:00 a.m. On Sunday check-in is 4:00 pm.
It is important to know that food debris including grease should not be disposed of in the sink, toilet, or shower and must be placed in the garbage. Only white toilet paper provided by the host should be used in the toilets. Sanitary napkins must be disposed of in the garbage, never ever in the toilet.
There is a $100 reservation fee at this property.
Be kind to the environment and take care of the surroundings.
Location and surroundings
Little Lake, Michigan (United States of America)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Wildlife watching
There are plenty of outdoor activities both on and off the property. Guests can go fishing in Farmer Lake, which has walleye, bluegill, bass, panfish, perch, and northern pike. Gasoline or electric motors are permitted on the lake. There are numerous other fishing opportunities in the local area, where there are 52 inland lakes.
There are plenty of hunting opportunities in the Upper Peninsula. Some hunting species include the black bear, elk, white-tail deer, wild turkey, grey and red fox, coyotes, rabbits, squirrels, waterfowl, and upland game birds. The property has 300 feet of private shoreline with a sandy beach for swimming, and there are beach toys for children.
Guests can play basketball, carpet ball, and tetherball on the premises. There is an area by the beach for a campfire and stargazing at night. The host can advise guests when the Northern Lights are visible. Marquette Country has more than 500 miles of well-marked and groomed snowmobile trails, and the host provides an extensive groomed trail system will take guests across frozen lakes and streams, snow-covered fields, and through the forests.
In the summer, guests can go hiking and biking through Marquette Country on the back roads, marked trails, and paved biking paths,