Larks Lake Lodge Pellston
LARKS LAKE LODGE
*LAKEFRONT (Larks Lake)
*SWIMMING ON PROPERTY (Murky bottom- MUST HOSE OFF AFTER SWIMMING to AVOID SWIMMER'S ITCH)
*PRIVATE BOAT DOCK
*8 ACRES OF LAND
*CANOE, KAYAK, PADDLEBOAT, and WATER MAT INCLUDED
Don’t miss the chance to get away from it all in this beautiful, private vacation home on Larks Lake. This four- bedroom, two bath, two story house sleeps 9, sits on 8 acres of land and has 200 feet of lake frontage.
Flanked by woods on both sides for privacy, the property has huge lawns front and back for visitors to enjoy. The area fronting the lake is bisected by a gravel road that gives postal access to this house and 3 others further east. It does not impact the beautiful view or the amount of space for lawn games and lake access.
The open floor plan and cathedral ceilings on the ground floor, with a wall of large windows facing the lake, make this vacation home a light, airy and beautiful place to stay. Furnished with Northwoods decor, other attractive features include walk-out balconies facing the lake in the upstairs bedrooms and a loft area that provides extra sleeping capacity. There is a fully-equipped kitchen with an island and a dining table that seats 8 to 10 comfortably. There is a bar off the living room has a wood-burning stove and offers another gathering place to entertain friends and family.
Water conservation at the cottage is not only nice, it is essential. This is a cottage, and not your home with city water. Please be aware that you will lose water pressure if both showers are in use, along with the washing machine and the dishwasher! This home does have a well and the pump will replenish what has been used. However, the pressure will be minimal until it has filled back up.
Larks Lake is 25 miles from beautiful Petoskey, a popular area for tourists in the summer, located on Little Traverse Bay. Wonderful and unique Mackinac Island is a short trip north. The area boasts ski resorts and golf courses for year-round fun. Bring your own pontoon! The boat launch is a mile away and you can keep your boat at our dock for the length of your stay. The lake itself is 600 acres of quiet, shallow and pristine northern Michigan. After a full day of boating, fishing, or playing lawn games your group will love campfires under the stars and evenings listening to the loons. Whether you seek summer boating and fishing, or autumn colors and crisp nights, or winter skiing and cozy amenities, this year-round house is the perfect place for your next get-away.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Air Conditioning: This home does not have air conditioning, however, it has multiple ceiling fans throughout. In addition, there are 2 door walls off the lake which generate a nice breeze and a box fans in every bedroom for guests to use.
ATV's: Yes, you may bring your ORV’s. We simply ask you don’t drive on the main lawn.
Animals: Deer, squirrels, geese, racoon, variety of birds, and chipmunks to name a few.
*We have a chipmunk friend we've named Carl who really likes people. He will come close if you are eating on the deck, and come in the house if any doors are left open. If he does get in just shoo him and he will run back out the door!
Main floor: Full bathroom with shower and tub
Upstairs: Full bathroom with shower and tub
Beach/Swimming: You are able to swim right from the property. The water is very shallow, so it is nice for little ones. The bottom of the lake is clear but feels murky, so it is squishy. Water shoes are usually preferred. Swimmer's Itch is a possibility here. Please hose off thoroughly each time you emerge from the lake.
Master Bedroom: main floor—KING
Bedroom #2: main floor—QUEEN
Bedroom #3: upstairs—FULL
Bedroom #4: upstairs—1 TWIN and a BUNK BED with TWINS
Boats: A two-seater canoe, a kayak and a 5 seater paddle boat are available for guests to use. There are life jackets available as well.
Bugs: Typical Michigan bugs.
Cell phone service: It is not good at all. However, the house wi-fi is good, so once you get here, log into wi-fi and use wi-fi calling.
* Traverse City: 1 hour 51 minutes ( 86 miles)
* Tahquamenon Falls State Park: 1 hour 50 min (102 miles)
* Mackinac Bridge: 30 minutes (26 miles)
Dock: Private boat dock for guests to use. Bring your pontoon boat and dock it right in front of the house!
Fireplace: There is a wood-burning stove in the rec room
Fire-pit: There are two fire pits. One is near the garage and the other is near the water
Fishing: Some common fish you will see in the nearby lake are bass, sunfish, and blue gill. Please be sure to bring your own poles as there are none at this property. Also, in order to fish in Michigan lakes, one is required to hold a fishing license. Click here to purchase your fishing license online.
Grill: Propane grill with propane provided.
Handicap Friendly: Let us explain what we mean by handicap friendly…there is a zero step entry into this home (2-steps once inside to reach main floor), and there are no steps to get to the water. The bathrooms and hallways are not up to official handicap standards and do not come equipped with special apparatus to help those in need.
Internet: Good service. Free Wi-Fi.
Linens: Yes, we provide your sheets and linens. Just like a hotel, the beds will be made for you upon arrival. If you are fussy about the thread count of your sheets, just let me know, and I’ll make sure we leave a bed open for your sheets. We have just the basic sheets, pillows, pillow cases and bath towels.
Parking: There is plenty of parking for 4 cars or 2 truck/trailer combos.
Pets: Pets are not welcomed at this home.
Privacy:There are just a few neighbors around. The homes are well spaced, but you can see the houses closer to the water to the left and right.
Seniors:Come one, come all! This space is great for those over 60. Sometimes when renting a home, you are never too sure about the terrain: is the home on top of a hill, is parking on a steep slope, are there 100 steps to the beach or the unit, etc. This home gets the FVR approval for the young at heart!
Snowmobiles: Yes, bring them! The trail begins across the street! A person (resident and nonresident) that operates a snowmobile in Michigan is required to purchase a snowmobile trail permit. The trail permit enables snowmobilers to ride state-designated trails and thousands more miles of public roads and on public lands (where authorized). It is valid for one year, which begins Oct. 1 and ends Sept. 30 of the following year. State-designated trails are open Dec. 1-March 31 and grooming occurs when there is enough snow on the ground. Click here to purchase your snowmobile trail permit.
Space: open family room and kitchen space. Modern with chic-wood accents.
Televisions: There is a tv in the family room, the rec room, and the loft. All have streaming capabilities only.
Towels: Yes, we provide towels. It's always good to bring extra though.
Washer and dryer: Yes!
Wood: Guests must bring their own wood to burn. Cross Village (6.1 miles) has a county store that sells wood and Pellston (8 miles) hosts a few stores that supply wood.
- Basic paper products included.
- Blow Dryer
- Box Fans
- Ceiling fans
- Internet/ WI FI
- Linens & towels included
- Smart TV or TV with Roku, Chromecast, Streaming Abilities
- Smoke Detectors
- Washer & dryer
- Wood burning stove
- Coffee Makers: Drip and Keurig (some K-cups provided)
- Hand Mixer
- Keurig---bring your own K-cups
- Standard kitchenware & utensils
- Toaster Oven
- Canoe or Kayak included
- Fire pit
- Patio chairs
- Private boat dock
- Snowmobile from property
- Swimming on property
- ATV allowed
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Laura, we are so glad that you had such a great time, We simply love hearing that. Also thank you fore your kind works for FVR. It was our pleasure hosting you and we hope to do ti again.
Jake, wow y'all really took advantage of your time at
Larks Lake Lodge! Now that's what vacation is all about! We loved hosting you and look forward to your return.