The South Range Cabin South Range

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The South Range Cabin(South Range, Mi): Sleeps7, Right next to snowmobile and ATV Trails!







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The South Range Cabin
*Nearby Trailhead for ATV and Snowmobiles

The South Range Cabin is located in Houghton County in the western part of Michigan's Upper Peninsula. This cabin is in a great location for year-round fun! 



Air Conditioning: Yes
ATV's: Yes!! Directly behind the property is public parking for trailers and access to Trail #3(Bill Nicholl's Trail)

Bathrooms: 1 with shower, sink, toilet 
Beach/Swimming: Not on property

Bedroom Configurations
                   Bedroom 1- Full Size Bed
                   Bedroom 2- Full Size Bed
                   Bedroom 3- Full Size Bed and Twin

Cable: Not traditional cable
Cell Phone Service: Major providers work well here

Coffee Maker: Keurig and Drip- Filters, coffee, and K-cups provided
* Mackinac Bridge: 4 hours 36 Min(266 miles)
                   * Pictured Rocks: 3 hours (160 miles)
                   * Iron Mountain: 2 Hours (112 miles) 
                   * Marquette: 1 hour and 50 Min(99 miles)     
                   * Ishpeming: 1 hour 29mins (85 miles)
                   * Porcupine Mtns: 1 hour 17 mins (70 miles)
                   * Bond Falls: 1 hour 8 min(65 miles)                          
                   * Houghton: 9 min( 5.5 miles)                                                 
Drinking Water: City water

Drugs/Smoking/Fireworks: Freshwater does not permit illegal drugs of any kind on the property. Due to the location of the properties, smoking is strongly discouraged around the home and strictly prohibited in the home. Fireworks are prohibited at a Freshwater location for the safety of all persons in and around the property, even if it is legal in that city.
Fireplace: None at property
Fire-pit: Portable firepit available. Wood is not provided-please bring your own.  You can pick some up at the local gas station on the way in. 

Golf: Canyon Falls Lookout (42 miles away)

Grill: Propane grill available
Grocery Store: Walmart Superstore about 5 minutes away
Heat:  Yes-forced air

Hunting: Not on property
Internet: Yes-Spectrum Charter up to 100 mps
Linens: Yes, we provide your sheets and linens. Just like a hotel, the beds will be made for you upon arrival. We have just the basic sheets, pillows, pillowcases, and bath towels.

Local Attractions: 
          -Copper Harbor: At the very tip of the Keweenaw peninsula. Very scenic & picturesque. Checkout Fort Wilkins Historic State Park while you are there
         - A. E. Seaman Mineral Museum: Great minerals & exhibits
         -Quincy Mine Tour: This is a really great guided tour of the Quincy mine. Go into a mine that was active & producing copper during                 the Civil War. Very impressive!
        -Delaware Copper Mine Tours: Self-guided tour of the Delaware mine. Lots of stairs & less polished than the Quincy mine, but still                awesome to go underground & see the life of a miner.
      -Calumet Waterworks Park: Great beach park with great west views. Has both rocks & sand, so there is something for everyone. Look for agates, yooperlites, & fossils.
    -5 Mile Point Road: Beautiful drive along the west shore of the Keweenaw Peninsula. Stop at Eagle Harbor & the Jam Lady & The                 Jampot bakery. Careful of the fruitcake…it is boozy!
   -Brockway Mountain: Beautiful vistas from the highest point in the Keweenaw. Great for Fall colors.
   -Isle Royal:  Take a ferry or seaplane from downtown Houghton or Copper Harbor to Isle Royal. This is not a quick day trip as the shortest ferry trip is 3.5 hr. long. The island is very remote & rural but has great hikes & camping. 
   -Gratiot River Park: Great rock picking beach. Lots of agates!
   -Downhill Skiing:  There are several downhill ski options in the area (Mt. Ripley & Mt. Bohemia).  
   -Cross Country Skiing/snowshoe/mountain bike trails: The Keweenaw has many great trails that can be used year-round. In summer, these are great mountain biking trails. In winter, these are great for cross country skiing              
  -Snowmobiling: There are many great trails for snowmobiling in the area.   

Parking: Room for 2 cars in front of property.  Behind property there is public parking in front of the baseball diamonds for parking with trailers.  Please park long ways parallel to Route 26 
Privacy: Neighbors are next door
Snowmobiles: 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.  Trail head #3 is behind property and accessible from property via public parking lot.

Televisions: 50" TV in living room w/ streaming capability(Amazon firestick), just sign in with your personal account 
Towels: All bath and kitchen towels will be provided during your stay. Please bring beach towels with you!

Washer and Dryer: Yes, detergent provided
Wood: Not Provided




Property/indoor Amenities
  • Basic Paper Products (Paper Towel & TP)
  • Blankets
  • Carbon Monoxide Detector
  • Ceiling fans
  • Heat - Forced Air Furnace
  • Internet/ WiFi
  • Linens & Towels included
  • Smart TV w/ streaming
  • Smoke Detectors
  • Washer & dryer
Kitchen Amenities
  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Coffee Makers: Drip and Keurig (some K-cups provided)
  • Microwave
  • Oven
  • Refrigerator
  • Standard Kitchenware & Utensils
  • Toaster
Outdoor Amenities
  • Grill-Propane

Season Period Min.Stay Nightly Weekly
January 2022 - December 2023 01/01/2022 - 12/31/2023 2 $149.00

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