Wanderers Welcome Cabin #10 Manistique
Wanderers Welcome-Cabin #10 at Mountain Ash Resort
*DEEDED ACCESS AND DOCK DIRECTLY ACROSS ROAD
*COMMUNITY PAVILLION AND SWIMMING AREA
*NO PETS PER ASSOCIATION RULES
*PLEASE REQUEST ROLLAWAY TWIN IF NEEDED
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Air Conditioning: Window Unit
ATV's: Not on property
Bathrooms: Shower, sink, toilet
Beach/Swimming: The beach area is outside the pavilion area and is allocated for swimming only(no Boats)
Bedroom Configurations: There is a sleeper sofa with a Serta topper and a rollaway twin available upon request with initial booking
Boats: You are welcome to bring your boat and tie off at dock during the day. Lake can get rough at night so it is advisable to bring in boat nightly
Boat Launch: State Park 1.5 miles
Bugs: Mosquitos can be abundant especially in early Spring and Summer, please bring spray
Cable: Yes there is basic cable
Cell Phone Service: Most major carriers work well but service can be spotty once in the Upper Peninsula
Coffee Maker: Drip 3 cup(filters and coffee provided)
Big Springs "Kich-iti-kipi": Michigan's largest freshwater spring. Two hundred feet across, and 40-feet deep. Over 10,000 gallons a minute gush from fissures in the underlying limestone at a constant 45 degree Fahrenheit. By means of a self-operated observation raft, visitors are guided to vantage points overlooking fascinating underwater features and fantasies. Ancient tree trunks, lime-encrusted branches and fat trout appear suspended in nothingness as they slip through crystal waters far below. Clouds of sand kept in constant motion by gushing waters create ever-changing shapes and forms, a challenge to the imagination of young and old alike.
Indian Lake Golf Course: A very popular, 18 hole golf course along Indian Lake. Just 5 miles from the Cabin.
The Kewadin Casino: It is approximately 10 minutes (7 miles) from the Lodge.
Historic Manistique Water Tower : The Old Water Tower is one of the many historic sites in Schoolcraft County. Built in 1923 and constructed in the “Roman revival” style, it is also listed in the national register. The renovated building will provide space for arts related public events and public rest room facilities while preserving one of Manistique's unique and historic buildings.
Fayette State Park & Historic Townsite: Fayette was once one of the Upper Peninsula's most productive iron-smelting operations. Located on the Garden Peninsula at Snail Shell Harbor. When the charcoal iron market began to decline, the Jackson Iron Company closed its Fayette smelting operation in 1891. It is now a completely restored village including 22 historic buildings, museum exhibits and the visitor center, which can be toured May through October. The historic site is located in Fayette State Park.
*Mackinac Bridge- approximately 1 hour away.
*Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore- approximately 1 hour away.
*Tahquamenon Falls State Park- approximately 2 hours away.
*Whitefish Point- approximately 2 hours
Dock: Yes, there is a 32 foot dock with deeded access directly across road for use
Drinking Water: Well 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: Gas fireplace
Fire-pit: Yes, please pick up a bundle or two of firewood on way in
Fishing:Some common fish you will see in the nearby lake are perch, bass, walleye. 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.
Golf: Indian Lake Golf Course: A very popular, 18 hole golf course along Indian Lake. Just 5 miles from the Cabin.
Grill: Charcoal grill, charcoal and lighter fluid are provided
Grocery Store: Jack's Fresh Market in Manistique
Heat: Gas fireplace
Hunting: Not on property
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.
Parking: Room for 1 car
Pavilion: As a guest, you are welcome to use the pavilion to spend time along the water, cook or enjoy the small beachy area. The Indian Lake State Park, just 1 mile around the bend has a more expansive pavilion/ sandy beach area.
Pets: No pets at this property- they are strictly prohibited by the association
Play area: There is a small children's play area with plenty of room for outdoor children's games across from the community grilling area.
Privacy: There are cabins right next door
Seniors: Welcome, one level home
Televisions: 32" TV in living area with Roku stick
Towels: All bath and kitchen towels will be provided during your stay. Please bring beach towels with you!
Washer and Dryer: Not on Property
Wood: Not provided
- Air conditioner unit (window or portable unit)
- Basic Paper Products (Paper Towel & TP)
- Beach Towels
- Cable- Satellite TV
- Carbon Monoxide Detector
- Ceiling fans
- Fireplace- Gas
- Hand Vacuum
- Linens & Towels included
- Smart TV
- Smoke Detectors
- Cleaning Supplies
- Coffee maker
- Soaps (Hand & Dish Soap)
- Standard Kitchenware & Utensils
- Fire Pit
- Patio Chairs
- Picnic Table
- Private Boat Dock
|January - December 2024
|01/01/2024 - 12/31/2024
Hi Vicki! We're so happy to know you enjoyed your stay, and were able to make resourceful use of the porch! It's great to know you all found the cabin to be clean and cozy; hopefully we can have you back!