Our lodge is perfect for family reunions, snowmobilers, fishing groups, crafting retreats, hunting groups, and more. Surrounded by 10 acres of land connected to thousands of acres of state land. Tons of privacy yet only a couple miles from shopping, dining, public beaches, boat launches and other local entertainment. Have more than 18 people in your group? The Hide-A-Way Lodge also has an 8 bedroom lodge that sleeps up to 36 guests. The 4 bedroom lodge offers a fully equipped kitchen with dual refrigerators, electric oven & stovetop, microwave, coffeemaker, pots, pans, utensils, plates, and various other cookware items. Experience a unique cabin vacation when you stay at the Hide-A-Way Lodge.
Sleeping arrangements: Each bedroom has closet space, restroom, and shower.
Throughout this spacious lodge, you will notice the stunning knotty pine interior. The lodge is filled with many unique decorations and each bedroom is themed with one of the four seasons. The large rec-room features a bar, pool table, lounge area, satellite television, and a dining space.
Indian River, MI is named after the river that flows through it. Located between Burt Lake and Mullett Lake alongside the 40 mile long inland waterway. You will also find in Indian River the Sturgeon River, a popular river for kayaking, tubing and canoeing all year round!
Just a few hundred feet from the property is access to the State Groomed Snowmobile Trail System of Northern Lower Michigan. Indian River, MI is an ideal location for boating, fishing, hunting, biking, golfing, kayaking, canoeing, rafting, bird watching, hiking, and stand up paddle boarding. Also check out local restaurants and shopping centers.
Some of the best hiking opportunities in the Indian River area include the Wildwood Hills pathway, the Ocqueoc Falls Bicentennial pathway and the Black Mountain Forest pathway. All these hiking paths are surrounded by the beauty of nature and wildlife.
Popular winter activities include downhill skiing, cross country skiing and snowmobiling. Fall activities include Elk viewing in the Pigeon River Country State Forest, the Color Tour and hunting. Every August the Indian River hosts the Top o’ Michigan Marathon Nationals (boat race). Spectators stand along the shores to watch this thrilling high-speed race!
$275 - $675 night
$1650 - $1650 week
FRIDAY 12 NOON TO SUNDAY 4 PM: $1350.00
FRIDAY 12 NOON TO MONDAY 4 PM: $1450.00
FRIDAY 12 NOON TO THURSDAY 4 PM: $1650.00
$500.00 Deposit required for reservation and $250.00 Security - Cleaning Deposit.
PLEASE LEAVE THE LODGE AS CLEAN AS YOU ARRIVED
We've had a great week! Our 31 member family got together - played games, shared stories and got to know each other better...
We all had a great family reunion & thank the owners of Hide-A-Way Lodge for allowing this all to be possible. May we all meet again & may God bless this wonderful place & all those who visit here!
Thanks for having us Pat and Rich! Our 2nd year in a row & we'll be back next year!
Rich Jurewicz is the sole owner/operator of Hide-A-Way Lodge.