Located along the largest inland lake in Michigan. Enjoy a tranquil lakefront experience when you stay at our cabin rental. Gather your friends/family and stay at our wonderful resort. We have eight unique cabin rentals so if you have more than 6 people in your group, spread out and rent additional cabins. All the cabins at our resort have a rustic feel with modern kitchens, flat screen TV’s, charcoal grills and a screened porch. The kitchen comes stocked with dishes, utensils, pots & pans, electric oven/range, full size refrigerator, coffee pot, toaster and microwave. From the moment you want into Cabin 5, you will notice the log interior that gives this rental a true cabin feel.
We (Rick and Nancy) are the hosts of the Fought’s Resort and invite you to stay at our lake front resort where you will create magnificent memories with your friends & family.
Sleeping arrangement: Full-size beds, sleeping loft has a third bed. Plus a sofa sleeper. Bathroom with shower.
Some history of our resort: Fought’s Resort was established in 1947. Located on the “quiet side” of Houghton Lake with breath-taking and colorful sunsets. A unique feature about our resort is that we provide pontoon boat rentals for our guests. Available for daily or weekly rental. Please request to reserve the pontoon boat when you make your reservation as the demand for these boats are high. There is a public boat launch near the resort.
Attention snowmobile enthusiasts, there is roughly 200 miles of groomed snowmobile trails in the area. Houghton Lake draws in thousands of snowmobilers every winter. For cross country skiing, we have family friendly trails along with more challenging routes. Looking to downhill ski? Houghton Lake has two local downhill skiing venues. The winter fun doesn’t stop there, we also have snowshoeing and fishing fishing as popular winter activities. Being a year-round resort allows our guests to experience four seasons of fun!
The resort grounds have swing sets, volleyball, a basketball court, shuffleboard and a community fire pit. Our guests enjoy the two paddle boats that are offered for no charge! Houghton Lake is known for their walleye, pike, perch, bass and pan fish…Excellent fishing, and guess what, we provide a 14-foot aluminum fishing boat to our guests for no extra charge as well.
Tons of recreational opportunities in Houghton Lake such as canoeing, kayaking, fishing, golfing, hiking, birding, soaking up the sun and relaxing. Geocaching and hunting are also popular outdoor activities. There is even ORV trails that welcome dirt bikes, quads and four-wheelers. Take time to check out the local dining and restaurants.
Things to remember: Furnish their own full-size bed linens, towels, and paper products.
$100 - $140 night
$825 - $890 week
Rates are for six people.
Memorial Weekend to Labor Day Weekend as well as Tip Up Town events: $865/week
Fall through spring: $115/night; $675/week
Additional guests: $15/nt or $75/wk. Children 13 and under are $8/nt or $40/wk. We require a $150 deposit to confirm a reservation. Reservation for winter rentals are non-refundable. Sorry, no pets Memorial Day through Labor Day. Ask for cribs and highchairs if needed.
Went ice fishing all weekend had a comfy stay with my dog and caught some nice fish launching out and walking from this side of Houghton Lake also met some great friends from this that I'll continue to fish with for along time I'll definitely be returning.
Love this place, great fishing, boating and perfect for either a family reunion or a couples getaway. Rent a boat or use a canoe, so much to do! It's truly the gem of Houghton Lake. The new owners are very friendly and on site. Can't wait to book again. Wendy Buck
We have stayed here the last couple years, and thoroughly love the location. Cabins are cozy and the beachfront is lovely. The new owners are very nice and live on sight if you need anything. Julie Renee Harvey Roth
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