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Things to do during "cabin time" in Saint Helen
Lake Saint Helen cabin rentals in Michigan have the benefit of being built in a prosperous area of the state built on a history of successful lumber mills. Located on the shores of Lake St. Helen and in close proximity to the Au Sable River, Saint Helens numerous rental cabins, cottages and lodges have quick access to a large boat ramp and park to the east. Visitors to the area in the summer months can take advantage of the waterfront amenities to engage in hassle-free canoeing, kayaking and fishing.
The vast majority of the town of Saint Helen is located within the perimeter of the Houghton Lake State Forest, where vacationers can explore the great outdoors by a vast network of hiking and ORV trails. Patrons of the park in the winter months can engage in ice fishing events, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling.
Hunters visiting the area should consider a day trip to the WilMar Ranch, a 200-acre wildlife enclosure where enthusiasts are welcome to observe, photograph or hunt the region’s native population of large whitetail deer.
Hungry vacationers may want to abandon the use of their rental cabin’s full-service kitchen, in favor of one of the area’s many locally owned restaurants; venture out on the town for some local flavor at the Peach Pit or Hen House Restaurants.
Contact local rental property owners for information about seasonal events, such as the summer Bluegill Festival, where vacationers will find fun for the whole family in the form of carnival games and contests, fishing tournaments and a parade. Bird-watchers may also be interested in the Kirtland Warbler Habitat and Festival, located a short drive northwards from Saint Helen.
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