The Dapple-Gray Summer Cabin is located in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan and was built by one of the UP’s first designers of the Finnish-style log homes in the early 20th century, Victor Oja. The quaint vacation home is surrounded by 27 acres of green forestry and 700 feet of rocky shores. The cabin is available for rent exclusively between the months of May through October.
The one-and-a-half story rental also includes a full kitchen equipped with all necessary appliances and cooking utensils. Laundry facilities are available, and extra linens and towels are provided. During the cooler months of the spring and fall, baseboard electric heat is included. However, you can also stay warm by relaxing in front of the mine-rock fireplace and watching Direct TV.
This cottage can comfortably sleep up to nine people with two private bedrooms and one dormitory-style room.
This summer cabin is truly special and one of a kind, as it provides for complete relaxation away from the busy city. One unique feature of this vacation home is the screened-in porch and deck, as it is the perfect spot to play a round of cards with family or read your favorite novel. For summer barbecuing, a charcoal grill is provided. Finally, you can enjoy a relaxing spa-day by going over to the Bed and Breakfast next door and using the Finnish Sauna. The B&B also provides unlimited internet as well as a telephone.
Located in the Keweenaw Peninsula of Michigan, this cabin rental offers an abundance of activities to do off grounds. Starting with exploring the breath-taking scenery of the area, there are many recommended driving routes to choose from. One of the top recommended scenic drive routes would be the Brockway Mountain Drive, which is a 9.5 mile stretch between Eagle Harbor and Copper Harbor. You can see a high-up view of Lake Superior, along with other inland lakes. This spot is also the best location in Michigan to view the Northern Lights.
Looking to learn about local history? Keweenaw Peninsula has a large variety of museums and historical parks. At the Keweenaw National Historical Park, you can learn all about the copper mining industry that plays such a prominent role in the area’s history and culture. Further, you can even have more of an interactive experience by visiting an underground Coppermine at nearby towns like the Delaware Mine in Mohawk or the Quincy Mine by Hancock.
For a nice meal with family or friends, along with a stunning view, The Fitzgerald’s restaurant is the perfect place to go. It has won several accolades and is very well-known for their amazing BBQ and variety of refreshing beverages.
$1200 - $1400 per week
$1560 - $1820 per week
Available May through October, by the week, at $1,200 for two people and $1,400 and up for larger groups.
A nonrefundable deposit of 30% is required when the reservation is made. If you cancel less than 30 days prior to your arrival, you are financially responsible for the entire reservation.