Ready for a great stay at a Michillinda Lodge cottage? Enjoy beautiful water views property views from the wraparound deck of Hillside 1; one of four cottages adjacent to Lake Michigan - the second largest lake in the world. The Hillside 1 unit has a spacious living room and dining room.
Our secluded location is part of what attracts so many visitors each year. Hillside 1 is one of our 25 summer vacation rentals. We can accommodate a romantic getaway for two, a large family reunion, or a wedding for up to 105 overnight guests. Dazzle your guests with a reception held beneath elegant white tents set up on the lawn.
All guests can enjoy the resort amenities which include a 25x50 outdoor heated swimming pool, two shuffleboard courts, volleyball, and horseshoes.
What else is in your front yard? 400’ long private stretch of shoreline, plus towering wooded dunes and 22 resort acres. There are 5 beaches and parks, 4 public golf courses, 3 wineries, and 3 canoe/boat/bicycle rental business within 30 minutes of Hillside 1 at Michillinda Lodge. At the end of your busy day, you will be serenaded to sleep by the gentle surf of Lake Michigan.
Steeped in rich tradition, this turn-of-the-century resort still maintains the rustic charm that has made it so popular over the years. In 1960, White Lake's own Nancy Anne Fleming became Miss America. When she returned to the region to take part in a homecoming parade, pageant officials selected Michillinda Lodge for a private retreat before the big event.
Cabin time during summer includes lots of time on the Lake Michigan shoreline!
Canoe trips; days spent relaxing in the sun; rekindling childhood memories of roasting marshmallows over a campfire. We offer all-ages activities at our historic Michillinda Lodge - Play basketball, tennis and other sports on this 22 acre waterfront sanctuary paradise.
With five state parks, a world-class amusement park and various historical sites nearby, everyone will have something to do. We recommend a lighthouse tour: The White River Lighthouse Station (climb the spiral staircase to the top of the light house tower, browse the many 19th and early 20th century photographs - look out across Lake Michigan as the light house Keeper did a century ago). Big Sable Point Lighthouse (one of few Michigan lights with a tower reaching 100 feet)
Bike around our remote Lodge location, or head to the nearby Hart-Montague Bicycle Trail - a local favorite 22-mile paved trail passing through lush forests.
$120 - $220 per night
$840 - $1200 per week
$1092 - $1560 per week
$1200 Per Week
$450 - $545 Thursday – Sunday
A non-refundable, non-transferable reservation deposit of 50% is needed to secure your rental date. The rental contract will not be valid, nor rental reserved until deposit is paid. The balance due must be paid in full, two months before your stay or your reservation will be cancelled. A charge of 6% State Sales Tax, 5% County Room Tax will be applied to each bill.
Katie Watt — 5 star. My family vacations here the same week every July.
Laura Riker — 4 star. Great place! Near the public beach by Duck Lake too.
Jessica Ostrom — 4 star. We just got married here last weekend. Absolutely gorgeous scenery made for a beautiful ceremony! The only downfall was the new amplified music ordinance that passed in the township which caused the DJ to have to play indoors. Other than that, everything went smoothly and we received a ton of compliments on the venue we chose.