Dad’s Day in Victory Lane

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If your dad wants to spend Father’s Day watching the race, get him off the couch and down on the track. NASCAR is best when you can feel the engines roar from the stands. Send him to this charming lake front home in Brooklyn, just minutes from the Michigan International Speedway. This house is fully of manly amenities and conveniences that will make Father’s Day feel like a real celebration.

The home is on the shore of Little Stoney Lake, a perfect vacation rental spot. The dock is in a peaceful No Wake zone, so feel free to swim or paddle from your back yard. If fishing is Dad’s thing, these cool northern waters are perfect for summer angling. You’ll find a canoe comes with the home, so no need to trailer up a boat for light fishing. Plenty of marinas are near by for all the services serious water sportsmen need.

For the NASCAR lover, this spot is absolutely perfect. Dad will have the best in tranquil privacy at the cabin while not missing a moment at the track. It’s just a mile down the road! Dad can do the pre-race and post-party grilling with the gorgeous lake view as his back drop. Perhaps grill up something he caught that morning. Additionally, hunting is allowed in the area. This is a pet friendly vacation home, so bring his bird dog along.

The home has space for 6, so if the whole family isn’t into the race, send Dad away with his buddies. This is a perfect vacation home for a mancation that Dad deserves. If you make it a family event, check out the hiking trails and kayaking. There are plenty of family friendly outdoor activities to give the kids quality time with Dad. And if you’re traveling north from one of the southern states deep in NASCAR country, the family is sure to enjoy the milder weather. Michigan is pleasantly in the mid 70s to 80 degrees in June. This definitely beats the heat of some of the earlier races in North Carolina.

Posted in Family vacation spots, Lake vacation homes, Mancations, Midwest vacations

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