LAKE CHARLEVOIX, CRYSTAL SAND BEACH, GREAT VIEW

Charlevoix, MI

Overview

Overview

Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 2
Sleeps 7
Per night $165 - $185
Per week $1,100
Type: Cabin
Description of the Charlevoix vacation cabin rental
ENJOY LAKE CHARLEVOIX'S BLUE WATER FROM A VARIETY OF ANGLES--THE LAKE VIEW IS EXCELLENT HERE--YOU'RE LOCATED A LITTLE ABOVE THE WATER.


YOU WILL FIND THE 2 BEDROOMS AND 2 BATHS, SITUATED IN A SINGLE STORY CABIN WHICH INCLUDES A VAULTED, BEAMED AND PLANKED CEILING. One of the bedrooms includes a PRIVATE BATH. FIVE large windows BRING the OUTDOORS INDOORS with again a great view of Lake. TWO LARGE MAPLES LEND SHADE OVER THE ADJACENT PATIO FOR EASY LAKE LIVING . THE SUMMER DOCK OFFERS FOR BOATERS A GENTLE BEACH ACCESS..

THE BEACH IS BROAD, COVERED WITH CRYSTAL SAND WITH SCARCELY ANY ROCKS ABOVE AND BELOW THE WATER LINE. ON THE FAR SIDE THE SHORELINE LOOKS FOR A GREAT LONG WAY AS IT MUST HAVE LOOKED 100 YEARS AGO, LINED WITH TREES GROWING DOWN TO THE WATER'S EDGE WITH PINES AND HARDWOODS RISING UP HIGH OVER A SERIES OF HILLS. THE LAKE RESTS IN A VALLEY AT THIS SECTION. ON MOST DAYS YOU WILL SEE SURPRISINGLY QUIET CALM WATER HERE.

CHARLEVOIX, THE TOWN, IS LOCATED JUST SIX MILES AWAY AND BOYNE MOUNTAIN WITH ITS EXCITING WATER PARK AND MULTIPLEX GOLF COURSES ONLY TWENTY ONE MILES AWAY.

DOZENS OF OUTSTANDING GOLF COURSES SURROUND THE DEEP BLUE WATER OF LAKE CHARLEVOIX, INCLUDING THE LONG FAMOUS BELVEDERE , AH GA MING, THE PINE TREED FAIRWAYS OF CHARLEVOIX COUNTRY CLUB, THE PICTURE PERFECT HIGH LAKE FAIRWAYS ALONG LITTLE TRAVERSE BAY AT BAY HARBOR AND THE SEEMINGLY ENDLESS VIEWS SEEN FROM DUNMAGLASS.

LAKE CHARLEVOIX RANKS AS MICHIGAN'S THIRD LARGEST INLAND LAKE, FIFTEEN MILES AT ITS LENGTH, OFFERING EVERY NATURE OF LAKE SPORTS AND EXCEPTIONAL SCENIC BEAUTY WITH ITS HIGH-HILL, GREEN-TREE COVERED SHORELINE.

CHARLEVOIX, the town, OFFERS many EXCELLENT RESTAURANTS, FASHIONABLE BOUTIQUES, rolling SAND DUNES, a SEVENTEEN MILE BIKE TRAIL ALONG the picture-charm, COAST of Lake Michigan, and one of THE MOST SCENIC HARBORS IN THE COUNTRY. The exceptional SCENIC BEAUTY of Little Traverse Bay, WHICH IS BY NO MEANS LITTLE, is found just six miles away, too

LAKE CHARLEVOIX CONNECTS with LAKE MICHIGAN through navigable waters and both offer possibility for endless ADVENTURE! VISIT BY BOAT THREE SEPARATE TOWN ON LAKE CHARLEVOIX ALONE. FISH both waters,too, for Salmon, Lake Trout, Brown Trout, Bass, Walleye, Northern Pike, Rainbow and Brook Trout.

The pristine JORDAN AND BOYNE RIVERS flow into LAKE CHARLEVOIX. Both RIVERS originate in deeply wooded watersheds where wildlife roam over Scenic rolling hills. Eagles, Bear, Mink still call this FOREST their land. Trout lurk here, too, in the clear, water of deep pools. This is WATER WONDERLAND!

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Area Information
The Charlevoix area offers golf courses ranging from the modest to the challenging, all in picturesque settings and enjoyable to play. From a nine hole municipal course designed by the renowned architect Willie Watson and identified as one of the earliest regulation courses in the United States, to the historic Belvedere Club, which has hosted the Michigan Amateur State Championship 39 times and the Golf Association of Michigan Senior Men's Amateur Championship in 2004. There are many courses to choose from including The Belvedere Golf Club, Charlevoix Golf Club, Antrim Dells Public Golf Course, Ah Ga Ming, Charlevoix Golf & Country Club, Dunmaglas Golf Course with its extraordinary endless vistas and the high lakeside course of Bay Harbor with its fairways lying atop scenic bluffs.

The crown jewel of the north, East Park sits in the heart of downtown Charlevoix. Renovated in 2008, the park is beautifully kept and the ideal location for a family picnic or community event. Located between the downtown shopping district and the Round Lake Yacht basin, East Park features the Odmark Music Pavilion where the Summer Concert Series takes place. Bring a towel because children of all ages will enjoy cooling off in the Fountain of Youth, a 30' diameter heated interactive water fountain with multiple water nozzles and choreographed lighting and music. Additionally, the East Park Trout Habitat is a fully functioning trout ecosystem. The habitat is designed to replicate the conditions found in a northern Michigan trout stream.

Some call them 'Fairy Houses' because they possess storybook whimsy; others call them 'Mushroom Houses' because of their irregular shapes. By any name, the stone houses of Charlevoix are an amazing legacy to one of Michigan's most fascinating builders. Born in 1889, Earl Young grew up in Charlevoix, walking the shorelines collecting interesting rocks--a pastime that grew into a passion. A visionary, who would make sketches and then often have his wife follow with precision drawings from which the houses were built. The construction of the buildings, utilizing the boulders left behind by the great glacier, are a unique architectural accomplishment. Included are the turreted Weathervane, the rustic Weathervane Restaurant, and story-book homes on Round Lake, Park Avenue, and in Boulder Park. Earl Young left a lasting legacy on Charlevoix. The houses and buildings he created continue to fascinate visitors when they see the wave-like rooflines and inimitable stonework that have become his trademarks. You will find tennis courts in the town of Charlevoix also. These mark some of the engaging features of this area.

A golfer I met by chance at a Charlevoix restaurant told me he by good fortune had played over two hundred U.S. golf courses and to his delight found Charlevoix offered courses with excellent play and beauty and of greater variety than any he had seen in any one local elsewhere.

Rates

Property Rates

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Aug 16 2014 Sep 10 2016 $165 $185 $1,100 - 4 Nights
Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 10 a.m.
Lodging tax: 6%
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