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Secluded Log Cabin in Michigan with Fire Pit & Deck

This completely equipped log cabin in northwest Michigan offers the perfect retreat. This 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom vacation rental property for 8 people offers adventure, relaxation, and breathtaking natural tranquility. You can fish or float on the Muskegon River, which is only 2.5 miles away, from this remote property between Reed City and Evart. Explore your property’s winding creek and miles of trails, relax on the wide terrace or fire pit, and take in the tranquility!

This vacation rental cabin combines all of the elegance of a traditional log cabin with all of the modern comforts. The home’s external trim is made of wood collected on the site, and exposed wooden beams inside provide a real forest retreat that will wash all your concerns away!

You’ll want to tour the beautiful grounds once you’ve arrived at your comfortable cabin to get a feel for it. On authorized pathways, wind through the towering trees and across gorgeous wood bridges over the creek, where you might glimpse a great blue heron. You’ll be immersed in the natural beauty of northwest Michigan’s terrain!

Light the charcoal barbecue and enjoy a dinner outside, in the fresh air. The large deck has a dining table with benches for all 8 passengers! Two extra chairs provide the ideal area to enjoy your morning coffee while reading a book and keeping an eye out for turkey and deer.

Set up a classic s’mores and storytelling gathering around the stone fire pit. On a clear night, glance up at the stars and marvel at the vastness of the sky!

Snuggle up in front of the mounted flat-screen TV and traditional wood-burning fireplace in the living area to round off your ideal day. Before going to bed, use the Apple TV to catch up on your favorite shows or watch a movie.

This cabin is available for rent on AirBnb.

1 thought on “Secluded Log Cabin in Michigan with Fire Pit & Deck”

  1. your homes are very very great i wish i can come and stand but my stroke will not let me. i love love to look at them keep up the work

    Thank You john roberts

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