Is there anything I can't bring?
In order that the northwoods can best be enjoyed, we ask that you not bring anything that might disturb our other guests, such as fireworks.

We want all of our guests to be able to enjoy themselves while they are here.

What if I don't want to stay for a week?
Our rentals during peak season are from Saturday to Saturday. Off-season we are able to accommodate requests for non-typical rental periods.

Please indicate in your reservation request for each cabin, your preferred rental dates, and we'll see what we can arrange.

What's provided on the waterfront and the grounds?
We have a 150' dock for your boat (sorry, no jet skis please), 2 canoes, a paddleboat, 2 kayaks, and 2 playaks.

There is a swing set, a small garden, and a horseshoe pit as well.

(The US Coast Guard requires the use of approved life jackets for all watercraft. Use of the watercraft and waterfront is at your own risk.)

What should I bring with me?
While we provide you a wonderful place to stay, we're not a 4-star hotel with lots of amenities.

To best enjoy your visit to the northwoods, you should bring the following:
- Beach towels
- Mosquito repellent
- Life jackets (required for all watercraft)
- Bath soap/shampoo
- Flash lights
- First aid kit
- Portable radio
- Cards/games
- Camera
- Fishing gear

Can you explain the deposits?
Guests who reserve cabins before January 1st will be charged a $200 non-refundable deposit to hold the cabin for the next year.  Then in January a request is sent out (to be paid by March 1) for 50% of the balance.  Before your stay we will send out another request for the balance that is due upon check-in.  

What happens after I request a cabin?
Once we receive your request, we will confirm your dates by email or phone within 48 hours.

We'll hold the cabin for 1 week while we await your deposit.

Reservations are not guaranteed until we have received your deposit, however.