Vacation cabin rental trout lake mi

The Barnyard on Trout Lake

22215 Agulium Road, Trout Lake, Mi 49793
Phone: 906-569-3821
Hosts: Mark & Renee Vonderwerth
Open Year Round

The Barnyard on Trout Lake is a comfortable waterfront cabin in Trout Lake, Michigan. Trout Lake is a large lake offering fishing, swimming, relaxing by the water, and is great for water sports. The beach has a shallow, sandy bottom that is perfect for the kids. Bring your boat and water toys and get set for a fun vacation by the lake. There is a hard surface boat ramp at the Trout Lake Township Park, just a short distance from the cabin. A kayak is included in the rental or you can rent boats in Curtis at the Fish and Hunt Shop.

Two-bedroom rental cabin on the shores of Trout Lake
Convenient location for visiting attractions
and enjoying outdoor recreation

Located only 35 minutes from the Mackinac Bridge

Vacation Rental near Mackinac Bridge

The Barnyard has an open concept living area with a complete kitchen including a microwave, toaster, and coffee maker. The cabin has a laundry area with a washer and dryer. The  living area offers an antenna TV with DVD and VCR players for your favorite movies. There is a pellet stove in the living area for those cool evenings.

cavin rental  on Trout Lake, MI

The deck is perfect for relaxing and enjoying the view or you can cook a meal on the gas grill.

The Barnyard has two bedrooms. One bedroom has a queen-size bed and the other bedroom has a full-size bed and twin bunks.  The Barnyard will sleep up to 6 guests. There are one and 1/2  bathrooms with a shower in one bathroom. Linens, towels, and paper products are supplied for our guests.

Trout Lake is a 560-Acre lake where anglers will find a variety of fish including Northern Pike, Walleye, Smallmouth Bass, Perch, and pan fish. Delicious cooked on the grill.

The Barnyard is on the ATV Trails and within minutes of the public lands of the Hiawatha National forest for watching wildlife, ORV riding, hiking, berry picking, and hunting. There are canoe and kayak rentals for paddling adventures on the Tahquamenon River or the Two Hearted River in the Lake Superior State Forest north of Newberry. Golfers will enjoy the course in Newberry.

Trout Lake is an ideal location for day trips to see some of the interesting attractions in the Eastern Upper Peninsula. Take M-123 north from Trout Lake to the town of Paradise and visit the Whitefish Point Lighthouse, the Great Lakes Shipwreck Museum, the Whitefish Point Bird Observatory, and beautiful Tahquamenon Falls.

On you return trip stop by Crisp Point Lighthouse tower on the remote shores of Lake Superior. The Garlyn Zoo is the home to lots of interesting animals and is only a short distance from the cabin.

You can visit the famous Soo Locks at Sault Ste. Marie, the Freighter Museum, unique shops, bookstores, and a variety of dining establishments.

Winter at The Barnyard
The cabin is right on the snowmobile trails so you can ride from the door all over the Eastern Upper Peninsula. Ride through the winter wonderland on groomed trails. See beautiful Tahquamenon Falls in the winter and enjoy the ice sculptures on the falls or on Lake Superior. A wonderful location for great winter snowmobiling.  Cross-country skiers can ski on the back roads or the groomed trails in Curtis. Ice fishing is fun on Trout Lake, right outside the cabin door
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Snowmobile and ATV rentals available in Hulbert, Curtis, Strongs, or Newberry. Snowmobile Trail Report

Sorry, No Pets
No Smoking inside the Barnyard

Get ready for a fun vacation at the Barnyard Vacation Cottage on Trout Lake

For additional information and reservations
Phone Mark or Renee at: 906-569-3821

Mark is also a dealer for AMS/Oil Synthetic Lubricant Products for all types of vehicles.

 


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