Rental Vacation Cottage, Marquette, MI Upper Peninsula of Michigan

Cabin UP
117 Parkwood Lane on the McClure Basin
Negaunee Township, MI 49855
Rental Waterfront Cottage Near Marquette, Michigan

Cabin UP is a lovely cedar vacation home with year-round access located on a wooded hill overlooking a private island in McClure Basin, part of the Dead River water system, just a few miles northwest of Marquette, MI in the Upper Peninsula of Michgan

Outdoor amenities include a double-level deck facing the lake with outdoor furniture, a fully-equipped and renovated sauna located on the lakeshore, fire pit with wood for starry nights, and a gas grill.

Indoors the cabin offers a fully-equipped kitchen with A/C power, gas stove, refrigerator, microwave, coffeemaker with filters, toaster, a full compliment of dishes, pans and silverware as well as all necessary paper products. The kitchen has hand-crafted cherry wood cabinets. The living room and dining area are on the first floor and offer panoramic views of the lake, and a small T.V.. The lower-level family room has a gas-log stove, DVD and VCR players (only local TV reception here). Gas forced air keeps you comfortable during the winter wonderland months.

Marquette mi rental waterfront cottage

The cabin has two bedrooms and an open loft and sleeps up to 8 guests. The first floor bedroom has a queen bed, lower-level bedroom has a full bed and the loft has 2 full beds. Linens and towels are provided and washer/dryer is conveniently located in the bathroom on the first floor. Standing shower in bathroom.

The cabin's recreation features include 250 feet of private swimming beach (great for kids with a sandy beach that is shallow to 10 feet), a canoe and paddles with life jackets for adults and children, and snowshoes (2 adult pairs and 1 child). Bring your boat as our property is adjacent to a boat landing

Enjoy everything the Upper Peninsula has to offer at Cabin UP: snowmobile/ATV rental and trails nearby; cross country ski trails abound at Suicide Bowl or the Al Quaal Recreation Area; downhill skiing at Marquette Mountain; hiking trails (don't miss the view of Lake Superior from Sugarloaf Mountain!); fish the nearby streams or try our lake which features Bass, Northern Pike and Walleye. Ore to Shore mountain bike trail is a five minute bike ride away. Easy access to snowmobile trails.

We are a short ride to Marquette where you can enjoy a trip around Presque Isle, shopping, dining (don't miss the Friday Fish Fry at the Portside Inn in Marquette), movies, museums, YMCA, and the shore of Lake Superior.

Sorry no pets and no smoking.

Call 708-445-0535 or E-mail: for reservations and additional information
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From Marquette: Take 41 W to Co. Rd. 502 go right for .05 miles to 510 (fork in the road). Turn right for 2.5 miles to Neejee Rd. Turn right. Go .06 miles to Parkwood Lane (look for address sign. DeCaire 117 is on top of signage) Travel down gravel road .02 miles. Continue on right side till you see a sled with "Amaya 117" spelled out. Go left immediately as you pass the "Sled" in its place.

From the West: Take 41 E to Co. Rd. 502 and turn left from 41. Michigan Highway Station on left will appear just before 502. Go 1 mile to Co. Rd 510. Turn left. The sign for 510 has recently fallen. 510 will be first left you can make. This intersection is a triangle so if you miss this turn 75 ft away you can go left as well. Go 2.5 miles to Neejee Rd. Turn right. Go .06 miles to Parkwood Lane (look for address sign. DeCaire 117 is on top of signage) Travel down gravel road .02 miles. Continue on right side to sign that reads "Amayamaki 117". Turn immediately left and you're there.


Cabin UP
117 Parkwood Lane
On McClure Basin
Marquette, MI
Negaunee Township, MI 49855
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