Lake Homes for Rent

Vacation House on 415 acre Avery Lake

Cost per night: $200.00

Lake: Avery
County: Montmorency
Atlanta MI

Contact Details

Phone: (419) 764-9950

6751 Island Dr
Atlanta, MI 49709

Listen to the call of the loons from a modern, 3 bedroom, 2 bath A-frame house located on the shores of serene, 415 acre Avery Lake near Lewiston, MI. A quiet place to appreciate nature and just relax. Area wildlife includes deer, elk, black bear, bald eagles and more. Enjoy excellent fishing for smallmouth bass, walleye, pike and panfish. Fly fishing for smallmouth bass is great in the late spring, summer and fall, and we encourage catch and release. Best pike fishing just after ice-out in late April, May. Three kayaks, a canoe, a row boat (on which you can put your own outboard motor, up to 15hp) and a new STAND-UP PADDLE BOARD are provided. Numerous pristine trout streams are nearby too.
Much of the lake is surrounded by Mackinaw State Forest, which provides miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking and thousands of acres for hunting. About a half hour drive to the fabulous Garland Resort for golfing or less than an hour drive to Gaylord, the Golf Mecca of the Midwest.
The house is located in a very private, wooded setting, on a small island with a drivable causeway and bridge. There are three large bedrooms, each having access to outside decks. Also, there is a large deck off the living room with a great view of the sunset over the lake. The front of the house facing the lake contains large windows affording a panoramic view of the lake and surrounding hills from the living room and kitchen areas. The interior of the house is panelled in rustic knotty pine complemented by a cathedral ceiling. There is a nice lakeside deck, which provides access to a great swimming area. We want you to have a great experience here and will be happy to provide you with any information about area fishing, canoeing, hiking, etc. Maximum of six guests during any stay, please, and we have had a long-standing policy of no pets, as some of our regular and repeating guests have allergies.