New to Hiawatha's Hideaway Vacation Homes is The Lake House, sleeps 6 to 8 guests, ready this Winter! The Lake House is ON The Trail and close to Buckhorn Restaurant!
2 decks, lakeside for summer use
galley style kitchen
Large living room, kitchen, Large Yard, Swimming, boating and much more!
The Lake House on Mirror Lake NEW rental cottage located on pristine, 37 acre Mirror Lake; 1800 square feet vacation home located on 1.5 acres in the Hiawatha National Forest, and has 100 ft of lake frontage, 3 bedrooms, 1-1/2 bathrooms; All bedding and towels are included.
We can sleep 6 to 8 guests at The Lake House and 7 more guests at our "sister" cabin, "Oak Ridge Cottage on Mirror Lake", just down the road! If you have a large family and all want to stay together, both cottages will work for up to 15 guests. Please ask!
Mirror Lake area is so picturesque, rustic and woodsy; The Lake House has all the comforts of home in this new vacation rental. Enjoy excellent swimming in the spring fed led, with a hard sand bottom, fishing in the fishing boat or kayaking with 2 kayaks, all included for you to enjoy nature. A large fire pit for roasting marshmallows in the evening. Lots of room for kids and adults to run around and play frisbee, tag and just be with each other.
This is a nice area for walking the 2 track roads and exploring several lakes in the area. Gorgeous in the fall!
Included: fishing boat, 2 kayaks and life jackets.
satellite tv, wifi and a place of your own to create memories to take back home with you.
Fish species: Brook Trout, Brown Trout, Splake, but primarily Rainbow Trout which is stocked yearly. Fishing license is required.
The cottage is ON the Trail for Snowmobiling and ATVing from the house! The Buckhorn Restaurant is just down the road for dinner and a few drinks. be sure to visit our sister cottage, Oak Ridge Cottage on Mirror Lake, for your spring, summer and fall trip!
If you are coming up to ride your horses, The Oakwood Trail system is just down the road and provides an 11-mile horseback riding trail through a variety of forest types from oak to maple to pine. The terrain is mostly flat with occasional gentle hills. Through cooperative arrangement, the route is signed and maintained by the North Coast Riding Club. Trail markers are red, and locator maps are posted at trail intersections.