The Summit Lodge is located in The Peshekee Highlands, on a high, wooded 40 acre parcel in Baraga County, in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan - the Highest Country of Michigan! A quarter-mile+ tributary of the Sturgeon River flows through the parcel, and forms ponds in the north and south eastern corners of the property. The property has high terrain on both sides of the creek that is home to Moose, Wolf, Cougar, Beaver, Black bear, Pine marten, Fisher, Fox, Mink, Ruffed grouse, Snowshoe hare, Whitetail deer, and Woodcock. The deluxe 1,693 Square foot Cedar Sided Cabin was built in 2001. The cabin can be heated by a wood fireplace and an Lp gas forced air furnace can be used to take the edge off until the rocks of the fireplace get warm. There is a tankless gas hot water heater. Outside buildings include a Garage and Generator building. Electricity is provided by battery and solar, with a 15,000 watt Lp gas Kohler generator back-up system. Schedule your private tour today!
Call Tim Keohane at 906-524-6288 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Directions: Gated Property: From the L'Anse Welcome Sign take US41 south 2 miles to Herman Road. Take left and go 4.9 miles to Herman. Continue to Summit Road and go 1 mile to "Y". Stay right on Summit and go 2+/- miles to next "Y". Stay right onto Little Spruce Lake Road.