Indian Lake Resort
Our resort offers 2 bedroom cottages located on 300 feet of pristine Indian Lake frontage. You can swim, fish, relax and explore all of the fun that the Upper Peninsula has to offer! The sunset views from the resort are truly amazing. We hope you enjoy our little slice of paradise!
Cottage 1 has a full size bed, a twin over full bunk bed and a queen size sofa sleeper. This unit has heat but does not have air conditioning.
Cottage 2 has a full size bed, a twin over full bunk bed and a queen size sofa sleeper. This unit has heat but does not have air conditioning.
Cottage 3 has 2 full size beds and a queen size sofa sleeper. This unit has heat and air conditioning.
Cottage 4 has a full size bed, a twin over full bunk bed and a queen size sofa sleeper. This unit has heat and air conditioning. Cottage 4 is our Dog Friendly rental - just add the Dog Stay Fee to your reservation and agree to the terms.
The resort is perfect for family vacations, girls weekends, yoga retreats, fishing trips, or just as a relaxing retreat. Planning a family reunion or intimate wedding? Rent all four cottages and have exclusive use of the entire property for a week or long weekend! There is plenty of space to set up party tents.
We want you to feel at home when you visit us at Indian Lake Resort. We think of the resort as an extension of our home and hope you will truly feel like our guest when you arrive. The resort offers a dock, outdoor grills and fire pits, outdoor seating and picnic tables, stairs down to the sand bottom lake, bocce ball and other outdoor games. Each of our cottages has two full beds, living room with convertible couch, kitchen and bath with shower. All cottages are fully furnished with bed linens, kitchen utensils, dishes, and board games. We also supply you with a starter pack of paper products (one roll of paper towels & 2 rolls of toilet paper). Just bring your towels for swimming and bathing and you'll be all set!
Indian Lake is the fourth largest inland spring fed lake in the Upper Peninsula and is over 8,400 acres. Manistique is a must visit town! It was incorporated in 1883 and retains its historic charm with great little shops and restaurants - there is even a Ben Franklin store! Check out Kitch-iti-kipi (The Big Spring), the Manistique Boardwalk with two miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, Indian Lake State Park, Rainey Wildlife Area, Seney National Wildlife Refuge, Mackinaw Trail Winery Tasting Room, Thompson State Fish Hatchery, Pine Marten Run, Manistique Lighthouse, Kewadin Casino, Mackinaw Island (95 miles away), Oswald's Bear Ranch (70 miles away), and so much more!