3 bedroom cabin on Spider Lake in Traverse City MI

From $250 / night

Description from the owner

  • Cabin
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 6

Type: Cabin

3 bedroom cabin on Spider Lake in Traverse City MI

Located 10 miles Southeast of downtown Traverse City, Michigan, on the main part of beautiful Spider Lake, this 1,100 square foot lakefront cabin offers terrific sunrise views from almost every room. A quaint yard with private sandy beach and a large deck offers a relaxing, serene, and scenic atmosphere for families or couples. The interior features 3 large bedrooms, a natural fireplace, knotty pine interior, a fully stocked kitchen,TV/VCR, and a functional floor plan.

About the owner

Mountain Maple Development, LLC

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3 bedroom cabin on Spider Lake in Traverse City MI
Traverse City, Michigan

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Additional Location Information

- 100' of Beach Frontage on Spider Lake
- Sandy Beach, Swimming and Floating Platform
- Crystal Clear Water
- Large Deck Overlooking Spider Lake
- Fire Pit for Bon Fires
- QUIET family area at the end of a cul-de-sac (dead end road)
- Parking in driveway for 2 cars or trucks

Spider Lake is approximately a 450 acre spring fed 'All Sports Lake' with a 40' depth known for its warm water, sand bottom, coves, and islands to explore. The lake has fishing for bass, bluegill, perch, pike, and crappie.

Closest Grocery Store: Oleson's 6 - Miles
Closest Gas Station & Convenience Store: Courtade's - 2 Miles
Closest Bar: Peegio's - 2.5 Miles
Closest Restaurant: Peegio's - 2.5 Miles
Car: Necessary

Listed below are some of our favorite highlights of the area. For additional information please visit the Traverse City Convention and Visitors Bureau at http://www.traversecity.com/

The Traverse City region has a total of 180.8 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline and 149 deep, aqua-colored lakes that are 10 acres or larger in size.

Founded in 1926, the National Cherry Festival is held the first week of July. Sample every imaginable cherry product along with fun activities and events for families.

Sweeping for 64 miles in a golden arc along the clear blue waters of Lake Michigan, Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is a national treasure enjoyed by more than a million visitors each year. The national lakeshore is located 23 miles west of Traverse City. Sleeping Bear Dunes National Lakeshore is a living demonstration of the forces that shape our planet.

Located on the 45th parallel, Traverse City is home to vintners who grow grapes and bottle wines on the scenic Old Mission and Leelanau Peninsulas. The wines are fast becoming among the finest offered nationally and internationally. Many wine tours are available.

Detroit News outdoor writer Dave Richey in 1998 rated Grand Traverse Bay and the nearby part of Lake Michigan as the two top fishing spots on all the Great Lakes. Dozens of fishing charters operate out of East and West Grand Traverse Bays and Leland Harbor.

Set against a backdrop of woods, water and hills throughout picturesque Leelanau, Grand Traverse, and Antrim counties, Traverse City golf is, in a word, incomparable. Matchless designs, stunning beauty, impeccable conditioning and a warm welcome await golfers teeing up in Traverse City. It's America's Golf Coast, a region selected by Golf Magazine as one of the top six golf destinations in the country.

Turtle Creek Casino and Leelanau Sands Casino are owned and operated by the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians. Enjoy nationally recognized entertainment in the state-of-the-art Sands Showroom.

Leland Fish Town; Alden Mill House- A family owned store (spices and more) built in 1876 in Alden near Torch Lake; Mackinac Island/City- 2 hour drive; Village Of Interlochen home to the famous Center for the Arts; North and South Manitou Islands a popular backpacking spot accessible by ferry from the City of Leland; Spirit of the woods Museum. Culinary tours. And a sampling of other reasons to visit the Grand Traverse area…backpacking, bicycling, bird watching, boating, concerts, fishing, golf, hiking, horseback riding, hot air balloon, hunting, jet skiing, jogging, just because, museums, mushroom hunting, quaint towns, reading, sailing, sand dunes, scuba, shopping, sight-seeing, snorkeling, sun bathing, swimming, tennis, theater, water skiing, wind surfing, wineries.

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Lake nearby, Waterfront



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