Relax in the comfort of this all season, lakefront vacation home. This 3-Bedroom, 1½-Bath home accomodates 6 adults with all of the amenities of home. Queen beds in all 3 bedrooms. The property is located on a large wooded lot with a wrap-around deck overlooking 200 feet of shoreline on Lake Arrowhead.Spring / Summer- Morel mushroom hunting, nature walks, biking, swimming, boating, fishing, hiking and golf. Gaylord is known as the 'Golf Mecca of the Midwest.' The area features over 20 world class courses. Most are less than 30 minutes away. Fall / Winter- Beautiful fall colors, downhill and cross county skiing and snowmobiling. Gaylord is centrally located inside Michigan's 'Snowbelt', receiving abundant snowfall each winter. Gaylord's trail system connects thousands of miles of marked and groomed trails.
Family Activities-: Keeping the kids happy can make or break a vacation, but when visiting Otsego County, boredom is never a consideration. When the weather won't cooperate or the little ones have just plain run out of things to do, that's when it's time to venture out and discover the many attractions that can put smiles back on their faces. The Otsego County Sportsplex, where kids and grownups can swim in an Olympic-size pool or rent a pair of skates an take to the ice for 'wintertime' fun, even as the sidewalks are sizzling outside. Adjacent to the Sportsplex is the Energy Outlet, a quaint park filled with slides, swings and climbing equipment, all designed to delight and distract the kids from any thoughts of boredom. Throughout the park are structures embedded with information and etchings of the dinosaur age, and surrounding all the fun stuff is a paved walking track.
and more family activities...: At Call of the Wild, fun and learning go hand in hand, and it's almost a sure thing that kids want to go back again and again. After touring the outdoors, vistors can step outside the museum to ride on a go-kart or play a round of miniature golf. Checking out the wildlife museum is great fun, but to catch a glimpse of the real thing, a stop at the elk-viewing area at the end of Grandview Boulevard (just east across South Otsego Ave. from Wiscousin St) will afford you a close-up view of North Michigan wildlife. If you still have energy after all that, give some through to seeing a movie at Gaylord Cinema on M-32 West, which shows several different features daily.