Historic Log Cabin
I naively booked this log cabin for two weeks, but had to leave after just one. Location is very nice, view is awesome and has a boat dock. The main log cabin was originally built in the 1930's and it's very interesting from a historic point of view. A bedroom/bathroom addition was added by the current owner in 2003.
A second, smaller (newer) cabin exists at the back of the property. If you're not bothered by the ubiquitous mosquitos, then you'll be fine. However, if you don't like mosquitoes in your dwelling, then beware! You see, the logs are so old and poorly sealed that you can see outside through the thousands of cracks. The windows - which seem to be originals from the 1930's - have bug screens which is a nice touch, but I can imagine the mosquitoes laughing all the way around them through the cracks in the walls. Basically, no matter how many you kill, more will come in through the cracks and you just have to give yourself up. My elderly mother was so badly bitten that she developed some kind of an allergic reaction to the bites and her hand and forearm swell to double the normal size. That's why we had to leave early...
In addition to the mosquito problem, the main cabin has some major plumbing problems due to the sand drawn up from the lake (water comes straight from the lake). The shower and toilet were plugged with sand and we had to call the owner who arranged for a plumber. The next day the hot water tank quit and we stayed without hot water for a few days. It wasn't much fun for us...
125' of private shoreline
Fire pit (on beach so available mid to late July onwards)