Drummond Island is comprised of 87,000 acres, 150 miles of rugged scenic shoreline, 133 square miles of forested landscape, and 34 inland lakes. Within this diverse habitat, a number of rare species, land formations and plants can be found. Drummond Island and its surrounding waters offer a wide mix of land forms to explore. Getting to most of them is easy; getting to some of them has been described as gut-wrenching. The second largest island in the Great Lakes of Michigan, Drummond is located a short ferry ride from the eastern tip of the Upper Peninsula. Therefore, the Island is a relatively easy place to visit for your own natural history adventure. The local attitude toward visitors, “Come often, play nicely,” has paid off in the protection of a wide range of unique public places for you to explore. It is no secret among Anglers that Drummond Island “is” The Gem of the Huron. The waters are as diverse as the fish, aquatic and other types of water wildlife. From it’s pristine clear blue waters and rocky shorelines to underwater shoals and reefs, sand and gravel substrates and vast weed beds, combined with shallow soft bottom flats creates a true Mecca of opportunity to experience fishing at it’s best. This area truly is God’s country. The peace and serenity you will find will have you longing for a return visit to this outdoor paradise. Bring the family and create memories that will last a lifetime.
4 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom, Sleeps 6
- Calendar last updated:
- 14 Mar 2019
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date.
Great place to relax and enjoy. Worth every cent. Will do it again.
Very nice property. Well stocked with lots of the kitchen essentials. We were blessed with extremely good weather. The neighbor is the best. Thank you Sherry for a great visit. Highly recommended.
It is a lovely place on Drummond Island
Great views, very close to the water, perfectly equipped. Sherry does a great job in organizing and preparing this cottoage.
We would love to come back to this place!
Everything was perfect. What a view from the deck!
Carter’s Getaway is a great place to stay!
Kitchen and bathrooms are really nice. More kitchen utensils than we expected. Lots of towels. Bedrooms nice size. And Sherry, the manager, is exceptional, very friendly, helpful, and fun!
Just spent three days and nights with two other couples and it was a perfect getaway. The cottage was clean and very well stocked. If we forgot something, there was a good chance it was there in a cupboard. We had fun exploring the Island during the day and at night, enjoyed the crisp northern Michigan air. Although we ate most of our meals right there, we did end up having dinner two of the three nights at Northwoods, which had something for everybody. The caretaker Sherry, who lives right next door, was a hoot and made sure we had what we needed. Biting flies were the only drawback, but we had bug spray, so we got the better of those nasty little things!
Everything about our experience was perfect. Location is incredible and the home as everything needed for a comfortable stay.