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Island Lake Resort

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Nestled among the hills of the Huron National Forest, the Island Lake Resort offers modern, fully equipped two bedroom cottages with double beds and a sofa in the living room. Cottages are paneled with knotty pine throughout and each cottage has it's own deck overlooking the lake. There are also picnic tables, barbecue grills, a playground slide, swings, and a merry-go-round.

The resort features two private beaches, row boats, and paddleboats. Activities include fishing, golfing, hiking, horseback riding, shooting sports, ski trails, ATV trails, and snowmobile trails.

Location: 5999 Oak Rd, Rose City Michigan 48654 Telephone (586) 917-0929.

Other Motels, Hotels and Resorts nearby:
(East Tawas) Aaron's Wooded Acres
(Oscoda) Barefoot Beach Resort
(Gaylord) Beaver Creek Resort
(Au Gres) Best Western Pinewood Lodge
(Oscoda) Blue Horizon Court Motel and Cottages
(Houghton Lake) Breyer's Resort

08/23 Coming to The Rose City area
MorelFest Boyne City MI May16-19 Each May, Boyne City fills with hundreds of mushroom lovers from around the country who come seeking that elusive delicacy-the marvelous morel.
National Cherry Festival Traverse City MI June29-July6 The Grand Traverse region, known for its world-record tart cherry harvest, bursts with visitors eager to savor the flavor of cherries tucked into everything imaginable.
National Baby Food Festival Freemont MI July18-21 Show is rain or shine, no lawn chairs, no coolers, no strollers, no smoking or alcohol.
Charlevoix Venetian Festival Charlevoix MI July20-27 What began as a simple candle-lit boat parade has grown into a week-long flurry of color and pageantry that highlights the summer season and attracts tens of thousands of visitors.
Mackinac Island Festival of the Horse Mackinac Island MI August8-11 Mackinac Island Carriage and Saddle Horse Parade, the Breeds of Mackinac presentation, musical kurs featuring the beautiful Friesians, lectures on the role of the horse in Mackinac's history.