Above: a Lake Hubbard Cottage called the Sands Resort
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Looking for a sweet, charming cottage on the shores of Hubbard Lake?
You might try the Sands Resort, shown above, or the Sandy Shores Retreat, a beautiful home overlooking 75 feet of private lake frontage.
This is one of the finest swimming spots on Hubbard Lake. Located on the western shore with a sandbar and extensive shallow water, it's a perfect place for kids to play.
The elegantly appointed, 3-bedroom, 2-bathroom home sleeps eight. Also available on an adjacent private lot is a 2-bedroom, 1-bathroom cottage.
Both homes are comfortably heated and fully furnished, including outdoor furniture, a charcoal grill, cable TV and phone.
There is a dock fifty feet long (with a hoist that accommodates boats up to 18 feet in length) conveniently located on the property.
Also on the property is a 16-foot bass fishing boat available to rent.
Call 989-727-3777 for rates, times and other information.
A Lake Hubbard vacation getaway is popular any time of year. The area, which caters mainly to tourists, has many beautiful sights and low-key local activities to choose from. Stay at a Lake Hubbard Cottage.
Lake Hubbard has long been a popular favorite destination for boaters and anglers in summer, but also appeals to ice-fishermen, skaters and snowmobile riders in winter. Other local activities include swimming, nature photography and hiking in the Huron National Forest.
You might also play a round or two of golf at the White Pine National Golf Club, which is located on the southeast edge of the lake.
Also worth a visit is Newegon State Park, located along the shores of Thunder Bay, less than twenty miles east from Lake Hubbard.
Cute nearby towns include Alpena, Ossineke, Lincoln Village, and Hubbard Lake (an unincorporated community about a mile north of the lake itself).
For a Michigan city map, as well as info on other local points of interest, visit any of the links shown on this page.
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