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Oak Cove celebrate its 100th anniversary this past year, and its original building is now the main lodge. The property is full of antiques, and the original iron bed frames still occupy the lodge's bedrooms. You'll enjoy your meals in the historic dining room or on the deck overlooking Lake Cora.... more
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 23 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Paw Paw
- Nearby Water Lake Cora
- Open Dates Jun 5 to Sep 5
- Cabins, Cottages, and Chalets
The flagship of the Michigan Historical Museum System, the Michigan Historical Museum offers you a glimpse into Michigan's rich past, from the time of the state's earliest inhabitants to the late 20th century. ... more
From it's beginning as a tavern to it's post-Prohibition evolution into a Lodge and it's turn as host to a Miss America winner, its clear that Michillinda Lodge has an impressively storied past. Explore the area's heritage at several local museums and become a part of history's next chapter!... more
Gun Lake has been a vacation destination since the 1800s, and Bay Pointe Inn has been a part of that history since 1906. Originally built as a family summer home, it retains its historic charm to this day. Come experience this unique destination for yourself!... more
When innkeepers Ruth and Herb Boven acquired Castle in the Country in 1990 it was a run-down Victorian mansion nicknamed, "The Castle." Originally the property was built as a summer home by John H. and Caroline Wurtz in 1906. Even after years of neglect, Ruth and Herb could see the great potential in the natural hardwoods and quality materials.... more