For Fall 2017 Rent 3 nights get 4th night for free (through November 30). This is ORVing (ATVing or UTVing) paradise. Trails that have waterfalls, mountains, rivers, creeks, historic areas, variety of restaurants and more. Trails that go over the waterfalls on bridges or by the waterfalls. Some trails (west) are setup to run through the mud. The MI-TRALE System of trails has a mapbook of the area (for sale at area locations and one in cabin to use during your stay). Spring, Summer, Fall are ATVing and UTVing time (or called ORVing). Beautiful time to come ATVing ORVing and come see the waterfalls. The Spring thaw makes the waterfalls more powerful in their water amounts, misting, sounds and more. Mountain areas to travel through or around. You will find miles of ATV or ORV riding in this part of the Midwest. Gogebic (county of cabin) and Ontonagon (county just a tad north of cabin). Miles and miles of scenic and or adventure trails. There are places in Ontonagon County (County just not far north of the cabin, as the County line is not far) where you can ride and get close to the beach. ATV ORV Over The Waterfalls On Bridge System; enjoy trails from Wisconsin connecting to Upper Michigan; cabin rental close to the Michigan Wisconsin border to enjoy many trails. See the beauty of the area over bridge systems. Take a camera. Right off trail (2; trail 13 closeby, Old Hwy. 2 becomes trail, etc.; and connecting to many other trails) for snowmobiling and ATVing or ORVing. Cabin rental within the grand landscape of nature. On the trail system. Start your days adventure with fresh air, sounds of the landscape and the beauty that rests the soul. Many waterfalls to enjoy in the area. Variety of terrain, wildlife, stories of the waterfalls. Bring or rent equipment (dealers in area). Room in the driveway for trailers and added vehicles. The area around the cabin years ago was called Stickley. A logging history and many historic stories. And, the cabin as named Stickley Lodge Getaway is based on logs-sticks-historic name Stickley-fun for family, friends or groups. Some people refer to the cabin as Stickley Beaver Lodge or Stickley Lodge. Cabin could sleep approx. 16 (or just have more room for gear and to relax). branch and log decor including log branch tables, branch trim, log and branch cut design bedframes, branch handles on furniture and cabinets, unique lamps, branch curtain rods and holders, and more
*Cabin sleeps approx. 16 or more or just have more space to relax and put gear
*Circle driveway for trailers and extra vehicles (goes out also on Beatons Lake Road; Cisco Lake Road goes to driveway initially)
*Pets allowed (owners responsible for their pets and party of guests pets and liability). Only $25 fee (one fee for the entire stay for all pets). Just one fee (not per pet or not per night per pet)
*Gameroom: foosball, air hockey, darts, poker table top, card table and chairs, checker table, board games including ones on logging, wildlife and on theme, more
*Right off trail (2; trail 13 closeby, Old Hwy. 2 becomes trail, etc.; and connecting to many other trails) for snowmobiling and ATVing or ORVing (maps at snowmobile and all terrain vehicle dealer in town, at Rogers Bar, or some gas stations; mapbook of MI-TRALE in cabin to use during your stay and can be purchased at dealer outlets).
*Privacy on acreage and Ottawa National Forest behind cabin (so not by another cabin and have woods, acreage for privacy; not a totally deserted area but has privacy and it is generally usually quiet in the area; (could obtain a firewood permit and use some cut trees and branches at your own risk and costs there for firepit or firewood for sale at Sylvania Outfitters and other places close by town off highway)
*Not totally isolated for emergencies (other cabins down the road in case of emergencies, need help, etc.), cabin on acreage
*Air conditioning and fans (ceiling or table fans) in most rooms to help circulate the cool air
*Flat screen TV, Satellite, DVD/VCR player, DVDs and tapes to use
*Alarm clocks with radios
*Table fans in many rooms
*Ceiling fans in livingroom and kitchen dining area
*Electric fireplace units
Boot or glove warmer dryer to use during your stay Telescope to use during your stay
*Front entrance for gear: shelves, bench, places to hang jackets or put helmets, put fishing gear and coolers
*Bathroom with tub shower unit, instanteous hot water heater, window for fresh air, shelf with products, hooks for towels and robes, table to put luggage piece on, mirror and cabinet, toliet plunger and misc. cleaners, etc.
Five Sleeping Areas: Bedroom 1: Queen log bed, chair, nightstand, lamp, alarm clock, fan; closet, small table; computer working cabinet with doors; glow in the dark stars; branch decor light fixture; blinds and curtains; electric fireplace unit Bedroom 2: Queen log bed, chair, nightstand, lamp, alarm clock, fan; branch decor light fixture; electric fireplace unit; curtains; bark wall decor; door to outside Bedroom 3: two sets of full size bunkbeds (with log branch bedframes), chair, table, lamp, alarm clock, fan, closet; electric fireplace unit; trees painted on walls; blind and curtain; branch decor light fixture; Basement Sleeping Area 4: sleeper sofa, lamp, table, fan, bench and also a folddown cot and set of twin size bunkbeds (with log branch bedframes); windows with blinds and leaf design valances; door to outside; electric fireplace unit Livingroom Sleeping Area 5: fouton, pullout sofa, and couch; items from livingroom such as fan, table, etc. Complete kitchen with many extras: malt maker, ice cream maker, chocolate fondue, popcorn unit, can opener, patty maker, coffee maker(s), 4 slot toaster, microwave, stove, refrigerator, pots, pans, dishes, utensils, glasses, cups); some dishes and glasses with leaf and tree patterns to match theme for fun; cleaning supplies with dish soap and scrubbies; table set with benches and stools for extra seating by counters, ceiling fan (with fun fan pull), antique grocery bills from approx. the 30s, antique pans and décor on walls; window that looks out at the woods to see wildlife and birds; recipe (framed) on wall for making beaver pastries; walls painted like water technique; and more
*Livingroom: with fouton, sofa, sofa sleeper so room for guests, friends, family. Could also use stools and chairs for extra seating. Enjoy movies, games, relaxing time; ceiling fan; branch lamp; stone lamp; log tables; walls done like sand mud mixture for theme
*Cabin has brochures on area, restaurant guides and mapbooks on lakes and trails to use during your stay
*Emergency information in cabin (could include phonebooks, Watersmeet brochure with emergency information, etc.)
*Off blacktop roads for walks, bike riding and more
*Outside furniture, firepit, charcoal grill(s), outside games
*Access and Conveniences: Just down Cisco Lake Road to Cisco Chain of Lakes (15 lakes, this is the road named after the chain; west of the town of Watersmeet, MI; east of the town of Marenisco, MI; some maps show the cabin on the east side of Watersmeet which is incorrect); by Ottawa National Forest; down road from Ontonagon River Cisco Branch (Cisco Branch Ontonagon River comes from Cisco Chain and it is part of the Kakabika Falls just west of cabin on 527; Middle Branch Ontonagon east of cabin; easy access to main highway, off blacktop roads; by snowmobile and ATV (ATV: UTV, ORV, ATV) trail; cross country ski trails and rentals; government visitor center in Watersmeet (maps, displays, presentations, gift store and more); Ottawa National Forest office Watersmeet; Mystery Light (or Paulding Light); local area (snowmobile stickers, ice, games, drinks, food, gas, etc.); casino; grocery store in Watersmeet; Family Dollar store in Watersmeet; Rogers Bar (down Old Hwy. 2 from cabin) close for meals (sandwiches, pizza, stuffed pretzels, tacos, and more), ice, games.
VISITOR CENTER: Visitor Center (government) in Watersmeet has movies-presentations every so often on wildlife-birds-trees-bears-wolves-etc. Visitor Center has displays, maps on the area, gift shop with fun items for adults, children. Forestry Department (in a separate building close to the visitor center) for information on trails (or where you could ride off the trails such as for lower snow conditions, enjoying the National Forest and more).
STORES AND TOWNS: Grocery store, Family Dollar store, gas stations, café, visitor center, laundromat, post office, police station, new clinic in Watersmeet (east of cabin). Marenisco (west of cabin) has gas station with supplies, laundromat, café, library, supperclub & bar, clinic, bars with food, baseball softball field. Hospitals in Eagle River, WI (south), Iron River, MI (east) and Ironwood, MI (west) are the closest ones to the cabin. Other store for supplies in case you forgot are: Ironwood, MI (west of cabin) that has a Walmart with misc. outdoor gear; Eagle River, WI (south of the cabin) has Shopko for misc. department items; Bruce Crossing, MI has Settlers Coop which has outdoor gear, groceries. Many rivers and lakes. Lake Gogebic (largest lake in Michigan, west of cabin), Cisco Chain of Lakes (just down Cisco Lake Road from cabin with two closer boat landings), Beatons Lake (circle driveway of cabin goes out on Beatons Lake but verify mapbooks for lake access), Ontonagon River (Cisco Branch just walking distance from cabin, pretty views off trail by highway and then waterfalls called Kakabika Falls just west of cabin), more. Rate based on 10. Only $5. per guest per night over 10. $89 cleaning, garbage, initial supply fee (one fee). Pet fee (one fee) $25 covers all pet guest within reason.Websites. Stickley Beaver Lodge Getaway. Site charges you and the cabin a fee.+ More