1 full bath sleeps 5.
Pere Marquette River access:
Indian Bridge/Reek Rd 4.4mi
Upper Branch/S. Branch Rd 5.6mi
Thousands of acres of public land 2 miles away!
$75.00 Sunday-Thursday nights
$125.00 Friday Sat nights
2 night minimum.
Book your stay today! $150 deposit reserves your dates and then balance due 30 days prior to check in.
Many public boat launches located on Round lake, Long Lake, Big Star Lake and many other local inland lakes along with Lake Michigan in Ludington for great fishing.
This 900 square foot, 2 bedroom 1 bath cabin sleeps 5 has been renovated with cedar walls/beams and knotty pine vaulted ceilings throughout situated on a large 1.3 acre lot with plenty of room for trailers, boats, etc.
Upgrades include new kitchen with tile countertops, full size refrigerator/freezer, natural gas stove, microwave, and dishwasher along with an all new full bath.
Laundry room has 40 gal. water heater, utility sink, chest freezer, storage cabinets, and washer/ dryer.
Cabin has a forced air furnace along with a wood burning stove in living room. Also includes portable A/C unit, and ceiling fans in both bedrooms and living room.
Walhalla Sportsman's Cabin, situated off a county maintained road is a privately owned, 900 sf cozy cabin located in Walhalla MI which is in the center of The Manistee National Forest. Located 15 miles east of Ludington, and 10 miles west of Baldwin, this area offers thousands of acres of public land for hunting, dirt biking, ATV, hiking, and snowmobiling. The Pere Marquette River, one of Michigan's top producers of rainbow, brown, brook, steelhead trout, Chinook and Coho salmon is only a mile away with multiple bridges nearby. The beautiful Ludington beaches, on the shores of Lake Michigan, are a mere 20 minutes away. Along with Little River Casino just 30 minutes away.
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Walhalla was originally an Indian Village, located near Long Lake in the heart of the Manistee National Forest, approximately 17 miles east of the town of Ludington. This area is a nature lover's dream. The National Forest, Pere Marquette River and nearby beaches of Lake Michigan combine to offer unlimited recreational possibilities. The Manistee National Forest offers thousands of acres of land for hiking, snowmobiling, hunting, dirt biking and ATV trails. It is the only national forest with an ATV trail system in western Lower Michigan, and connects with an additional 180 miles of "off road vehicle" trails east of Highway 37. Over thirty lakes and three rivers in the area offer salmon, steelhead, rainbow and brown trout fishing. Ludington State Park is located just a short drive from Walhalla and is called "Queen of Michigan's Parks." It features sand dunes and virgin forests, miles of sandy beach, 14 miles of hiking and biking trails and three campgrounds. Fishing charters are also available in Ludington, as well as canoe and kayak rentals, watercraft and boat rentals - even dune buggy rides. Other points of interest include the Big Sable Point Lighthouse and Historic White Pine Village, which is a collection of 21 buildings that depict small-town life in Michigan during the late 1800s and beyond. Walhalla Village is a great place to escape city life and "get away from it all"