Two beachfront cottages on the shores of beautiful Lake Huron!
No salt! No sharks! No problem!
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The Huron Shores Cabins are located directly on the Sunrise Side Coastal Highway (US-23) nestled on a quiet spot in the middle of the summer resort area. These are two self contained beachfront bungalows each with a kitchen, bathroom, living room and two bedrooms. In addition, each has a sofa-bed which allows 6 to sleep comfortably in each unit. The knotty pine interior gives a warm and homey feeling. The cottage interiors have been remodeled and have new flooring, plumbing, showers, beds, furnaces and refrigerators. They are clean and comfortable units ready for you to enjoy!
The beach is but a few steps from the cottage doors and what a beach it is! A 45 yard shoreline provides plenty of fluffy sand to enjoy. The swimming is outstanding! Sparkling clear water and a gently sloping rippled sandy bottom allows you to frolic in the surf a long way out.
Do you feel like getting some exercise? The sandy shoreline stretches for miles in both directions and provides an opportunity to do some jogging, beachcombing, or just taking a relaxing stroll.
If you prefer to just kick back and relax, the beach is the perfect place! Pull up a towel or a beach chair and let the sun warm you. Make a few sandcastles, watch the lake freighters ply the waters or fly a kite in the lake breeze.
Located in Greenbush, Michigan midway between Oscoda and Harrisville, Huron Shores Cabins provides an ideal base camp from which to explore the wonders of Michigan’s “East Coast”. The Sturgeon Point lighthouse, Lumberman’s Monument, The Huron National Forest and The Yankee Air Museum are but a few of the attractions that are perfect for a day trip.
Lake Huron is the size of West Virginia and stretches out in front of you for 100 miles to the Canadian shore. Being far from major population areas gives the night sky a velvety darkness, perfect for stargazing. Study the constellations, watch for passing satellites or just roast some “smores” in a beachside bonfire.
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