An artistically symmetrical , open, log Boathouse
provides ample storage for canoes, kayaks and rowing boats—or
when the boats are removed, a large covered deck for a gathering,
dancing, exercise, or other group activity.
An enclosed, bead board-finished room within
the Boathouse provides storage for paddles, oars, life jackets,
and fishing equipment.
A large Lean-to near the shore
of the lake, situated just above the “little beach”
swimming area is private spot for picnics, campfires, sleep-outs,
private time, or conversation.
For a short, simple stroll around the property,
there is a lovely half-mile path following the perimeter of the
4.4-acre parcel. Beginning at the Boat House, for example, one follows
the shoreline on a pine needle covered path around the point of
the peninsula, continuing to the Lean-to and “little beach”.
From there the shoreline trail continues
in front of Chingachgook Cabin and the Main Lodge to Hawkeye Cabin.
Alongside and behind Hawkeye, the trail emerges onto a lawn area
and returns to the Boathouse.