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Each cabin's exterior is beautiful cedar and stone. CLICK or tap this photo to enlarge it and see all the others full-size.
Eagles love our point, so you're almost guaranteed to see them while you are here.
These eagle photos were taken by one of our guests.
When you drive in, you'll know you're home.
Welcome to the quiet side.
From the entrance to the end of the dock, we have designed everything for your enjoyment.
Everywhere you look, there's another beautiful view.
Each cabin's interior features A/C, vaulted ceilings and knotty pine tongue-and-groove paneling.
Relax or play on our spacious, well-kept grounds.
Some guests have stayed in Birch Cabin every summer for over 20 years.
Your fishing or exploring adventure begins right at our dock.
Bring your kids and they'll be hooked on northwoods lakeside vacations. But that's a good thing, right?
We have plenty of room for your boat.
Pine Cabin (#5) (AKA "The Honeymoon Cabin") is closest to the lake and is our smallest cabin.
It's common to see deer on the property.
Many of our guests spend a lot of time fishing or just relaxing on the Deck on the Dock.
September: Come for the colors, stay for the cool, quiet, bug-free days.
Big Chetac Lake has lots of water to explore, and we are right in the middle of it at Indian Point.
Birch Cabin is visible to the left, and Oak Cabin is right up the hill from the dock.
Note the white floats marking off the kids' swimming area and sand beach to the right of the dock.
What's missing in this photo? Your boat is not at the dock.
In September, come for the colors and stay for the quiet. Crowds and bugs are gone!
Explore Big Lake Chetac's bays and creeks by kayak or canoe. Bring your own or use ours. We know all the best places to paddle.
When the prevailing southwest winds blow, our dock and the shore to our east stays calm and safe for swimming or canoeing.
Beauty is all around you when you vacation in the northwoods. All you have to do is slow down enough to notice.
Big Lake Chetac offers many places to explore.
Abundant wildlife inhabit the area. You may even see a beaver.
Bring your whole family and you'll make memories to last a lifetime.
When you are out on the lake, watch the tops of the trees along the shore and you're bound to see bald eagles.
Bring your camera--you never know when you'll see something you'll want to capture.
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