Great way to end summer!
Family had a wonderful time! Great cottage and owners extremely helpful and accommodating.
Book online or call:1-800-238-0767
This large historic lake cottage was first built as a boathouse and fishing lodge around 1900. It sits right on the lake on a large piece of property in the middle of the historic East shore, comfortably sleeping 13 people with our 5 bedrooms. There are 2 large dinning tables accommodating up to 20, it makes a wonderful space for families or groups of friends. Lounge on the large screened-in porch, and enjoy our huge grassy lawn for sunning and recreation. Ours is one of the few walk out flat lawns to the lake making it easy to watch and play with your children as you can access the lake from ankle deep waters. You can swim, sun, fish and play from the end of the dock in waist-high waters. We have a boat lift we can make available for rent if you'd like to bring or rent a boat from the marinas. We also have water toys, floats and a kayak for your enjoyment. The lake is great for skiing and tubing, and the sailing & the eastside sunsets can't be beat! The Culver Academies are about a 5 minute drive from our house and 7 minutes from town where you can find several wonderful restaurants, an old-fashion root beer stand and a great public beach and playground. We are also within a 5 minute drive from the Culver marina where you can rent boats, dine in their bar or outdoor grill and shop in their awesome apparel and lake sport shops. There is also a new cottage that shares the property and pier, and it is available for rent and sleeps 8 (see Ball Family New Cottage in Culver listings). You might want to rent both for an even larger gathering!
This home was literally a museum. We felt so fortunate to have come across your family heirloom!! We will always remember this trip. Thanks SO much, Janet, for allowing us to share your home for a couple days. My cousin painted a picture for me of a Ball Jar and it says "Having a Ball"...................The lake was gorgeous and so was the weather. Thanks, again!