Lost Lake rustic cabins are located about 100 yards South of the Lost Lake Campground off of Forest Service Road 2156! From Florence, take Highway 70 for about 20 miles and take a righ onto Forest Service Road 2450, go about 1 mile and continue straight onto Forest Service Road 2156 towards Chipmunk Rapids Campground about three miles, you will have crossed a bridge over the Pine River, drive by the Chipmunk Rapids Campground on your left, go about 1 mile and go past the Lost Lake Campground on your left. Go about 100 yards and take a left into the Driveway to the Lost Lake Cabins. You have been driving on blacktop and if you hit gravel you went too far. Address is 4450 Chipmunk Rapids Road. Lost Lake is one hour east of Eagle River via State Highway 70 or one hour west of Iron Mountain, Michigan via US Highway 2 and State Highway 70.
CHASE ERICKSON: CELL AT: 1.906.396.5428 OR LISA ERICKSON: CELL AT: 1.906.396.5427.
AUTO TOURING, BIKING, BOATING, CAMPING, INTERPRETIVE PROGRAMS, FISHING, HIKING, HUNTING, WILDLIFE VIEWING, PADDLING, SNORKELING, MOUNTAIN BIKING, PADDLE BOATING, KAYAKING, CANOEING, BIRDING, NON-MOTORIZED BOATING, RIVER TRIPS, BACKPACKING, MUSHROOM PICKING, ACCESSIBLE SWIMMING
LOSL,CHEQUAMEGON-NICOLET NF – FS
Lost Lake Cabins offers (11) cabins available for rent in the remote forested area situated on the shores of Lost Lake. These cabins are located in a group setting and provide an excellent base for rent by individuals, families, family reunions or any large group. The entire facility can sleep up to 60 people and is a great base for water fun, swimming, non motor boating, fishing, hiking, bird watching, mushrooming, hunting and many day-trip locations into the Upper Peninsula. Cabins can be rented from mid-May through mid-October. Rental fees are per cabin, per day whether for one or six persons with an 8 night maximum stay and 2 night minimum stay on the weekend. Cabins can be reserved up to 6 months in advance. Cabins 1 through 8 are located adjacent to and along the shore of the lake, while the First Aid Cabin, Staff Cabin #2 and Staff Cabin #1 are a bit further away from the lake. The Lost Lake Campground located across the lake offers friends and family the opportunity to tent camp or RV camping and still be within a short 1/4 mile walk to the Cabins.
The 92-acre Lost Lake is stocked with perch, brown and rainbow trout and smallmouth bass. No motors are permitted on Lost Lake, but there is a boat access area available at the Lost Lake Campground. For visitors looking to beat the summer heat with a cool dip in the waters of Lost Lake, there is a small beach located at the cabins. In addition, there is a larger, appealing swimming beach available at the Lost Lake Campground. The Lost Lake Trail, a 1-mile interpretive trail through a stand of 150-year-old hemlock and pine, is a short walk from the cabins. Trails also connect to the Ridge trail and Assesors trail. the Lauterman National Recreation Trail system is just over 1 mile from the cabins.
Cabins #1 through #8 and Staff Cabin #2 are simple one-room wood frame structures with three bunk beds that can sleep up to six people. All cabins have electricity, lights and outlets. Use your imagination and bring a fan, space heater, electric blanket, crockpot, coffee maker… Please bring your own bedding and pillows as these items are not provided. It is glorified camping! Staff Cabin #1 comfortably sleeps 2. It is furnished with a dining table with chairs and a love seat. This beautiful cabin has a full kitchen with stove, a full bathroom with a shower and baseboard heat to comfort you on those cold evenings. The First Aid Cabin sleeps 4 and has a kitchenette (no stove), a1/2 bath (no shower) and boasts baseboard heat to stave off the cold while resting up for the next adventure. Bathrooms and showers are provided within two central buildings. One Men’s Bath and Shower House and one Women’s Bath and Shower House. Drinking water is provided from a faucet at the back of the well house. There is an artesian well located just one mile away at the Chipmunk Rapids campground. A central recreation hall is also available for group gatherings or other activities and is open to use to anyone at anytime. The newly (2012) refurbished kitchen can accommodate weddings, retreats, family reunions, and the whole Lost Lake Camp. It is equipped with a gas range stove and oven as well as a big freezer/refrigerator. THE KITCHEN IS A “FOR RENT” FACILITY ONLY” and must be rented on this site or on-site prior to use. THIS IS A KITCHEN ONLY AND CANNOT BE UTILIZED FOR SLEEPING QUARTERS. A new double sink along with plenty of counter space and pots and pans are provided. Renters must bring their own plates, utensils, and other specialized equipment to ensure a comfortable stay. There is also a new Lecture Hall available for meetings, training, weddings, retreats, and family reunions. The hall has electricity and is accessible; building capacity is 90 people. Men and women’s bathrooms and showers are provided near by.
The cabins sit amidst a forest of old-growth trees consisting mostly of Hemlock and Maple within walking distance of Lost Lake. The 92-acre lake gets its name from the lack of apparent inflow or outlet of water. The lake is actually fed by springs and the lake is a “No-Motor Lake”. Tall white pines, hemlocks and other evergreens border the lake, Loons can be heard singing across the lake. A watchful eye can catch the resident eagle or osprey as they search the waters for their next meal. The lake is stocked yearly with Brown Trout and Rainbow Trout and also has a good population of Smallmouth Bass and panfish. The cabins are a short drive to the Whisker Lake Wilderness. Learn more about the wilderness HERE .
Numerous Lakes and Rivers nearby to explore, kayak or canoe. Several trails to hike and only about 10 minutes to the Whisker Lake Wilderness Area off of Highway 70. Great Biking trails located within an hour West near Eagle River, WI. Local Florence County Waterfall Tour and you could take in the Iron Mine Tour about 40 minutes away. From the Lost Lake Cabins you could do day trips to the Sylvania Wilderness, Bond Falls, Porcupine Mountains or Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore on Lake Superios all within a two hour drive in the Upper Peninsula.
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