This luxury rental in Lake George makes working for it worth it.

This luxury rental in Lake George makes working for it worth it.

Imagine being pampered on your next New York vacation. Nestled in the Adirondack Park along the famous Lake George is a luxurious suite. It’s certainly all about the details in Oak Tree Lodge.

This pet friendly suite comes with a full size kitchen with stainless steel appliances and marble counter tops. The living room has a comfortable 3 person couch with a flat screen TV. Off the living room, the balcony has exquisite views of the lake and Adirondack Mountains. This suite also has 2 master bedrooms with en suite bathrooms. One has a Jacuzzi and the other has a tiled steam shower.

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Oak Tree Lodge works hard to make sure that your vacation is one of comfort. From the beginning of your stay, park your vehicle in the secure underground parking garage and ride the elevator to your suit. The lodge also has a lakeside restaurant on site for the meals you just don’t want to prepare yourself but stay for the nightly entertainment. For added convenience, the resort even has grocery delivery available. On site charcoal grills are also available.

The resort has many amenities. Lounge by the indoor or outdoor pool facility or get your daily burn at the state of the art fitness center. The landscape is meticulously designed and manicured for guests. A large playground includes a putting green for the little ones. Volleyball and Bocce ball courts, horseshoes and a 300’ private, sandy and flat beach are just what you need to pass the time, whether it is a week, month or even the whole year. Inquire to learn more about your options to own or just simply rent. Kayaks and boats are available as well for use.

See for yourself on the details page. You will surely be impressed.

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Popular Leech Lake Resort leaves you feeling secluded this Fall

Popular Leech Lake Resort leaves you feeling secluded this Fall

When booking your fall vacation, ice fishing weekend, or summer getaway it is always important to check off the necessities and must need amenities, is it not? That is essentially why rentals vs. hotels consistently come out with rentals on top. If you’re unsure why, think about it this way…

  • Your booking is more personal than a mega hotel chain.
  • Parking is not only closer but much more private and usually has space for your boats, etc.
  • Pet Friendly. Your pet is part of the family too, don’t kennel them.
  • They often provide fully stocked kitchen appliances and grills so you save loads of money on restaurant bills and can even cook in your pajamas.
  • Most are lakefront or with a forest setting, can’t get that at a hotel chain on Main Street.
  • Decks are much larger with furniture and fire pits for evening entertainment
  • No shared hallways makes your evening bed time a lot more peaceful.

The list goes on and on….

What makes Shore of Leech Lake stand out? Shores of Leech Lake have all of these amenities mentioned above and even more!


Located on Leech Lake in Walker Bay, this resort has everything you need for fishing and boating needs. ll docks at Shores have 30-amp shore power, and a water faucet. Dock rental includes use of the ramp, gyn pole, pump-out facility, full kitchen, shower facilities, and the swimming beach. For power boats, some of Shores docks are covered for your convenience. Walleye counts have increased in the last few years.  Be sure to get your fishing license beforehand as the resort does not sell them.

The Lodge at Shores of Leech Lake has an abundance of items while you stay. Enjoy free coffee in the morning, bait and firewood, locally brewed beer, pizza, Wi-Fi, laundry and more.


Each cottage has 3 bedrooms that sleep up to 8 people. The cottages come with Wi-Fi, central air, linens, bedding, kitchen appliances, and cable. Most cottages are PET FRIENDLY! Charcoal grill and fire pit are outside for fire cooking, marshmallow melting and evening storytelling under the stars.

That’s not just it!! View other resort amenities here:

  • Free use of limited bikes
  • Gas fireplaces
  • Canoes and kayaks free of charge
  • Sand beach and lake bottom
  • Adjacent to Paul Bunyan Trail and Heartland Trail
  • propane burners for fish fry
  • watertoys and slides roped off shallow water and swimming raft
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To view more photos, videos of each cottage, rates and to inquire more about the resort, please click here!

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Breathless Views Of the #Adirondacks in the Fall

Breathless Views Of the #Adirondacks in the Fall

Need a moment to realize how small we as humans really are? These mountain views from the Adirondacks really show us a majestic landscape, insurmountable to any other terrain in the United States. Choose the fall to check out Fall Color Tours by hot air balloon, train, plane or hiking. Click on the picture for information on your next vacation rental. Don’t just imagine it, experience it for yourself. For other New York vacation rentals, go to

Daggett Lake- Birchwood Resort.

Daggett Lake- Birchwood Resort.

Curtigay Cove in Tupper Lake- A cozy retreat in the Adirondacks.

Curtigay Cove in Tupper Lake- A cozy retreat in the Adirondacks.

Lake Desolation in Middle Grove. Away from city traffic and noise, amongst nature.

Lake Desolation in Middle Grove. Away from city traffic and noise, amongst nature.

Lake Vanare in Lake Luzerne.

Lake Vanare in Lake Luzerne.

Depe Dene Resort on Millionaire's Row in Lake George

Depe Dene Resort on Millionaire’s Row in Lake George is a vacation rental website that allows you to book directly with the vacation rental owner to give you the most accurate information, pictures, and the lowest rates.Check us out on Facebook for the newest listings! To discover cabin rentals in other states, head to our other websites!


Decompress in the Boundary Waters for your #fall vacation in Minnesota

Decompress in the Boundary Waters for your #fall vacation in Minnesota

The Boundary Waters are a refuge to many. The majestic birds glide over the shimmering waters of one of the best lakes in the state for fishing. Bear Island Lake is a guarantee catch of your choice. walleye, northern pike, smallmouth bass, largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, & perch. Whether your looking for adventure or relaxation, the Northern Lights Resort in Babbitt is perfect.

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Hike the Superior National Forest, or for a fantastic fall color drive, cruise along the Gunflint Trail, a 57 mile highway into the Boundary Waters. This is one of the best roads for a fall color tour. Fish the many area lakes for your best catch ever, or experience one of the most spectacular shows that mother nature puts on-The Aura Borealis. Checking out the northern lights by boat is a terrific way to see the electric dancing in the sky.

Northern Lights Resort in Babbitt

Northern Lights Resort has a variety of cabins to choose from, depending on your style and your budget. This resort is pet friendly. Many organized activities for kids and adults too. On-site, there is a sauna to help you warm up after those clear and crisp fall days. There is also a playground for little ones to help run off some of that never ending energy. There are tons of things for you to do on the resort grounds that include movie and popcorn night, scavenger hunts, nightly fires, arrow painting, and more.

Northern Lights Resort in Babbitt MN

If you choose to bring your own boat or rent one of ours, there is dock space and even a place for you to charge your own batteries. Kids love the water trampoline, paddle boats and water toys. There are also kayaks and canoes ( a terrific way to explore the many islands nearby).  

To learn more about this resort for your fall getaway, click here. You can see additional videos, photos, and rates. You can even inquire directly with the owner for additional information. 

New Incredible #Fall Color drives for #Michigan

New Incredible #Fall Color drives for #Michigan

Michigan has some glorious beaches in the summer and fantastic winter sports ranging from snowmobiling trails to skiing. However, fall color tours are just as terrfic. The bold reds and array of yellows and oranges peep through the forest lines as fall travellers drive through coastal regions and the woodlands of Michigan. Here are a list of fantastic fall drives:

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Leelanau County: This spectacular home is quite well known for the cool weather that makes Riesling and high quality reds taste so good. Wineries have been popping up everywhere along the coast but that is not just what this county is perfect for. Breweries, wineries, art galleries and more, the fall color tour outshines them all in Late September. Drive the 116 miles down M-22 through Manistee, Benzie, and the Leelanau County. Be sure to enjoy the Sleeping Bear Dunes and Lake Michigan Shoreline. Lake Leenanau Vacation Rentals

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Porcupine Mountains: Nicknamed the Porkies, these mountains are in the Upper Peninsula. This state park is the largest in Michigan and covers over 35,000 acres of land. Enjoy the bountiful colors in what some say are the best the Northwoods can offer by Summit Observatory Deck, Lake of the Clouds Observatory or the South Boundary Road.

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Oscoda/Tawas Bay: While this area boasts some of the most fantastic sunsets and sunrises along Lake Huron but fall really puts on a show of gleaming reds and yellows. Along this stretch of coast, experience 190 miles of diverse landscape such as the Tuttle Marsh Wildlife Area, lighthouse tours, Tawas State Park (The Cape Cod of the Midwest), River Road National Scenic Byway, Largo Springs, and the Rife River Recreation area. Oscoda Vacation Rentals

It’s not too late for fantastic fall fishing and sight seeing near #Yellowstone

Pet Friendly Montana Ranch

Looking for a fantastic fall getaway? When was the last time you felt truly inspired? Montana is a great place to cast a line, admire the foliage and tour hot springs. Berry Creek Ranch is located next to the Crazy and Beartooth Mountains and is surrounded by 10,000 acres of hills, pasture and pines. This is a terrific location for those looking to go horseback riding or backpacking for the day. Bring your mountain bikes (or ask the owners for bike options) and a day pack and enjoy the astounding views all around you. Columbus, Montana is located only 40 miles away from Billings, Montana. Explore pictographs (home of the first prehistoric hunters), the Moss mansion (the first family of Billings), Little Bighorn Battlefield, and Yellowstone River.


Yellowstone River is blue ribbon river known for its spectacular trout fishing. The Yellowstone is the last free flowing river in the lower 48 states. Bring your boat, this ranch is located right on the Stillwater River, which flows into the Yellowstone River. Great for white water rafting and floating too. The scenery is always changing so bring your waterproof camera.

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Speaking of scenery, the owners of Berry Creek Ranch live nearby in Pryor, Montana and love to show the true beauty of the area. They offer horseback riding through the Big Sky country or lessons in some of the first tribes known to the area.

For a cozy evening, enjoy the many amenities at the ranch itself. Cozy up by the fire outside or inside. Enjoy our movie gallery or many board games. We even have a bar to help mix up your night with your friends or loved ones. When you think fall getaway, this is a great escape to sit back and relax. Get inspired.

Berry Creek Ranch in Montana

Berry Creek Ranch is open all year round. To see more, please click here.

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Lakeside #Vacation Paradise in Curtis, MI

Lakeside #Vacation Paradise in Curtis, MI

What’s not to love about the Upper Peninsula if you are into the great outdoors? While we know that Upper Peninsula is known for extraordinary recreational pastimes, what area seems to be one of the best areas that we like to go to? Curtis, Michigan has the small town charm with exceptional recreational opportunities and the convenience of all things needed to have a great time here.

Located in between Big Manistique Lake and South Manistique Lake, Curtis is the destination for any lakeside vacation. With early warming waters, vacationers can enjoy sailing, boating, paddle boating, paddle boarding, tubing, skiing, fishing (some of the best fishing is here) and much more. With over 20,000 acres of land across the six lake complex and 3 public boat accesses, you will surely find a way to fish year round. Be sure to also fish the Fox River. Ernest Hemingway once named this river “Big Two-hearted River” and once claimed to catch over 200 fish in the Fox River while camping along its banks.

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Coming up! Curtis, Michigan’s Octoberfest September 26th for the 9th year in a row. Oktoberfest features live bands and all craft beers that are made in the U.P., German food, variety of booths and entertainment.

Thinking of rental one or two cabins in Curtis, MI? We have just the rental. Loon’s Nest has one and two bedroom cottages with a 14’ aluminum boat, cable, wood burning stove and fire pit. The views from the sliding glass door and lakeside bench are impeccable. To view this property for year round availability, click this link!


Want some insider tips and an up to the minute fishing report? Call Mick at 906-586-6040. To enjoy a local homemade meal, we always suggest Stampers right on Main Street. Good prices and large portions will have your bellies filled while you hop onto your ATVs or go boating. At night, reign in at the the Shipwreck Bar and Grille. This bar has a dj at night, cheap eats and nightly specials including a fish fry.

Other entertainment options are available as well. Do you like to golf? Whether you like to mini golf at Aunt Teaks and Uncle Junks Mini Golf or go check out the Siberian tiger at the family owned Garlyn Zoo & Gift Shop, you will not be bored. Another unique Upper Peninsula activity in the area is the Oswald Bear Ranch. This ranch gives you a rare chance to observe 29 bears barrier free. Free admission for active military personnel.

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