The Palace

Surrounded by woods, this one-story summer home built in the 1950’s, sleeps 4 to 6. The Palace’s screened porch overlooks the large, sandy, semi-private beach with dock, floating raft and two-person canoe. It’s just a quick hop down to the bottom of the hill to reach the beach. There is a galley kitchen with equipment and dishes for up to 8 (microwave, stove, refrigerator); a large living room with sofa; a small bedroom with queen memory foam bed; a large bedroom with one queen and twin bunk beds;  a screened porch; a deck and one bathroom with shower. There is a propane gas grill outside the cottage and a new, high efficiency wood stove in the living room. If you have more than six overnighters, we sometimes have a couple of one-bedroom cabins that can be rented for additional guests.

sunrise on beach

A bit of paradise


The Palace beach is the best! Great swimming, great sand and sun. You can watch beautiful sunsets from here too. The beach is shared between guests of the Palace and the Point cabins.


The great room’s dining area showing the contemporary wood stove in background.


Comfy seating with a mid-century vibe.



A favorite spot for viewing the lake and sunsets.


Perfect spot for a summer afternoon

IMG_3282Queen bed beside windows that look out onto the lake.IMG_3288


Fire up the stove

IMG_3306Large bedroom has queen and twin bunks.  IMG_3311IMG_3315IMG_3298Sunny galley kitchen looks into the woods.

IMG_3293Classic mid-century stylingIMG_3294The original boomerang countertops — a mid-century classic!IMG_3297IMG_3302

Plenty of cooking equipment to launch a feast.DSC_0455