Lost Land Lodge offers 180-degree views of the water, on a small wooded peninsula with a furnished deck and private boat docks. This modern three-bedroom vacation home sleeps eight, with three bedrooms, two and a half baths, and stunning luxury living spaces.
Eagles soar over the open sun deck at Lost Land Lodge, and the view of the lake is beautiful through tall trees. Inside, large windows fill the richly furnished rooms with natural light. A cozy sitting room is arranged around the fireplace, and a formal dining room has seating for eight.
The Lodge’s spacious kitchen is fully equipped with modern appliances and all the dinnerware and cookware needed to make a home-cooked meal for the whole group. The main level also has a four-season porch, perfect for morning coffee or reading on a rainy afternoon.
Sleeping arrangements: The Master Suite at Lost Land Lodge includes an attached bath and small sitting room on the second floor. This room has a queen-sized bed. Two other bedrooms are furnished with a queen bed, a twin bed with a trundle, and a set of twin-sized bunk beds.
You’ll love the calming outdoor spaces at Lost Land Lodge, from the custom screen porch to the comfortable outdoor lounge chairs. There is a gas grill for cooking outside. Two boat docks offer access to the water at different points: one on the open lake side, and one in the quiet bay of the peninsula. Two garages offer plenty of parking or other storage. Three kayaks with life vests are available for you to use during your stay.
This Up North Lake Home is connected to Tea Lake as well, giving you two scenic bodies of water to fish and explore. Teal Lake and Lost Lake are locally known as the “Quiet Lakes,” and the shorelines serve as natural habitat for osprey, eagles and many other kinds of wildlife.
1,300-acre Lost Land Lake and 1,000-acre Teal Lake are full of musky, walleye, northern pike, large and smallmouth bass, crappie and panfish. The Quiet Lakes are open to fishing, swimming, kayaking and sailing, but are no wake. You won’t be bothered by jet skis here.
Pontoon boats are available for rent just a few miles from the Lodge. We also recommend bringing your golf clubs — there are three beautiful courses within 25 minutes of the cabin. Or, if you’re traveling over water, you can reach them in five minutes!
$185 - $550 night
$1395 - $4200 week
Lost Land Lodge requires a two-night minimum stay year round.
During peak summer season, weekly rentals run from Saturday to Saturday.
Check in is at 4:00 pm; check out is at 9:00 am.
A refundable damage deposit of $500 is required to reserve this cabin.
The minimum age of the primary renter is 25 years.
Fireworks are not permitted on the property at any time.
Cancellations made 90 days prior to the arrival date will receive a full refund.
We LOVED our stay at Lost Land Escape. The perfect place for a getaway during COVID. Gorgeous cabin, we loved the fireplace and the gorgeous light-filled dining room was perfect for making puzzles! The house is in near perfect condition, very nicely maintained. It is a little far from town, but we loved that since we were trying to stay away from crowds anyway! Would highly recommend it and just seeing the pictures now makes me want to go back.
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