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Activities, Restaurants & More

Hideaway Cove Resort is just around the corner from many fun attractions, activities, and restaurants for you to enjoy while you stay with us! 

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At Hideaway Cove...
  • Private beach

  • Private boat launch, size limitations may apply

  • Private dock

  • Private sandy swimming area

  • Kayak

  • Paddleboat

  • Row boat

  • Swimming platform

  • Two fire pits shared between Cabin's

  • Charcoal grills for each Cabin

  • Patio seating

  • Beach seating

  • Life jackets (sizes are limited)

  • Evan's Lake (227 acres)

    • All sports

    • Great Fishing​

    • Limited public access

  • Paddle Board Rentals (click for link)

Down the Road...
  • Sandy Bottom Adventures on Evan's Lake (click for link and events)

  • Fork Oar Pour Bar & Grill

  • Brooklyn Moose Lodge

  • Rachel's Restaurant 

  • Chateau Aeronautique Winery & Blue Skies Brewery

  • Randy's BBQ

  • Stagecoach Stop & Saloon

  • Train of Terror

  • Dairy Barn

  • Gauci Golf Resort

  • Harold's Place Family Dining

  • Jerry's Pub

  • Mighty Oaks Par 3

  • Michigan International Speedway

  • JR's Hometown Grill & Pub

  • Devils Lake Golf Course

  • Cherry Creek Winery

  • Silver Lake Golf Course & Driving Range

...and so much more!


Rules of the Lake

  1. No wake within 100 feet of the shoreline, anchored watercraft, pier, person, raft, swimming area, and swimmers

  2. Maximum speed 55 m.p.h. 

  3. Persons operating vessels shall operate in a counter-clockwise fashion around the lake

  4. Vessels and persons being towed on water skis, etc. shall maintain a distance of 100 foot from any dock, raft, and other vessels

  5. At least one competent person, in addition to the driver, shall be in any boat towing persons on water skis, tubes, etc. to observe persons towed

  6.  Tow boats must be equipped with a 170 degree wide angle rear view mirror to allow the driver to observe persons towed

  7. No water skiing between one hour after sunset and one hour prior to sunrise. For a personal watercraft, no towing between sunset and 8:00am

  8. Motorboats are required to have mufflers or an underwater exhaust system such that it does not produce sound levels in excess of 90 dB when subjected to a stationary (neutral) sound level test of it’s engine at no closer than one meter (3.3 feet)

Michigan Marine Law & Boater Safety LINK

Michigan Rules & Regulations LINK

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