Logans VRBO Info


About this property


“Logans Landing”is a wild 6 acres off a windy paved dead end road on the Paint River With a public Boat launch app. 500’ from the entrance.

Secluded in the trees on the waters edge of a Blue Ribbon fishing river. Launch right from the property or the public launch. The river is app. 6-8’ deep at the in the center & app. 200 yds across shore to shore.
Located just a few short miles from town gas & grocery. Take hikes through the trees with a nice resident deer heard. Excellent for bird watching, eagles, woodpeckers and more.

Go canoeing with our 5 canoes or just tube. Muskie, Brook, Rainbow & more. Step right outside the cabin and use our brand new 18’Lx51”H Heated swim spa year round. Fish from the properties banks or from the canoes.
Pontoon Rental 2 miles down river. Side by side, snowmobile and wave runner rentals 40 miles away off US RT 2.
Grill your catch of the day on our BBQ or have a bonfire at the rivers edge.
If you’re a golfer hit the 2 amazing Golf Courses within 15 minutes of the property.
Winter sports, we welcome skier’s and snowmobile groups, skiing 17 miles away. No hunting please on the property, you will see deer daily. We welcome hunting groups, Snowmobilers, skiers, heck Outdoors people this is for you! You have a lot of National Forest close and State Forest with park and beach. Ask about the Class lV White Water Rafting expeditions nearby. Cameras outside are for security and only recording when Vacant.

Bedding, linens, soap, fully stocked kitchen tools, laundry soap, coffee and more. ** We will allow 2 day rentals if it falls between 2 rentals already booked.**
**Please note, this is off a blacktop road but with heavy trees makes the Wi-Fi somewhat weak and if you are needing to work online remotely, this would not be for you. Also, it is wild terrain so you have to be into the outdoors not the suburbs.

If you look at the photos area we have posted snowmobile/ ORV trails, waterfalls, golf courses, ski hill, State park with beach and more.


Welcome to beautiful historic Crystal Falls, Michigan! We invite you to browse our website to see for yourself the natural beauty of the Paint River, Hemlock Falls, Horserace Rapids and our lodge in the Northwoods of Upper Michigan. We offer outdoor recreation such as fishing, hunting, boating, skiing, hiking, or snowmobiling.   Are you seeking a stress-free rural area to relax?  Logans Landing Lodge, all amidst clean air and water within a scenic surrounding.

Enjoy your visit of the City of Crystal Falls past, present & future along the banks of the beautiful Paint River. Crystal Falls, Michigan is located in the heart of Iron County, and has plenty to offer the potential newcomer.



Wireless internet
Free wifi

Towels provided

3⭐️ Quality linens

Linens provided

Loft open

Air conditioning

Central air
Hair dryer
Toilet paper
Basic soaps


Propane & Wood Burning Fireplace








Kitchen island
Dishes & utensils
Dining table

Coffee maker

Single cup and percolator
Ice maker

Pool & spa

Private pool


Spa whirlpool

Outdoor Heated Swim Spa 51” deep
Heated pool
Outdoor pool



Poker table / Bumper pool


Large screen Smart TV Roku
Smart TV

Pool table


Baby & toddler

Travel crib
Games for kids
Bunk bed
Dishes & utensils for kids
Books for kids


Washing machine

Clothes dryer



Outdoors ….

Location type


Paint River


600’ of shore
Water view

Nearby activities

Water tubing
Jet skiing
Paddle boating
Cross-country skiing
Ski privileges optional
Mountain biking
Outlet shopping
Wildlife viewing


Long-term renters welcome
Minimum age limit for renters

House Rules

Check in after 4:00 PM
Minimum age to rent: 25
Check out before 11:00 AM


Children allowed: ages 0-17


Events allowed: family gatherings, birthday parties, weddings


No pets allowed


Smoking is not permitted

Damage and incidentals

You will be responsible for any damage to the rental property caused by you or your party during your stay.

Important information

You need to know

Extra-person charges may apply and vary depending on property policy
Government-issued photo identification and a credit card, debit card, or cash deposit may be required at check-in for incidental charges
Special requests are subject to availability upon check-in and may incur additional charges; special requests cannot be guaranteed
Parties and events (including family gatherings, birthday parties and weddings) are allowed on site; maximum attendees: 15
Long-term renters welcome
This property is managed through our partner, Vrbo. You will receive an email from Vrbo with a link to a Vrbo account, where you can change or cancel your reservation

About this area

Crystal Falls

Located in Crystal Falls, this vacation home is in a rural area and on the waterfront. George Young Golf Course and Ski Brule are worth checking out if an activity is on the agenda, while those wishing to experience the area’s natural beauty can explore Bewabic State Park and Ice Lake Park. Be sure to check out the area’s animals with activities such as game walks and birdwatching.

Logans – AirBnB


About this space

  1. 10 guests
  2. 4 bedrooms
  3. 8 beds
  4. 2.5 baths
Take it easy at this unique and tranquil getaway. Located directly on the river and canoes are provided. Pool Spa is four season use. The residence is not visible from the road. Total privacy and quiet if that’s what you like. The Paint River is a blue ribbon fishing stream with class lV and lll rapids upstream. Heaven for Snowmobiling, Skiing, Utv off roading, fishing, hunting, golfing, white water rafting and canoeing. No hunting of any kind is permitted on the property. Cameras for security.

The space

Bedroom 1- king bed 1/2 bath 1 twin xl bunk bed
Bedroom 2- queen bed upstairs
Bedroom 3- 1 full bed & 1 bunk bed upstairs
Loft – 1 full bed
Bathroom 1- main floor full bath freestanding tub +shower, first aid kit
Bathroom 2- upper floor 1 shower
Bathroom 3- Half bath in Master bedroom

Kitchen- fully stocked, single/12 cup coffee maker, coffee, cast iron pans, crockpot, kitchen island seats

Laundry room- Washer & Dryer, laundry soap provided

Dining room- Seats 8, 2nd table seats 4

Living room- Wood burning fireplace, poker/bumper pool table, chess table & games, corn hole, monopoly, horseshoes ,etc. 75” 4K Roku tv (know your passwords for Netflix etc.

Outside- BBQ’s, picnic table, 5 canoes with oars, life vests, first aid kit, bonfire pit, seating under 3 sided covered porch for 8

Guest access

Everything is yours accept for the garage. Please park in marked area, not on winter wheat in front of cabin.

Other things to note

5 miles to town- grocery, gas etc.
10-15 miles to the 2 golf courses
30 miles to IRW Iron Mountain airport (rental cars available)
15 miles to Iron River
2 excellent restaurants within 15 miles
80 miles to Marquette
87 miles to the Porcupine Mountain National Forest
115 miles to Munising (Pictured rocks)
30 miles to Iron Mountain (all the big box stores)
210 miles to Mackinaw Bridge
125 miles to Green Bay
300 miles to Minneapolis/ St Paul

What this place offers

Scenic views

River view

Bedroom and laundry



Pool table


Board games

Heating and cooling

Air conditioning
Indoor fireplace

Home safety

Security cameras on property
Smoke alarm
Carbon monoxide alarm
Fire extinguisher
First aid kit

Internet and office


Kitchen and dining

Space where guests can cook their own meals

Location features

Lake access
Guests can get to a lake using a path or dock


Fire pit
Outdoor dining area
BBQ grill

Parking and facilities

Free parking on premises
Private pool
Private hot tub


Self check-in
Check yourself into the home with a door code

House rules

You’ll be staying in someone’s home, so please treat it with care and respect.

Checking in and out

Check-in after 4:00 PM
Checkout before 11:00 AM
Self check-in with keypad

Self check-in

Check yourself in with the keypad.

During your stay

10 guests maximum
No pets
Commercial photography allowed
No smoking

Before you leave

Gather used towels
Throw trash away
Turn things off
Lock up
Additional requests
Please make sure all furniture is in its original place

Safety & property

Avoid surprises by looking over these important details about your Host’s property.

Safety devices

Security camera/recording device
Airbnb prohibits cameras and recording devices in private spaces like bedrooms or bathrooms
Carbon monoxide alarm installed
Smoke alarm installed

Cancellation policy

Before you book, make sure you’re comfortable with this Host’s cancellation policy. Keep in mind that Airbnb’s Extenuating Circumstances policy doesn’t cover cancellations due to illness or travel disruptions caused by COVID-19.

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About Crystal Falls Michigan

Crystal Falls Michigan

Crystal Falls is a sportsman’s paradise located between many lakes and rivers offering year-round outdoor activities.  Crystal Falls is a city and the county seat of Iron County, Michigan.  As of the 2020 census, the city population was 1,598. The city is located within Crystal Falls Township, but is a separate municipal entity. The area first developed as a major center for iron mining and the timber industry; it has become increasingly popular for tourism in recent years.

Paint River – CLASS II(III) – 2.8 miles – Michigan whitewater, Iron county, Little Bull Dam to Horserace Rapids section whitewater kayaking, rafting, and paddling information. From RiverFacts.com:  I just took a 30 mile trip down this river with a group of 6 and three canoes. I thought it was great overall. There are a few shallow spots where we had to get out of the boat and pull it through the water but otherwise the depth is good. As far as the quote ”pretty good campgrounds” go, these were not easily found but can be set up in the less dense forests alongside the water. The stretch over the hemlock rapids is a bit difficult on the lower hemlock but the upper is an exciting though slightly wet ride. The overall current throughout the river is not too fast so some paddling is needed. Thats about it, this is a great river. The scenery is beautiful, and if your staying overnight the stars are miraculous, so enjoy the view. If your in the trees alot watch out for ticks, (they found me well) but other than that, enjoy the ride. Says Blake Myers The beautiful scenery of Michigan and the beautiful way the water current moves down the stream beats anything. The put-in location is a reasonable drive from Iron Mountain, if you’re not familiar with the area there’s a road map further down The Little Bull Dam to Horserace Rapids section of Paint River in Michigan is 2.8 miles long and has been rated as a class II(III) section by American Whitewater. You can pitch a tent or park your RV at a nearby campground. Whitewater rafting and kayaking spots in Michigan tend to be more forgiving than the national average, so if you’re not from around here don’t forget that quite a few of the sections in this state are pretty easy. This is a short paddling stretch so no need to bring snacks. The nearby hotels are a bit away from the river, and if you make reservations in advance you’re all set.  Paint River, Little Bull Dam to Horserace Rapids road map – Printable road map with the put-in and take-out locations clearly marked.

Bewabic State Park is situated on Fortune Lake, which is part of the Fortune Lakes Chain. The park is home to both modern and rustic campsites, a day-use area, a tennis court, hiking trails, a boat launch and more. The park is rich with Civilian Conservation Corps history, which is evident by several CCC structures still in use.  Bewabic is one of just a few state parks that allow the operation of an ORV between the campground and nearby ORV trails. The park connects to Twin Lakes and Baraga state parks and Bond Falls Scenic Site via several motorized routes. Please note: ORV use is for exiting and entering the park only, not for traveling within the park.  The park is site #9 along the Iron County Heritage Trail system.  ORV route and trail maps are available for purchase at the park (pending availability) or online at the DNR’s interactive ORV route and trail map.  Before visiting a state park, boating site or trail, it’s always a good idea to check the latest closures due to weather-related events, planned improvement projects and repairs. Visit https://www.michigan.gov/dnr/about/newsroom/Closures


Crystal Falls was platted in 1881. It was named for a nearby icy waterfall on the Paint River. A post office called Crystal Falls has been in operation since 1885. The City of Crystal Falls, born of the early iron mining and timber explorations in the southwest of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, sprawls on hilly terrain extending east and west from the banks of the Paint River. It is a city that, in growing from its first settler’s shacks to a picturesque residential community, went into partnership with nature in preserving a natural setting for itself. Most impressive is the Iron County Court House that graces the west end of Superior Avenue, the main business section of the City.


According to the United States Census Bureau, Crystal Falls has a total area of 3.61 square miles (9.35 km2), of which 3.47 square miles (8.99 km2) is land and 0.14 square miles (0.36 km2) is water.  The city of Crystal Falls is very hilly and the castle-like county courthouse (built in 1890) sits on the highest point, overlooking the downtown business district.

Arts and culture

Crystal Falls is home to the Crystal Theater, a regional performing arts center.

Crystal Falls used to have a high veteran population. After both World Wars, a lot of veterans settled in and around the area. Crystal Falls was the last town to still celebrate V-J Day until the early 2000s. They have two big festivals during the summer. A “bass” festival which is a weekend of fun activity and a marathon. Highlighted by the annual “WOPS” vs Sweeds softball game, the mushroom festival replaced the V-J Day celebrations and that has the Polack vs Finns softball game.

Head to the ice the last weekend in February on the Michigamme reservoir for the annual Fisheree tournament. A tradition that most locals look forward to all year.

In April 1992, Crystal Falls received international attention due to the discovery of a giant fungus, Armillaria bulbosa, in the nearby forest. The discovery was announced in articles in Nature and The New York Times. The fungus, known as the “humongous fungus”, covered an area of more than 30 acres (120,000 m2) and had a total mass estimated at 100 tons. At the time it was believed to be one of the oldest living organism on earth, as well as one of the largest.

Although the fungus is actually located in nearby Mastodon Township, Michigan, the city of Crystal Falls adopted it as a tourist attraction, and holds a “Humungous Fungus Fest” as an annual event.