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                                                              Wexford County, Mesick Michigan 49668


What's New

The pizzeria and the Bucksnort open back up recently.

All is now good.  LOL




Current News

Where are you summer???

Summer is almost here and it is the end of July!!!  Sad!!!




Recent Events

Took a couple of new wave runners up on the 19th of July.

The weather was perfect for playing on the water.



Hello all who come here. The construction of our cabin began in about 1951.  It was built by my “Uncle” Noble Wolfe, his father, Fauncher Wolfe and his son-in-law Lowell Harms.  For the full story in the words of Uncle Noble, press the history button at the top.   I started coming up to the cabin when I was about five years old.  I love it just as much now as I did back then, 40 years ago.  I find it very relaxing to get away from the “city”.  Even though I have made many modern additions such as a bathroom w/shower, a dishwasher and even a washer/dryer, I still enjoy it as a rustic get away.  One of my favorite things to do in northern Michigan is to lean back in a lawn chair and star gaze. Without the lights of the city you can see millions of stars.  It is never a disappointment.

We have many family trips every year. With a nice size lake nearby on the back waters of the Hodenpyle Dam, a little a small country store at the corner. It is a quick little get-a-way vacation. I now have a new'ish pontoon boat which we use to ride across the lake to a nice sandy area where the kids swim and explore. Every now and then I try my hand at fishing, which doesn't yield much!  Years ago, I bought a couple wave runners to play with on the lake.  I only hope my kids learn to enjoy it as much as I have. My family as well as many of my friends and their families have enjoyed this little place. It isn't much but I hope all who use it take advantage of the clean air and water in the "up-north" of Michigan.  Thanks for stopping by.  Sincerely, Greg

Below are  semi current pictures of the conditions in Mesick.