to Jay's Resort
Since 1947 we have been offering a great place to “get away from it all,” to fish, boat, swim, snowmobile, ski, explore, and just relax. We are the only resort that is still owned and loved by its founding family. Prepare to be refreshed in the serenity and for your appetite to double in the clean, wonderfully fresh air of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. We call it God’s country!
Walleye, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, northern pike, crappie, musky, and pan fish flourish in the Cisco Chain. All 15 lakes and 271 miles of wooded scenic shoreline are accessible by boat
•Deluxe fishing boat packages
Available for purchase:
•Bait (Minnows, Leeches, Wax Worms, Night Crawlers)
•Gasoline (Premium Unleaded no Ethanol)
•Coin operated Washer and Dryer
Recreational facilities on site:
•Fish cleaning facility
Other Area Attractions:
•The Sylvania Wilderness Area of the Ottawa National Forest is only a mile and a half away. With 21,000 acres of virgin timber and over 30 additional lakes and streams. Sylvania offers canoing, swimming, picnicking, hunting, fishing, hiking, cross country skiing and unsurpassed natural scenic beauty.
•Porcupine Mountains /Lake of the Clouds
•Presque Isle Park and Falls
•Numerous other back-country falls and trails
•Cross Country Skiing trails
•Snowmobile trails and access
•4-wheeler trails and access
Jay's Resort is located in the rugged country of the Western Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
Built in part from virgin timber that stood on the land, Jay’s Resort housekeeping cottages are clean, modern and picturesque. The cottages range from one to four bedrooms. Each is equipped with a fully outfitted kitchen, and satellite TV. Bedding is provided. The water from our well is so pure, clean and cold you’ll want to take some home with you. A boat slip is included. We have great dock facilities with ground faulted power accessible at each boat slip. Public boat launch is ½ block away.
Jay’s Resort is right on beautiful Thousand Island Lake.
Named for its size and many islands, Thousand Island Lake is spring-fed, clear and deep, the largest of the famous Cisco Chain of Lakes.