Are you looking for a private retreat away from the vacation crowds? Want to slow your pace and enjoy all that nature has to offer? Then, Croton Shores Cottage is your kind of place! It's nestled on a hillside along the western shore of Croton Pond, a 1,320-acre boating and fishing lake that's part of the Muskegon River between Croton and Hardy Dams. Come, take a tour through our website at www.crotonshores.com and see why our guests agree that Croton Shores Cottage is a very special place.
Located on beautiful Croton Pond between the historic Croton & Hardy Dams and just a 15-minute drive from the charming town of Newaygo, Croton Shores Cottage offers an opportunity to get away from the hustle and bustle of your daily routine. It's the place to unplug, kick back and leave the outside world behind.
No matter what you're looking for during your vacation getaway--fishing, boating, hiking, enjoying nature or just relaxing and taking time for yourself and your family, Croton Shores Cottage is the place for you.
Croton Shores Cottage is your year-round place to retreat and relax. The cottage is centrally heated and provides a warm and toasty escape during the winter. It's also centrally cooled for those occasional hot summer days. Enjoy a meal on the large deck or just relax and enjoy the fresh air and sounds of nature.
Enjoy the comforts of modern living while experiencing the wonders of being in the woods. It's a perfect place to kick back, relax and enjoy the ever-changing view.
July 10 to September 4: Only week-long reservations accepted until 30 days prior to arrival date.
Summer weekly reservations are Saturday to Saturday.
You may call us to be placed on a priority waiting list for shorter stays.
Two-night minimum at other times of the year; three nights on holiday weekends.
Mighty Mo - The Muskegon River! Historic Croton & Hardy Dams!
Located 10 miles outside small town of Newaygo, Croton is a village nestled along the 1,320 all-sports Croton Pond and alongside the century-old Croton Dam.
Exit 118 off Rt. 131, go west on Rt 82 to Elm St. End at T intersection brings you to Croton.
Must have car.
Early summer, fall