Come join me, your friend Jen, for an experience that will rejuvenate you from the push drive city life!
Jen's Den is a rustic / industrial design. A modern pole barn with living quarters above. Built for comfort and completely off-the grid! Below the living quarters is a large drive through garage with heated floors. It's a hang out area for summer barbeques and winter art and craft projects. There is no roughing it here! Modern amenities with resources coming from mother earth!
Package includes transportation to and from CIU airport ( Ste. Sault Marie, Michigan) and transportation to all activities on and around Drummond Island Michigan. Accommodations in a unique modern rustic pole barn, completely off-grid but with all the comforts of home! Private property on 35 acres with 1000 feet of water frontage on historic Scammon Cove all to yourself! A sunken tug "Silver Spray" and schooner barge "Troy" in Scammon Cove tell tales of a small town "Johnswood" that use to exist before it was destroyed by fire and dismantled in 1925 before the Great Depression 1929-1939. You'll be taken out on a fishing charter with everything setup for fishing success! All equipment supplied! A seaplane tour of the island and surrounding islands is included along with endless kayaking adventures. You'll experience the whole feeling of the island by land, sea and air! To top it off and go out with a bang, the fall on the island festival is scheduled for October 9 & 10, 2020 (music,dance,drink,eat)
The Island Cedar Company started operations at Scammon Cove in 1883. In 1890 the mill was taken over by H.C. Johnson Co. In 1902 Finnish workers were recruited for a settlement on Drummond Island in the Scammon Cove area. In 1916 Charles Wood, a piano key manufacturer bought the mill and renamed it Kreetan Company. The name of the post office was changed to Johnswood in honor of the two lumber company presidents. Johnswood had a company store, theater with silent films, a boarding house, a school, a clubhouse and a small hospital and doctor's house. Long story short, fire and a decline of the lumber market shut the mill down in 1925. The town was dismantled. Only two buildings remain.