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Ashland's Run

OwnerJustin & Nicole Sebastian
ContactJustin & Nicole Sebastian
EmailAshlandsRun@gmail.com
Address50946 Garret Road
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Tel773-457-8067

Ashland's Run offers the Pure Michigan Experience, featuring 133 feet of lakefront on Dewey Lake, which is a full water sports lake, situated in the heart of Sister Lakes.  The vacation property is designed to sleep 16 across seven bedrooms and has three bathrooms. 

Ashland's Run offers full amenities including bedding, chef's kitchen, towels, entertainment and also provides many of the items required for small children.  The owenrs use only organic and eco-friendly cleaning products and condiments as available.  Ashland's cannot accomodate pets.

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Hilltop Resort

OwnerPat Gleason
ContactCarol Friedman
EmailCarFriedm@sbcglobal.net
Address67228 95th Avenue
Dowagiac, MI 49047
(directions)
Tel773-844-8656

Polk Properties LLC

Owner
ContactCynthia Muller
Email37Street@BellSouth.net
AddressPO Box 104
Dowagiac, MI 49047
Tel305-282-9256
Fax305-220-5031

Located at Magician Lake, Polk Properties LLC at 30714 Polk Road feature weekly rentals that serve the Sister Lakes vacationland. It also has leased land available for residential development. Polk Road is located outside of Dowagiac on M-152.

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