Bearadise Bay’s facilities are second to none. Built in the fall of 2007, Bearadise Bay has 4 cabins, a kitchen/dining/meeting building with a screened porch and a bathhouse complete with 2 bathrooms (each with a sink, flush toilet and a shower).
Cabins are 12 foot by 16 foot metal sided buildings each with a deck. Cabins are named after popular bait spots…Bearadise Lake, Moogaloo, Beaver Lake and Chubbie Creek…there are pictures in each cabin of that bait spot and some of the bears that have been taken there. Each cabin has 4 bunk beds (Chubbie Creek has 2 single bunks and 2 double bunks) and sleeps 4 comfortably with gear. Cabins also have wood stoves to take the chill off and a little sitting area to talk about the day with your roommates.
The Bearadise Bay Kitchen/Dining building is equipped with a stove/oven, microwave and all the other amenities of home. There is not anything that you can’t cook in this kitchen!! The kitchen is open to the dining/meeting area where dinner is served and problems are solved. Dining area can easily sit 12 to 16 guests for a good feed of walleye or whatever else is on the menu for the day!! On the front of the kitchen/dining building is a screened-in porch to enjoy the evening bug-free or to sit out of the rain.
The bathhouse is situated behind the Kitchen/Dining building. It’s equipped with two 3 piece bathrooms (sink, flush toilet & shower)…one side is reserved for the gals and the other is reserved for the guys. The on-demand water heater supplies all the hot water you will ever need and then some so nice hot showers after a long day in the bear stand are a must. Our bathhouse is equipped with a wood stove as well so if it gets cold, the wood stove will take the chill off.
While you are staying at Bearadise Bay, the only way that you know that you are not at home is when you turn around and see the view looking across the lake and into Bearadise Bay, when you hear fish jumping, the cry of the loon and then you get to finish it all off with a nice fire at the end of your day! Sounds like Bearadise to me!