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Reviewed 5 July 2010

We came to Camp Tosebo for my father-in-law's 80th birthday celebration. There were 22 of us, from many different states. This camp was terrific!! We couldn't have asked for a better location-the beach is a very short walk away, the main house, where most of us stayed was fabulouse and the trails and places to walk were great. We also rented the Welcome House, for the teenage boys, and that was perfect for them. The main house has a large commercial kitchen, which was great for fixing meals every night. The bedrooms were wonderful and the beds very comfortable.

The entire place was spotless when we arrived. A great value for the money!

Perfect for large groups, families, couples, even a retreat for work.

  • Stayed: June 2010, travelled with family
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7  Thank churchlady425
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Reviewed 15 May 2007

Old Camp Tosebo has changed ownership since I have stayed there. You must rent the entire facility rather than just a room, so it's great for reunions, business retreats etc.
It was a boy's camp in the 30' to late 50's or 60's. Todd's Seminary for Boys (To-se-bo) It had become somewhat neglected until purchased by a young couple with local roots. They spent a fortune updating and revitalizing the main house as well as many of the surrounding buildings and caretaker's cottage. There is a large, fully modernized kitchen for you to make meals. A large main dining room adjoining a living room with large fieldstone fireplace. Many guest rooms some with private bath, clawfoot tubs, some with shared bath. A "caretakers" cottage with two bedrooms, a Trunkhouse with two bedrooms. They have a website for more info, google Camp Tosebo.
There is access to the beautiful lake Portage across the street, which connects to Lake Michigan. Onekama is the nearest town and Manistee is just south.

Stayed: May 2007
4  Thank macjimmy
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