For as long as I can remember, our family has spent their summers at various lakes and locations for our annual family reunion. My parents' dream was to one day have a place we could call our own; to share with our friends and family. Countless trips, hoping to find our niche, searching far and wide to make our dream a reality. Then, in 2002, we stumbled upon our dearest treasure: Brantingham Lake and the community which surrounds it. Not a day has gone by when we don't feel fortunate to be apart of something so special.

From our family to yours, we want to share these very same experiences by opening our home up for YOUR family to have the vacation of a lifetime!


Originally called, "Fish Lake", Brantingham was eventually purchased by John Grieg (hence the name of the local town). Brantingham Lake covers 300+ acres  of shoreline. The lake has a maximum depth of 70 feet with an average depth of 30 feet. There are two islands present, Grant Island, and Dark Island. Two distinct sand bars, each one marked by buoys and one visibly submerged sand bar stemming at the rear of Dark Island are visible. Depending on yearly water levels, these shallow sand bars may only be covered by a few feet of water, requiring caution from boaters. The lake bottom yields little vegetation, but rather is covered by organic matter and sand, making the lake favorable for recreational use during the summer months.

For the fisherman: The Lake is surrounded by native trout streams, bass(large-mouth and smallies), rainbow trout, pickerel, and pan-fish fishing right from our dock!

  • Full Kitchen

  • Free high-speed internet and Wifi

  • Satellite TV

  • Gas Grill

  • Countless groomed ATV and Snowmobile Trails

  • Sandy Beach with Southern Exposure

  • Lake encompasses12 miles of shoreline

  • Historic Location on the Lake
  • ~ 40ft Dock
  • Laundry

  • Central Air/Heat

  • Inside and outside fireplace

  • State of the art water filtration

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TEL: 386-338-1106




Contact for Booking Inquiries:


John Holly Jr.