You and your family have always rented a cottage at the lake and you treasure the memories you have made there. Your kids learned to swim at the lake, they caught their first fish off the dock, maybe they even learned to waterski at the lake. At the lake, you learned the peaceful joy of paddling a canoe and listening to the loons call on the lake.

Maybe you have been fortunate and enjoyed a cottage here at Clamshell Beach on the fabulous Whitefish Chain of Lakes. If you have spent a summer here, you will know what a magical place it is. You will know why many guests have come to know this as their second home. The sandy beach, the heated swimming pools, the full service lodge, the Whitefish Golf Course, all the great area attractions … there are plenty of reasons people love to spend their precious vacation time here.

If you have ever considered buying a cottage at the lake, you know there are many factors to consider. When you buy a cottage here at Clamshell Beach, you don’t have to compromise on any of those factors. You get a spacious floorplan – tastefully decorated and fully furnished – to entertain all your friends and relatives. You get a premier location on a perhaps the most premier lake in Minnesota. Your ownership is part of an Association which takes care of the maintenance, so you don’t have another home to maintain.

Clamshell Beach truly has it all.

We forgot to talk about how affordable ownership is here. The property is fractionally deeded so you are only buying as much cabin as you can use. After all, most of us don’t have 52 weeks of vacation a year. This is much like buying a slice of pizza when you can’t eat a whole pizza. Buying only a slice of real estate also gives you the financial freedom to do other things with your money.

We invite you to follow the links to the left and explore how this compares financially to whole ownership. You should also be aware how it is different from Timeshares – this is not about points and trading – this is truly your cottage at the lake.

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