We are a small family business started in 1999 by Dad (Steve Fraser). For several years prior, Mom (Louise Fraser) managed the Oak Gallery in this same rustic log building.
After Dad retired from 20 years in the grocery business, they decided to widen the focus of the store, and changed the name to reflect the expanded inventory.
Our store is filled with handmade items, built within a 100 mile radius of Houghton Lake. Amish and Mennonite home workshops provide us with most of our product, as well as several local woodworkers. Every week, we bring in hand picked rustic furniture and unique items from over 38 local shops and over 100 different individuals.
We've filled cabins and homes all over America with our furniture. Most of our customers travel to Houghton Lake mainly to enjoy a visit to our store, and then are enchanted with the natural beauty and outdoor activities in the area.
Our customers are usually stunned with the variety and amount of items we have in the store, and a quick trip turns into an all day exploration and shopping adventure. From our whimsical taxidermy mounts, to our burly and massive log beds, there is something for everybody to see and enjoy.
4619 West Houghton Lake Drive
Houghton Lake, MI 48629
Phone: (989) 366-0816
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