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ONE BEDROOM LAKEFRONT CABIN [ROW 1]

All cabins include linens, blankets, pillows & towels for four persons (six persons in two bedroom cabins) / tub & shower / full kitchen / refrigerator / stove / oven / microwave / coffee maker / dishwasher / pots, pans, silverware / dishes (plates, bowls, cups, etc.) / multiple flat screen TV’s / satellite television / heat / A/C / FREE WIFI w/ ROUTER IN EACH CABIN / gas grill pavilions / community fire pits / FREE use of all non-powered boats. *All Cabins are Non-Smoking*

$221 per night
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Bear Ridge cabin by the water

Enjoy an enchanting experience in our cozy cabin by the water. You will be surrounded by trees and wildlife with a breathtaking view of the Bear Ridge pond. This quaint cabin is rustic yet modern and has everything you need. It can sleep up to 6 guests comfortably, so you can enjoy a small family getaway or just a romantic vacation for 2. You are provided with amenities such as a cedar snorkel hot tub, WIFI, full kitchen, clawfoot tub/shower, pot belly wood stove, and outdoor fire pit.

$164 per night
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  2. Wattsburg
The Rustic Retreat

This cozy LITTLE cabin is located on 10 beautiful, wooded acres. It has an outside fire pit, a full kitchen with counter seating, small living room, 1 very small bathroom, a private bedroom and a semiprivate loft. Its only minutes away from The Peek n Peak resort, for downhill skiing, golfing. The Wilderness Lodge, for cross country skiing, on snowmobile trails, close to Findley Lake, and Lake Erie, for swimming, fishing and boating, and Lake Erie Wine Trail with over 50 miles of wine country.

$100 per night

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Stay near Erie's top sights

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Erie Insurance Arena4 locals recommend
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Erie Zoo20 locals recommend
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Plymouth Tavern4 locals recommend
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Calamari's Squid Row4 locals recommend
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Rum Runners8 locals recommend
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Harbor View Miniature Golf3 locals recommend

Cottage rentals in Erie

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Lovely Bayview Cottage
$135 per night
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Enjoy sunset at private cottage on Lake Erie
$327 per night
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Cheerful 3br cottage w/Fireplace minutes from PI
$179 per night
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Cottage II
$70 per night
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Hidden Cove
$221 per night
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Dreamy Home on Lake Erie
$429 per night
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Quaint North East Cottage Near the Water
$254 per night
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Secluded Cottage with Hidden Cove on Lake Erie
$292 per night
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Sunny, Modern Waterfront Cottage w/ Grill in Erie!
$354 per night
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Relax at the newly renovated Moon Dogs Getaway!
$132 per night
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Cozy, Modern, Wooded Hideaway at “The Gully"
$148 per night
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North East Cottage on Lake Erie
$170 per night

Vacation rentals in Erie

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Private Room. King Bed. Private Bath. 5 Stars.
$74 per night
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Eccentric retreat in the heart of downtown!
$58 per night
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Bayfront apt near downtown/water
$81 per night
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One bed ap 2 min from St Vincent hosp no Locals pl
$70 per night
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Fully remodeled apartment with free parking!
$47 per night
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❤ St. Vincent room for the working professional 3
$34 per night
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Lovely 1 bedroom Apt
$59 per night
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Pied-à-terre à Erie
$68 per night
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Clean, quiet and private.
$57 per night
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Bright and comfortable apt with private entrance.
$84 per night
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The Couple's Cottage
$150 per night
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Bird's eye views from the bluff
$140 per night

Your guide to Erie

Welcome to Erie

As Pennsylvania’s main gateway to the Great Lakes, it’s fitting that Erie bears the name of the lake it hugs. The popular Presque Isle State Park shows off seven miles of sandy shores in Lake Erie with 11 public beaches. But the area also has plenty of trails to hike, mountains to ski, and courses to golf, drawing outdoor lovers of every kind. The museum scene is just as lively, including the Erie Art Museum, the Erie Maritime Museum, the expERIEnce Children’s Museum, and the Hagen History Center. The Erie African American Heritage Trail traces key events in Black history, and the Erie Mural Arts Tour follows more than 80 works of street art. The growing food scene is well represented at the Flagship City Food Hall.


How do I get around Erie?

Flight options are fairly limited at Erie International Airport (ERI), so you might want to try Buffalo Niagara International Airport (BUF) in New York, about an hour and 40 minutes northeast along the lake or Cleveland Hopkins International Airport (CLE) in Ohio, about the same distance the opposite way. Alternatively, Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT) in Pennsylvania is just over two hours to the south. Train service runs into Erie’s Union Station. To get around town, there are rideshare options and a bus system, nicknamed the “E,” which also runs a Bayliner Trolley in the downtown area, while car rentals and private transportation are also available.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Erie?

With its lakefront location, the weather in Erie is often determined by the lake effect conditions. Generally, late spring to early fall is the sweet spot for pleasant temperatures, making it the busiest time of year to book one of the area’s vacation rentals. In the spring and fall, the temperature can swing from perfectly pleasant to near-freezing cold within a day. Winters are so chilly that the lake tends to freeze over, and snow can fall up to 11 times a month. Festivals are a way of life here, with the Erie Microbrew Fest in April; Pridefest, Bikefest, and Cyclefest in June and July; Celebrate Erie and Erie County Fair in August; Honey Harvest Festival in September; and Downtown D’Lights in December. All through the summer months, there are fireworks after the minor league baseball games at the stadium.


What are the top things to do in Erie?

Presque Isle State Park

This 3,200-acre peninsula curving into Lake Erie is considered the state’s only real seashore — and it sure does lake life right. Besides water activities such as swimming, surfing, scuba diving, boating, and fishing, and land-based ones such as hiking and inline skating, it’s also a popular stop for migrating birds, including many that are endangered.

Hagen History Center

On Millionaires Row in Erie, the restored Watson-Curtze Mansion, built in 1892, is itself a sight, with stained glass, mosaic tiles, and intricate wood carvings. But it’s also now part of the Hagen History Center, dedicated to preserving the area’s legacy. Also on site are the Wood-Morrison House and Carriage House Gift Shop.

Lake Erie Arboretum Frontier (LEAF)

Simply put, LEAF is a tree museum. With more than 1,000 trees in the arboretum that sits inside the city’s Frontier Park, the free park has sections of pine, beech, oak, dogwood, and elm trees, as well as a wetlands area and Cascade Creek running throughout. There’s also a labyrinth, for walking meditations, and a winter garden that showcases plants that peak when others aren’t in season.