Whether you’re looking for the perfect relaxing autumn vacation or the perfect fall venue for your upcoming wedding, Hemlock Hills on Mill Pond has all of the above to make your perfect fall getaway!

For the fall season vacationer, look into one or more of these properties:

The Cottage on Pine Lane

Located on the Thunder Bay River, only a few hundred feet from Sunken Lake and less than two miles from Elowsky Mill, the Cottage offers an open floor plan and sleeps up to eight guests. The Cottage in the woods is a perfect secluded getaway for couples. (video below)

The Cabin

The Cabin has had a complete renovation and expansion, increasing its size and amenities. The Cabin features 5 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, and sleeps up to twelve people. Open floor plan with 2nd-floor game room and loft and a 350 sq. ft. second-floor deck overlooks the Thunder Bay River. (video below)

The Cottage on Sunken Lake

The ranch-style cozy Cottage on Sunken Lake features 3 bedrooms and will accommodate up to ten guests, eight in beds. This property is all about the lake view and close access to the water. (video below)

The Mill House

The Mill House comfortably sleeps up to ten guests with its generous 5 bedrooms and 2 1/2 baths. It comes standard with a 3-day wedding package. Sit on the front porch and listen to the river flowing over the old Grist Mill dam. This home rents either with a wedding venue or as a vacation home rental. (video below)


For the fall season wedding planner, the Elowsky Grist Mill is the perfect venue along with the properties serving as the perfect lodging for guests!

The Elowsky Grist Mill

Hemlock Hills On Mill Pond properties are scheduled for weddings, vacations, special events, and the Posen Potato Festival Elowsky Grist Mill Tours. Please check the calendar on the website for availability, and “contact us” to reserve your special memory in the making! (videos below)

The Wedding Barn

The Pavilion

The Bunkhouse

*featured photo at the top courtesy of Hemlock Hills on Mill Pond facebook page, photographed by Doug Houseworth