Elegant and protected homesite neighborhoods above and around the fairways of the Alpine and Monument golf courses. (Click here to see all homes for sale in The Reserve at Boyne Mountain Resort)
Wooded sites are generously proportioned and privately situated. Benefits of Reserve ownership include a private clubhouse, Kitz Cabin, on top of Boyne Mountain’s ski slopes, ski lockers in the clubhouse for owners, convenient access to the resort, Deer Lake, and Boyne City. (Click here to see all Boyne Mountain Homes for Sale)
The Reserve is technically not an official community within Boyne Mountain. As a result, unlike Mountain Club, homeowners are allowed to rent their homes. As a result, several homes are investment properties, some are second homes that occasionally rent, and this is the community with the second most year-round residents. (Click here to see Northern Michigan's finest collection of vacation rentals)
Just like Mountain Club and Edelweiss Club, it's quite common to see golf carts around the community as well as one can drive directly into the village for dining, nightlife, and shopping or head over to the golf course.
The Reserve is a golf course community that people either love or not, it sort of polarizes home buyers. On one hand, the elevated golf course views, large secluded lots, and tranquil living appeal to many people. On the other hand, it takes about 20 minutes to drive back into The Reserve which doesn't make for easy commuting to/from the resort, neighboring cities, or to work.
Lifestyle and Amenities
Boyne Mountain Resort offers Michigan's largest indoor waterpark Avalanche Bay and there is a luxurious 19,500 square foot Spa in the Boyne Mountain Grand Lodge. The thrilling Twin Zip Ride and Zipline Adventure Tour can be experienced year-round.
Summer attractions include two golf courses, an 18-hole mountain disc golf course, mountain biking, Segway Tours, tennis, beach activities at the resort's Deer Lake, hiking, and scenic chairlift rides.
Evening family entertainment like pond fishing, hayrides, movie nights, and more.
Winter beckons with snow sports galore from 60 trails of downhill to 35km of cross country, as well as exclusive snowshoe trails, horse-drawn sleigh rides, tubing, ice skating, fat tire snow biking, and groomer rides.
At Boyne Mountain, it's safe to say, you can choose your summer or winter adventure as recreational activities are abundant for just about anyone. Also, Boyne Highlands, a sister resort, is located within a 45-minute drive and they also offer a plethora of things to do.Brook Walsh on