OPEN ALL YEAR - Enjoy the area’s favourite waterfront housekeeping cottages with full kitchens stocked with everything to cook and eat with, gas fireplaces in most cottages, deck, picnic table and barbeque on park-like surroundings with in-ground swimming pool perfect for a relaxing get-a-way. We offer some of the best sport fishing for bass, pike, walleye, huge muskey or pan fish, swimming, canoeing, kayaking, outdoor games, bon fires, lots of relaxing and lots of family fun. (see more on our website).
Activities include 14' boat rentals, kayak, canoes and paddleboats, beach volleyball, children’s playground with ping pong, basketball, tetherball, lawn games, horseshoes, bon fires, and many near-by attractions including boat cruises, riding stables, ATV Trails, golfing, historical sites, Casino, Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre, Ste. Marie, The Martyre's Shrine, Big Chute Marine Railway, great restaurants and much more. (see our website for more)
Free WIFI available.
Bus service by Ontario Northland.
In the winter enjoy ice skating or hockey, try some ice fishing, go snowmobiling from your door, try some snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, horseback riding or dog sledding, there are 2 downhill skiing or snow tubing locations minutes away and Wye Marsh Wildlife Center in Midland which are both great for the kids!
So come on up to Muskoka where our friendly staff are here to serve you and make you stay most memorable.
Note: Rate includes 13% HST
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The cottage was nice. We (3 adults and an 8-month old baby) had a great time there. The resort had so many activities for us to do; large playground with many equipments and games; swimming pool; a provided BBQ grill. We took a canoe and puddle boat out for free of charge. I would recommend this resort to anyone.
Our stay was enjoyable despite the cold (we stayed for Easter 2013) and the fact that most attractions in the area were still closed for the season. The cabin was well thought, clean, well-organized... We couldn't of course enjoy the swimming pool (covered in ice), nor the barbecues... Maybe next time?