Small family run resort with 2 and 3 bedroom chalets; 1,2 and 4 bedroom condos. We also have a Lux 5 bedroom 3 bath and 6 bdrm 4 bath cottage.
Liveable floor area : 9,700 Sq.ft.
Ground surface : 2.25 acres
- View : Panoramic, unobscured, country side, forest, lake, village
- Children welcome
- Setting : Lakeside, Picturesque
- Lake at <165'
- Spa, Ski, Fishing
- Pets accepted
- Exposure : East
- Ad verified, documents requested
- Booking request in real time
- Lowest price, direct contact with the owner
- No commission is charged for the contact between proprietor and tenant or the transaction
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Located on Lake Muskoka. A peaceful resort for you and your loved ones just outside the town of Gravenhurst. Our natural sand beach is safe with it's gradual slope. Grab your rod and reel for an afternoon of casting off one of our many docks. Enjoy the abundance of nature right outside your door while you reconnect with family and friends, and take life at a slower pace.
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LAKE MUSKOKA CANADA is located between Port Carling and Gravenhurst, Ontario, Canada. The lake is surrounded by many cottages. The lake is primarily within the Township of Muskoka Lakes, with the southeast corner in the Town of Gravenhurst. The Town of Bala is located on the southwest shores of the lake, where the Moon River starts. Lake Muskoka is connected to Lake Rosseau through the Indian River and lock system at Port Carling. The lake is mainly fed by the Muskoka River, Lake Joseph and Lake Rosseau. First mention of Muskoka in any records is in 1615 and the territory was occupied by Indians, mainly consisting of the Algonquin and Huron tribes. Early explorers to the region like Samuel De Champlain came to the area next followed by Missionaries. The name Muskoka is thought to come from the name of a Chippewa tribe chief named Mesqua Ukee which means not easily turned back in the day of battle. Also known as Chief Yellowhead, it was Mesqua Ukee who signed the treaties made between the Indians and Province of Canada which sold about 250,000 acres (1,010 km2) of land in the area to the Province. He was so revered by the Ontario government that they built a home for him in Orillia where he lived until his death at age 95.
Location AccessHouse Gravenhurst
Just 10 Km west of Gravenhurst off Highway 169, 18 km before Bala. Only 1 and 1/2 hours north of Toronto.