Introducing Ontario Parks’ first solar-powered camp cabin!
This month, Kettle Lakes Provincial Park unveiled its new cabin, nestled on the shores of a secluded park lake.
This new one-room cabin sleeps up to five people, and boasts a kitchenette complete with fridge, kettle and coffee press.
A water tap and vault privies are on-site, and visitors are also welcome to visit the full comfort station (laundry, hot showers and flush toilets) at Island Lake Campground (on the other side of the park).
A propane barbecue sits on the cabin’s front porch for grillmasters. No need to forego the traditional camper s’more — a firepit waits just outside.
A gas fireplace will keep visitors warm on cool spring or fall nights, and a firepit outside means you can still enjoy dinner (and s’mores) around the campfire.
*Bonus* Your reservation includes free use of a canoe and kayak. Paddle around, or enjoy a lazy afternoon of fishing (this lake is stocked with Rainbow Trout!).
Free PFD and Tackleshare rentals are available from the park.
At night, sit out on the porch and listen to the loons calling across the lake.
New to Kettle Lakes?
Follow one of the parks’ four hiking trails along picturesque lakes, or spend time cycling the 14 km of bike trails.
The Visitor Centre and Natural Heritage Education program offer fun programs and special events through the summer.
The park’s 22 lakes abound with fishing opportunities for Rainbow Trout, Brook Trout, Northern Pike and Yellow Perch.
Bikes, canoes, kayak, peddle boats and stand-up paddle boards are all available to rent.
Ready to book a stay in our new cabin?
The cabin rents for $141.25 (HST included) per night, with a two night minimum.
Reservations can be made online (don’t forget to select “Roofed Accommodation” as your reservation type from the drop-down menu on the left) or by calling 1-888-668-7275.