“Roughing it” not really your style? Explore nature with all the comforts of home!
From stone fireplaces to fully equipped kitchens to whirlpool tubs, discover each cabin’s special perks.
1. Pine Shores Cottage — Bonnechere Provincial Park
A stunning lakeside retreat awaits you at Bonnechere. Nestled on the shoreline of Round Lake, Pine Shores Cottage is a two-minute walk from the beach, playground, park store, and boat launch.
Cottage rental rates include a canoe, complete with paddles, lifejackets and safety kit.
Renovated in 2015, Pine Shores is equipped with every comfort, including a flatscreen tv, leather couch and chairs, fully stocked kitchen (complete with fridge, dishwasher and microwave) and a propane fireplace.
2. The Cabin — Killarney Provincial Park
Killarney’s brand new cabin is a rustic one-roomer with wood interior and a screened front porch. The cabin sleeps five on a queen bed and double/single bunk bed.
The cabin features a kitchenette with a microwave, mini fridge, coffee maker, kettle and counter space. There is a dining table and chairs for inside meals. Outside you’ll find a gas barbeque and picnic table. A propane fireplace provides a cozy temperature and atmosphere inside.
3. Temagami Cabin — Finlayson Point Provincial Park
Come stay with us on the shore of beautiful Lake Temagami, where canoes, boats, and float planes pass by. The cabin is decorated with log furniture and an electric fireplace. Unwind and relax while enjoying the recreational opportunities Temagami has to offer.
The cabin is a short walk to a comfort station and water tap. Bathroom facilities and water are not provided in the cabin.
4. Clarke-Denson Cottage — Presqu’ile Provincial Park
The Clarke-Denson Cottage has been restored to its original and appreciated era of the 1930s lakeside cottage.
The roofed accommodation holds up to six occupants, with three separate bedrooms, each with metal foot and head frames, pine side table and tweed shaded lamp. The kitchen has been updated with appliances, accessible bathroom facilities, a grand room, and a front sun room full of windows.
The grand room features a solid harvest table with farm spindle chairs, two wing back chairs that rest in front of the propane fireplace, encased with the original stone masonry chimney and solid wood mantle.
Throughout the cottage, items and equipment were selected to make visitors feel that they’re truly in the 1930’s, enjoying the amazing view over the wave-washed stones of Lake Ontario.
5. Jacques Cottage — Sandbanks Provincial Park
Located on the shores of Lake Ontario within Sandbanks, this one-and-a-half story cottage is a short bicycle ride from the Outlet and Sandbanks beaches.
The cottage sleeps six and has a master bedroom with double bed, a loft with two single beds and a pull out sofa in the living room.
Visitors will find a fully equipped kitchen, satellite TV, wood fireplace, barbeque and propane. Bedding and towels are supplied.