Featured Lake Resorts and Lodges in Canada
Set on the shores of Okanagan Lake, Summerland Waterfront Resort pairs peace and quiet with exhilarating water sport adventures. A full fleet of watercraft lets you cruise at top speeds, while kayaks let you explore the shoreline at your leisure. Take out a pedal boat to get a workout in while exploring the area!
The Marten River system, part of the Nipissing Crown Game preserve, opens onto 24 km of diverse waterways. Or, choose back lakes – the remote Slash Lake, teeming with trophy pike; Chico Lake, with plentiful smallmouth bass; and the gorgeous Lawry Lake with bass, pike and pickerel. Marten River Lodge will take you there!
After a full country breakfast, soak up some sun on the inn's private beach. Then climb aboard a complimentary boat, kayak, canoe, or paddleboat to explore the miles of uninhabited scenic waterways in Ontario's Kawartha Lakes region. Hours of entertainment await you on the water!
Located in the world famous Muskoka-Georgian Bay lake district, the lodge is near many sites to see and do. There are canoes, kayaks, pedal boats, stand up paddleboards, and outboard boat & jet-ski rentals. Plus take a ride on the cruise boat, try water skis or go tubing in the summer!
Spend your summer days on the shores of beautiful Lake Huron. Oakwood Resort has a private beach that follows the water's edge till it meets Grand Bend's Main Beach. Get out on the water and enjoy great fishing, boating, and even private picnic boat cruises and charters. And the sunsets over Lake Huron are some of the best!
Located on the scenic shores of Lake Couchiching, Fern Resort has everything you want and more in an Ontario lake resort. Complimentary kayaks, sailboats and canoes let you paddle the pristine Canadian waters. Or, sit back and enjoy the resort's water ski show from the comfort of your cottage's deck.
Occupying its own short peninsula, JW Marriott The Rosseau Muskoka Resort & Spa is flanked by sheltered inlets on Ontario's spectacular Lake Rosseau. The resort is perfect for an unforgettable Minett, Ontario outdoor vacation with miles of hiking trails along the lake, docking facilities, a private beach and much more.
Creating the ultimate fishing experience, Lake of the Wood is over 70 miles long and across, contains over 14,000 islands, and boasts over 65,000 miles of shoreline! At this angler's paradise, you're likely to end up releasing more fish than you'll be able to take home! If the vast Lake of the Woods isn't enough, Crow (Kakagi) Lake is only a five...
At a whopping 25 miles long, with over 300 square miles of water, Trout Lake provides plenty of fishing grounds across over 100 islands. The inlets and narrows among the islands uniquely offer excellent fishing and protection in rougher weather. And making Sandy Beach Lodge your home-base provides the instant access to this angler's paradise!
Lake of Bays presents a calm, yet exciting destination for your next Muskoka vacation. The beautiful shores of the Lake of Bays are just steps away from the resort and await for you to enjoy plenty of fun activities. Go fishing for bass and trout, paddle boating, and much much more!
Let the sparkling waters of Lake Joseph beckon you to a day of outdoor bliss. If you want to be more active, use the inn's canoes, kayaks, and paddle boats. Go for a swim or simply relax on the beach and enjoy the view. Let the lakeside atmosphere sink into your bones and relax you to the cores.
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