Featured Lake Resorts and Lodges in Ontario
It's time to make a splash! Lake Stoney, famous throughout Ontario as the "Jewel of the Kawarthas" is ideal for summer fun on the water. Pine Vista Resort has kayaks, canoes, and paddle boats available to guests free of charge! They also offer a full range of water-based activities. The resort has a wonderful private sandy beach that is great for...
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 along the shores of Lake Nipissing, Deluxe Camp offers an impressive 450 feet of shoreline, making it perfect for your Ontario lake vacation. Take in the beautiful views as you indulge in a variety of activities such as fishing for bass, perch and walleye. Or, just lounge on the shores and let all your worries fade away. There's nothing...
Myers Cave sits on 450 feet of Marble Lake shoreline, and the lake teems with bass, walleye, catfish and whitefish. Canoe to the connecting lakes and waterways of Bon Echo, a park of astounding natural beauty and wildlife; or enjoy the calming waves and sand of the resort's beach.
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.
As stewards of this unique part of Canada, the Northridge Inn keeps watch over the tranquil, undisturbed Lake Bernard - the world's largest lake without an island. This is a centuries-old communal fishing ground, continually preserved and celebrated. And if fishing isn't your thing, enjoy swimming, watersports, or simply lounging out on the beach!
Discover endless Muskoka water fun on Lake Rosseau at Summer Water Sports, the water ski school at Clevelands House. If you prefer to stay dry, the resort offers guided tour cruises along with free canoe, kayak and double kayak rentals. Afterwards, lie out and soak up some rays or take a moment to yourself in the sauna.
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!
The beautiful Lake of Two Rivers awaits just outside your door when you stay at the Killarney Lodge. Here, with the natural surroundings of Algonquin Park all around, you'll discover a truly relaxing lakeside retreat that's perfect for family getaways. Canoeing, fishing, boating, playing in the sand and much more are all available to you with this...
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Ontario is a Huron word meaning “great lake” and “beautiful water” in Iroquois. With more than 250,000 freshwater lakes in this Canadian province, we agree to both! We sought spas that induced... more