Tuesday, December 4, 2007

More Snow and Clear Roads

With all the snow this week - we must be up to 16" or so, the road crews are doing a great job of keeping our highways and country roads clear so visitors can come up north and enjoy all this beauty.

Hidden Valley Ski Area opens Friday at 9 A.M. to kick off the 2007/2008 ski season. I wonder who will get first run this year? Algonquin Park has started packing and grooming their Cross Country Ski Trails.

The holiday season is near so don't leave it too late to book your family or couples getaway. Christmas and New Years in Muskoka is the best...

Friday, November 30, 2007


Come and visit and don't forget your snowshoes, skis and toboggans. The lake is still sparkling but the tree branches are heavy with snow. Nor'Loch Lodge has snowshoes for you to explore the back country regions of Algonquin Park and enjoy complete silence. The visitors centre is still open every weekend for lunch with a spectacular view. When entering the park don't forget to check the wildlife sightings at West Gate. Let is snow!

Thursday, November 29, 2007

Winter Seasonal Cottage Rentals

Both Bondi Village Resort and the Logging Chain Lodge each have a winter seasonal cottage rental available.
This is perfect for snowmobilers who don't want to have to cart all their gear every weekend back and forth from home to the cottage.


Logging Chain Lodge Cottages Dwight toll free 877-635-2575
this family resort offers 2 and 3 bedroom electrically heated housekeeping cottages with fully equipped kitchens (fridge, stove/oven, microwave, coffee maker, etc.), 4 piece bathrooms and propane BBQs. www.loggingchainlodge.on.ca

Bondi Village Resort Dwight, Muskoka 888-300-2132
SNOWMOBILING SEASONAL RENTAL : Private three bedroom housekeeping cottage accommodates 6. Good trail access, parking, four piece bath, full size kitchen, electric heat and wood fireplace. $2500 plus utilities, Jan 1 to Mar 17. Contact Brian or Carol www.bondi-cottage-resort.com

Pow Wow Point Lodge is Open this Winter

Doug and Dee Howell, Pow Wow Point Lodge, Huntsville, Muskoka have just announced they are opening this Winter.

Here's the latest news taken from their Pow Wow Point Lodge website:

Winter Dec 13, 2007 - March 31, 2008
We are delighted to offer 5 units in the Beech Building available for those seeking a winter experience. Stay at our place for a weekend or midweek escape. Reside in cozy comfort with your own fireplace, flat screen TV, and "Light Houskeeping" where you can prepare your own meals. Or, dine at any of the fine restaurants that suit every taste and budget, in Huntsville, only 10 minutes away. In the evening open some wine and relax in front of your own propane fireplace. Please note that our Main Lodge is closed in the winter