So what’s on your cottage agenda?
Lazing about on the dock? Reading a book in the hammock? Watching the sunset with a glass of wine in hand?
Or is it more active?
There’s something for everyone out here and we want to share it with you.
Renting in Winter
When the sidewalks are piled with dirty snow, wrapping up to go outside is a half-hour event, and the crowds are all heads-down and unsmiling, it’s time to get out into the country.
A weekend away in fresh white powder; a walk on a frozen lake on a moonlit night, and curling up in front of a blazing fire with a good book could be just what you need to bring back the magic of winter.
We know cottage country, and the best winter locations. Check out these winter activities then call us to plan your getaway.
Bringing your Pet
There’s no need to put your dog into kennels when their own cottage vacation awaits.
Many of our cottages welcome pets (look for the dog icon) although some have size limits and will only accept hypo-allergenic dogs.
Our pet-friendly page has lots more information on having a great holiday with your dog.
Everyone can fish. All you need is a fishing rod, a licence, some bait, and a lot of patience, although if all you want is to catch an endless stream of sunfish, that’s pretty much a given on most lakes.
Sit on the end of a dock, or take out a canoe, kayak or even a pedalboat and fish to your heart’s content.
Don’t risk a fine so get your Outdoors Card and a licence tag and make sure you know the fishing regulations in the area you will be fishing.