Places you need to visit this Fall!
Fall is one of the best times to travel. The forests are being transformed into a painter’s palette of colour, harvest season is in full swing, makes for an ideal season to escape and unwind.
Wander along country lanes lined with maples turned cherry red, harvest apples by the bushel in orchards strewn with copper-coloured leaves, or simply curl up by a crackling fire-pit to inhale the scent of autumn. The fall is all about experiencing the natural bounty of Ontario’s magical autumn season.
Our Resorts invite you to embrace Ontario’s natural, wide open spaces and discover these gems. They’ve got something for everyone, cottages, cabins, luxury accommodations and so much more. Best of all, they have huge savings on the adventures and getaways. They will be closed come Thanksgiving, don’t wait too late or you miss out – It’s time to go resorting!
Since 1935, Killarney Lodge has been offering a unique wilderness experience in the heart of Algonquin Park. Set amongst towering pines on a private peninsula, it’s home in the wilderness.
Paddle your personal canoe from your private log cabin onto the crystal clear lake, use kayaks and paddleboards at the sandy beach or explore the Park’s many walking trails. Savour the warmth and comfort of our lakeside cabins by the waterside. Enjoy fine country dining in our intimate log dining lodge or have meals delivered to your cabin door! Relax, explore and enjoy the fall beauty in Algonquin Park.
Perched along the rocky outcrops of the Canadian Shield, Rocky Crest Golf Resort is located on majestic Lake Joseph in Muskoka. Boasting luxury suites, villas, cabins, and cottages, Rocky Crest is the perfect spot for families of all sizes to unwind and create lifelong memories.
Only two hours from the GTA, guests can spend their days at the fun-filled lakefront waterpark, hiking along our pristine nature trails, relaxing in the hot tub or one of our heated pools, taking the kids fishing, or playing a round of golf on our championship course. Three on-site restaurants range from casual to fine steakhouse fare, providing options for every day of the week. Rocky Crest Golf Resort has a little something for everyone.
Port Cunnington Lodge
Port Cunnington Lodge is the place where historic Muskoka charm meets understated luxury on the tranquil shores of Lake of Bays. Choose a weekend getaway, family vacation, golf stay and play, or a corporate retreat with colleagues, and escape to our classic Muskoka setting. From hiking and paddling to swimming and golf, fill your days immersed in nature and your nights with quiet rest.
The resort is located on 22 scenic acres in a sheltered bay across from historic Bigwin Island on Lake of Bays. The lakes 585 km’s of shoreline and the resort’s sloping sandy beach and two boathouses provide excellent opportunities for all water enthusiast’s.
Lumina Family Resort has been providing wonderful carefree Muskoka vacations since 1921. Owned and operated by the Hungerford family for four generations. The largest cottage resort on Lake of Bays with over a mile of beautiful shoreline and 350 feet of safe sandy beach. Lumina is kid-friendly and caters to all ages with a dynamic choice of activities.
Our traditional, child friendly family vacations include full maid service, chef-prepared meals and a fully supervised children’s program. Families return year after year to enjoy the beautiful waterfront, the outstanding food, great companionship and the friendly, relaxed atmosphere. Come and join us in Muskoka and start your own family tradition.
Severn Lodge is one of Ontario’s premier lakeside resorts in the heart of the world famous Muskoka Georgian Bay lake district. For over 150 years the magnificent beauty and serenity of this idyllic lake country has attracted discriminating leisure and business travelers from around the world seeking refuge from their daily routine. Here, the air is clean, the water is crystal clear, the stars are bright, and the sunsets are spectacular!
Located in the southern part of Muskoka near Georgian Bay and the hamlet of Port Severn, the property encompasses over 100 acres with 700 meters (2000 feet) of pristine shoreline. It is situated in a quiet sheltered bay on the northern shores of Gloucester Pool, the western most lake of Ontario’s historic Trent Severn Waterway, and overlooks a spectacular array of windswept and pine clad islands. The view is breathtaking, and it is difficult to believe that the greater Toronto area is such a short distance away.