Calling all Nature Lovers. Love Glamping? This property has nature at your doorstep and an opportunity to disconnect.
Nestled in Algonquin Park is a charming little cottage which takes you back to a simpler time. Two bedrooms, open concept living room and kitchen, with propane fridge and stove and beautiful Lake views. With an additional bunkie which sleeps four, this adorable water access cottage located on Rock Lake is only a short 10 minutes from the public boat launch. Close to Booth’s Rock Trail, the Old Railway Bike Trail as well as the Petroglyphs located on Rock Lake.
Information regarding the Land Leases in Algonquin Park can be found on the Friends of Algonquin Park website.
Further information regarding the leases can be found in the Cottagers Tool Kit provided by Ontario Parks.
Or you can speak to a member of Team Grainger for more details regarding the Land Lease or this charming Algonquin Park cottage.
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To book your showing contact Team Grainger at 705-380-1835
“Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to improving the world one Child and one Community at a time.”
The Huntsville Muskoka Kiwanis Club, charted by Rick Brooks, is celebrating 2 years on August 15, 2019. With a mandate to support youth and children, the Club’s major projects include the Maple Festival Kids, and the Ironman Kids Triathlon.
Among the work the Huntsville Muskoka Kiwanis Club has done in the community in the short time since being chartered is their contribution to the accessible playground at Huntsville Public school.
This summer Kiwanis Huntsville Muskoka has two major fundraisers:
Win Dinner for 2 Anywhere in the world, in a draw which will take place August 17th, 2019. Buy your tickets at Bullock’s Independent Grocers this Thursday from 10am – 7pm or purchase them at Godfrey’s Travel, RBC, BMO or from a Kiwanis member. See the full flyer for more details.
Kiwanis Club of Huntsville Muskoka Golf Tournament, which takes place Thursday, September 19, 2019. Enjoy a fantastic BBQ dinner, special event holes, a silent auction, a chance to at a 2019 Chevrolet Blazer RS and a putting contest in support of “Sleeping Children Around the World.” See the full flyer for more details.
Team Grainger lives by the words of Sir Winston Churchill: “We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.”
Coming Monday July 22nd enjoy three special cruises upon the SS Bigwin steamship out of Dwight, and help raise funds for the expansion of the Dwight Library.
The first cruise sails out of Dwight at 2:00pm. Dress up the kids (and yourself), as a pirate or mermaid and set sail. You never know who or what you will encounter.
The second cruise sails out of Dwight at 4:00pm. A taste testing cruise offering samplings from the Lake of Bays Brewery as the main feature, there will also be complementary snacks: wings from the Moose Café and pretzels from Erika’s. All participants must be 19 years of age or over.
The final cruise of the evening sails out of Dwight at 7:30pm. Enjoy the magnificent sunsets of Lake of Bays, a glass of wine and sit back and listen to author Terry Fallis, as he discusses his latest book.
Seats on each cruise are limited to 32, cruises will sail rain or shine. For more information, or to book your spot on the upcoming cruises please contact the Dwight Library at 705-635-3319
“Swim 2.4 miles, bike 112 miles, run 26.2 miles- BRAG FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE”
– John Collins, Ironman co-founder.
Originally a challenge issued in 1978 by Commander John Collins and his wife Judy, the Ironman is a series of 3 long distance triathlon races consisting of a swim, ride and run. The first Ironman took place in February 1978 with 15 competitors travelling to Waikiki.
The Subaru Ironman 70.3 Muskoka takes place this Sunday- July 7th beginning at 7:00am. Ironman Muskoka is known as a mid-summer race loved for its stunning beauty and naturally tough course. Participants will swim 1.2 miles in beautiful fairly lake, followed by a 56 mile bike ride through picturesque Baysville, and finishing up with a 13.1 mile run through historic Huntsville ending at the Huntsville Summit Centre. The race offers 40 qualifing spots in the 2020 Ironman 70.3 World Championship in New Zealand.
More information on the Muskoka Ironman can be found here.
Want to Volunteer on Race Day? The Lake of Bays United Churches will be running a water station at in the Bike Course and are still looking for volunteers to assist with distributing water to the athletes. To volunteer please call Jennifer at 705-349-0054.
Canada Day in Lake of Bays and Huntsville
Celebrate Canada Day in Lake of Bays, Muskoka! The fun begins on Saturday June 29th in Baysville and Dorset, and continues through July 1st in Huntsville & Oxtongue. Below are just a few of the activities you can participate in this Canada Day.
Baysville: June 29th Canada Fireworks at the Dam Park at 9:00pm.
July 1st– Canada Day Breakfast at the Seniors Centre.
Dorset: June 29th –Canada Day Fireworks at the Waterfront, 9:00pm.
Port Cunnington: June 29th – At the Lake of Bays Marina, take in the water ski show at 6:30pm.
Lake of Bays: July 1st – At the Oxtongue Community Centre located at 3971 HWY 60. Celebrate Canada day with the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new pavilion, enjoy music, a bouncy castle, face painting, crafts, children’s games, a drum circle, BBQ, silent auction and more. Admission is free.
Huntsville: July 1st- 9:00am- 11:00am free admission to Muskoka Heritage Place.
Noon- At the Rotary Village Station the annual steam up of the Portage Flyer Train, take a ride to Fairy Lake (small charge may apply).
1:00-7:00pm – At historic River mill Park, take in a free “Canada Fest Concert” presented by Hunters Bay, 88.7 FM Radio
10:00pm- Canada Day Fireworks over Hunters Bay.