We love this place! There is always the perfect place to go when traveling and this is one of them. This is the forth year we were here and every year we always come back. The campground is always a place we look forward to.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Welcome to our waterfront resort located on crystal clear Lake Mindemoya, Manitoulin Island Our resort offers over 18 acres of private groomed recreational area which includes a softball diamond, a volleyball court, horseshoe pit and bonfire pit. Let your children safely explore the wonders of nature worry free in our private setting away from traffic. Recreational activities are limited only by your imagination - with beautiful Lake Mindemoya footsteps from your cottage or campsite. You will discover an extensive picnic area with a BBQ, a children's play area, where children can play happily on the swings, tire swing, in the sand box and play house. For your enjoyment, participate in the planned activities including a weekly BBQ for all guests; softball game 'Chipmunks Vs Beavers,' volleyball game and bonfire. Enjoy leisurely walks or cycle around our beautiful private nature trail nestled amongst the 100+year old Maple forest. The resort features a swimming area with the only deep water diving board in the area and private floating swim platform. Public sandy beach is located a short walk from our resort which is perfect for the smaller children. Minutes away from our resort in the town of Mindemoya, enjoy golfing, shopping, major grocery store with LCBO, full service garages and four restaurants for dining out. In the evenings, observe the stars. Manitoulin Island is famous for its “Dark Sky” affording an amazing Stargazing experience. Manitoulin Island night skies are an unforgettable, breathtaking experience, one which you will never forget. The night skies of Manitoulin are a beacon to astronomers from all over the world. Island hop, as you approach Manitoulin Island, Northern Ontario, Canada, from the North Shore of Lake Huron, the Bahamas of the North for sailing. Encounter unspoiled splendor along the ever changing shoreline. ... more less