Ontario Resort Travel Destination-Association Picks of the Week
intimate & serene. Discover our spectacular wilderness setting. Cozy
log cabin style rooms with fireplace and private balcony, rustic luxury
suites, jet tubs for two, great foods, fine wines and genuine service. Enjoy many fun complimentary activities for every season...skis,
skates, snowshoes, canoes, kayaks, row boats, pedal boats, trails, bikes,
pool and beach. Outdoor hot tub, sauna, games room. So Much to explore,
great area golf, snowmobile trails, galleries, trading posts, artisans,
small towns, quaint villages and so much more! Spa services available
by prior reservation
Any 1 or 2 bedroom cottage with a personal hot tub is $149/night per cottage (not per person) plus 13% HST with a 2 night minimum stay
Down Hill Ski or Snowboard Package Hidden Valley Downhill Skiing , (ski rentals available) Please ask for downhill skiing or snowboarding package rate Snow Tubing Package Rock Ridge Snow Tube Rides Please ask for snowtubing package rate
You will enjoy overnight accommodation featuring the renowned "Tempur-Pedic Sleep System" breakfast the following morning, sparkling wine as you get cozy in front of your fireplace, and all day bath passes to Scandinave Spa. (Upgrade available for massages)
Nowhere else in Ontario can you snowshoe or hike across Southern Ontario's Longest Suspension Footbridge! Take a breathtaking 130-metre hike across
a narrow bridge, arched 25 meters above a treed valley, 300 meters above
Georgian Bay. THE NORDIC CENTER Will be opening late November (depending on snow) and you can call or email us with any questions, bookings or purchase your NEW 2010/11 ski pass.
Attraction of the Week
March 14-18, 2011
Encourage Your Child to Cherish the Outdoors
We are looking forward to another fun and exciting week filled with endless opportunities to escape, explore, and experience all that the Wye Marsh has to offer – live reptiles, amphibians, and birds of prey on display, over 25km of hiking, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing trails, hungry chickadees, bold Trumpeter Swans, and endless opportunities to learn about and connect with nature.
Sweetwater Harvest Festival March 26-27, 2011
Your child will have the opportunity to experience cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, learn how maple syrup is produced, cook bannock over an open fire, experience a live hawk show, live reptile & amphibian show and swan & chickadee feedings.