Resorts of North Muskoka Announces Changes for Spring and Summer

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The Resorts of North Muskoka group, an association of resort owners and operators of north Muskoka, Algonquin Park, Lake of Bays and Huntsville area resorts, inns and lodges, reports the latest news and important changes at member resorts properties for the upcoming spring and summer Muskoka tourist season.

The Resorts of North Muskoka group (, a collection of 14 resort properties located between Huntsville and Algonquin Park, is pleased to announce exciting changes at member resorts and the latest news for the busy upcoming spring and summer Muskoka tourist season. The group is comprised of small and midsized housekeeping cottage resorts, all inclusive resorts, lodges and Inns. “Each spring, the resorts work hard to prepare their properties for the upcoming busy seasons. Grounds need to be cleaned up, cabins need to be painted, and renovations completed. Spring is also the time when many resorts fine tune their marketing strategies and develop a variety of special accommodation packages to entice guests. The following are some of latest changes and news from our member resorts,” states Resorts of North Muskoka group member and spokesman Jeremy Fleming.

The Pines Cottage Resort on Oxtongue Lake has completed renovations of 2 cabins with new roofs, siding and decks. In addition, they have added new kayaks and beach furniture. Beauview Cottage Resort on Lake of Bays has a new “Experiences” page on their website to answer that age old question: what is there to do? Some experiences highlighted include, catch your first fish, make smores, tackle the Beauview Wipe-out Zone on the water, and get close to a wild moose in Algonquin Park. Tally Ho Inn on Peninsula Lake has freshened up two cabins with new paint. They are offering off season rates until June 30th and 13-20% off guided tours and rentals with Back Country Tours, if booked with them. The Resorts of North Muskoka group’s newest member, Clyffe House Cottage Resort, has added a Lazer Sailboat to their mini fleet of 18 boats. They now offer linen and catering services. Waterskiing and tubing rates for 2012 will be a very reasonable $70/hour. To help spend more time playing and less time chasing balls, they have added a chain link fence around their tennis court. Foxwood Resort on Lake of Bays is excited to have a new ski boat for waterskiing, wakeboarding and tubing. Tennis courts resurfacing will be completed this spring. Availability is very tight for July and August at this popular resort, but they still have a couple vacancies. Lumina Resort on Lake of Bays is offering a special on June 15th and 16th weekend where 2 kids are free and adults pay $300 each including 2 meals per day. They have a Canada Day weekend special as well at $450 per adult with 2 kids free. The Norsemen Walker Lake Resort has added free wifi and doubled its water activities with new kayaks, paddle boards and fishing boats. Due to popular demand they are continuing ‘Monday Night Bistros’ with gourmet pizza, wings, ribs and pasta. Bondi Village Resort on Lake of Bays is expanding their disc golf course to twelve holes. They plan to do some interpretive markers and guides for use on the hiking trails and have added an inflatable ‘climbing iceberg’ to the water toys. Cedar Grove Lodge on Peninsula Lake has been busy with flooring and roofing renovations as well as painting. They will have a new main dock in time for the summer and are also looking to get a small disc golf course going.

“We are excited about all the great changes taking place at our resorts this year. Most of the Resorts of North Muskoka properties have been in the same family for decades, and all are owner operated. Generations of Muskoka travelers have relied on the resorts in this group for their annual respite from busy and hectic city life. Given the smaller nature of these resorts, and the personal touch offered by the owners who work at the properties, they have a very high repeat clientele, so booking ahead is a must.” adds Fleming.

About Resorts of North Muskoka: An association of some of the finest Ontario resort properties in Muskoka and Algonquin Park, the Resorts of North Muskoka includes lakeside resorts, inns, lodges and cottage resorts, offering a wide selection of accommodation styles and resort amenities. The Resorts of North Muskoka work hard to ensure your Ontario resort vacation is a pleasant one and pride themselves on giving guests a unique and memorable experience at their one of a kind, independent, and non chain accommodation properties. Your Ontario getaway to north Muskoka starts with a visit to their comprehensive online Muskoka tourism directory website at and don’t forget to follow them on Facebook and Twitter for area happenings and last minute availability.

Contact Information:
Resorts of North Muskoka
Jeremy Fleming - Resorts of North Muskoka Member
167 Grassmere Resort Rd.
Huntsville, ON P1H 2K5
Twitter: @northmuskoka

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