Renters Dream! This luxury cottage on the water in Canada's largest national park Algonquin. You are right in the heart of everything. 5 bedrooms 3 bathrooms full kitchen, two motor boats, 2 seadoos, kayaks, canoes, etc, call for more info, 647-495-1473
On the water, large beach area, dock. Nearby golf, walking trails, restaurants, tourist attractions etc.
Because of its beauty, the area became recognized by nature preservationists. It quickly became popular with anglers, though hunting was prohibited. The beauty of Algonquin Park attracted artists such as Tom Thomson along with members of the Group of Seven, who found the landscape inspiring. Thomson served as a guide in the park, often working from Mowat Lodge. He did much of his painting at Canoe Lake, and a favourite campsite of his was behind Hayhurst Point, a peninsula overlooking the central portion of the lake. He died under mysterious circumstances at Canoe Lake in 1917. A plaque recognizing his national historic significance stands at the Visitor Centre dock on Canoe Lake, erected by the Historic Sites and Monuments Board of Canada. A cairn and totem pole memorial, erected by friends of the painter, stands on Hayhurst Point, near the north end of the lake.+ More