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Georgian Bay Cottage Rentals

Pristine lakes, loons calling on the lake, serene sunsets, awesome cliffs, rare birds, plants and wildlife, dense forests, local artists, fine stores, beaches..., beaches..., beautiful beaches.... Welcome to Georgian Bay, one of the most beautiful places in the world.

Georgian Bay is a famously large bay situated in Ontario, Canada, south of Manitoulin Island and east of the Bruce Peninsula. It's a part of Lake Huron -- BUT it's also called the sixth Great Lake. In addition to the Manitoulin District and Bruce County, surrounding areas include Sudbury District, Muskoka District, Simcoe County, Grey County and Bruce County. And it is filled with over 30,000 islands and contains 2,000 kilometres of shoreline. Needless to say, there's lots explore in Georgian Bay. And I kind of want to go there right now!

Renting a cottage in Georgian Bay is easy because this is the LAND of COTTAGE COUNTRY. Of course, you have to plan early to get the cottage you want because this is an incredibly popular tourist destination and a hot cottage spot. You'll have to decide what kind of vacation you want in Georgian Bay. Do you want to stay on the mainland, or do you want to stay on the ancient rocks (we're talking rocks that are billions of years old)? Do you want a cliff-side luxury cottage? Or an island getaway only attainable by boat? Do you want one of the more popular shoreline cottages? Or one romantically hidden within the trees?

If you're planning on renting in the summer in Georgian Bay, enjoy the ultimate escape from the city. Plan to spend lots of quiet time in the sun, to encounter 100+ species of wildlife - including snakes, deer, bears, muskrats, beavers, fish and more - to experience extraordinary starry skies and the Northern Lights, and, of course, cosy up in front of toasty bonfires!

You'll also want to consider renting a cottage with a good boat at your disposal so you can tour the various magnificent islands in the bay and its surrounding district (otherwise, you can definitely catch a cruise).

Of course, fall and winter in Georgian Bay are wonderful times to rent, as well. Think romance in the fall, fine dining, spa treatments, walking in the parks, on the beach, festivals galore (including Santa Claus parades and Midland Georgian Bay Festivals of Light). In the winter, think hockey, curling, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, skiing at Horseshoe and Mount St Louis Moonstone, and more!

Rent a cottage in Georgian Bay any time of the year, and enjoy!

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October 20, 2013


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