As ATV adventures gain in popularity there are more ATV trails being developed. Hitch up your ATV trailer and head north for a northern ATV adventure in Ontario Canada. For more information on atv’ing in Ontario see OF ATV Ontario Federation of All Terrain Vehicle Clubs
At Birch Lodge we have hundreds of kms of natural trails with remote areas and scenic outlooks. Guided daily trips in May & June, also September & October. Weekly rates & 3 day pkg available. We have 5 housekeeping cottages all facing the lake, enjoy an evening campfire or have a relaxing sauna.
Runaway to Romance and Adventure!
1st Class Gourmet Dining. 5 Course Dinners Awarded a Top 10 Dining Experience by North American Inns. Dinner and Breakfast Included in Prices.
Wine Spectator Awarded Wine Cellar. $15 Wine Corkage Fee.
Leading Spas of Canada approved Organic Algonquin Spa.
Horseback riding at Algonquin Park and FREE Algonquin Park Daily Pass.
Winter in Algonquin Park is a one of a kind experience, from walking to skiing, from Horseback to Dogsledding, from snowmobiling to ice skating
48 Intimate lakefront accommodations, from 600 to 1500 sq ft each Jr. Suite or Cabin has a very large double Jacuzzi in front of the Wood Burning Fireplace, all with Private Decks overlooking the Lake.
All accommodations exceed 5 Diamond rating standards. Many are Opulent and furnished by The Art Shoppe of Toronto having their own Outdoor Hot Tub, Sauna, Steam Bath, Double Walk-in Shower with 4 Shower Heads and 50” Plasma TV.
ATV Trail Riding at it’s Finest
Ride your ATV right from the front door of your cottage, 5 minutes down a back road and you are on the famous Seguin Trail. The Seguin Trail is an abandoned railway bed that runs about 60 miles from the village of Kearney to Parry Sound. The trail is very scenic and offers variety of terrain from mud holes to gravel trails along the way to make your excursion more interesting. You can also ride the many abandoned logging roads between Kearney and Algonquin Park. Come give us a try. You won’t be disappointed.
Kashaga Lodge encompasses a full 5-acres on the shoreline of Lake Kashagawigamog, one of Haliburton’s largest and most scenic lakes. There are relatively few accommodation units, which means the property is never crowded. One of the things that makes Kashaga Lodge unique is the wide variety of accommodation types available, each with its own character and ammenities.
The resort’s cottages are situated along the shore of one of the best bass and muskie fishing bays on the lake. The property includes a 100 yard “fairway” where guests can safely practice their short-iron golf game. In the winter, snowmobilers have plenty of space to warm up their sleds or can enjoy ice fishing on the lake.
Kashaga Lodge has one of the best locations in Haliburton County for access to the Haliburton’s extensive ATV trail system.
Come enjoy everything we have to offer.
Welcome to Pickerel Lake Cottage Resort where the back roads and logging trails make ATVing fun! Located near the town of Burk’s Falls just 2 1/2 hours north of Toronto we offer four two and three bedroom house-keeping cottages all with incredible lakefront views. Nicely spaced each cottage has a fully equipped kitchen ,three piece bath, picnic table and propane BBQ. We have a big sandy beach, kids play area, volley ball net and horse shoe pit. At night sit by the crackling bon fire, star- gaze and listen to the call of the loons. Our Tuck Shop offers bait, ice and sundries. Free use of kayak, canoes, paddle boat. Steel boats with 15HP engines rent by the day or week.