Ontario resort destinations offer some of best romantic lake cruises north of Toronto. Many resorts offer sunset cruises in as part of the getaway package. Larger cruise boats offer big lake and big sky views and vistas of Georgian bay and Lake Simcoe.
Lake Nipissing. The scenery is beautiful. Wildlife abundant. The air is clean. There is not a better way to enjoy all of what Lake Nipissing has to offer than Cruising in comfort aboard our 24 foot Pontoon Boat.
Our cruise winds through breathtaking scenery, back bays, creeks, rivers and hundreds of islands. Stopping along the way for a swim and to take photo’s when opportunities present themselves.
You may see: a Moose with her calf(s), a mother bear and her cubs, nesting Bald Eagle’s, a soaring Osprey, a hunting Hawk.
Wildlife and wilderness is our back yard. We can’t wait to share it with you.
Sit back, relax and enjoy your tour.
$20/person, up to 12 persons, 90 minute cruise
Minimum charge of $100 applies.
Days & Times
Cruises are weather and availability permitting.
Time is up to you (within reason)
Please call hotel for details.
Enjoy an outdoor Kawartha Lakes experience.
You will be staying in a beautiful, classic room at the Village Inn. Bike or walk and explore the Rotary Trail and Trent Severn Waterway. Shop the quaint stores in the village of Lakefield and enjoy lunch on one of the local restaurant patios. Then cruise the scenic Trent Severn Waterway aboard the Lift Lock & Rriver Boat Cruises.
Liftlock & the River Boat Cruise package includes
1 night stay at the Village Inn & 2 hr scenic boat cruise over the Worlds Highest Hydraulic Lift Lock. An environmentally friendly Village Inn shopping tote containing a choice of red or white wine, (Non-alcoholic options are available) Continental Breakfast
Package Price $189 plus taxes/2 person
Bookings must be done thru the Village Inn.
Afternoon or Sunset Boat Cruise on Georgian Bay
June – September | $54 pp + Accomodation
Enjoy a relaxing afternoon fun in the sun cruise or after a long day take a breath-taking evening cruise along Georgian Bay. The Captain will stop out on the water for you to enjoy the views, a swim, and view of Hens and Chicken Island before heading back to the docks. 3 hrs, 7-10pm experience.
Your Package Includes:
- Boat passes
- Drinks included
- Enjoy the Resorts featured fire pit after your cruise
- Wheelchair accessible
- Transportation is included
Midland 30,000 Islands Boat Cruise – Miss Midland
May 16 – October 12, 2015
Experience the sparkling water, the windswept pines and rocky grandeur of Georgian Bay’s 30,000 Islands aboard the 300-passenger Miss Midland. Cruises depart from the Midland Town Dock and are 2.5 hours in duration.
Penetanguishene Historic Boat Cruise – Serendipity Princess
May 16 – September 20, 2015
Cruise through over 400 years of local and Canadian history in this narrated 90 minute tour around Penetanguishene harbour aboard the 265-passenger, Serendipity Princess. Cruises depart from the Penetanguishene town dock.
Port Severn Fall Colour Cruise – Serendipity Princess
September 22 – October 11, 2015
View autumn’s magnificent fall colours aboard the 265-passenger Serendipity Princess. Cruise along the Trent-Severn Waterway to the Big Chute Marine Railway the only one in North America still in use. Cruises depart from Lock 45 in Port Severn and are 2.5 hours in duration. Lunch and entertainment available on most cruises.
Midland Tours Inc. offers 3 incredible cruise and casino group package deals for groups of 45 or more. Visit our website for details.
The “Muskoka Experience” always includes a cruise on the big 3 Muskoka Lakes, with their rugged & beautiful Canadian Shield vistas & gorgeous cottages. Enjoy live commentary including history & local lore. Departing from Port Carling – 7 days a week – June to October. Sunset, dinner & private/bridal cruises too!
Owned & operated by Captain Potts, who has been a licensed captain for over 30 years. Sunset Cruises is an alternative to the larger ships, and can show you Muskoka scenery accessible only by our smaller ships. We go where the large boats don’t.