We are situated on a partially wooded lot located on the northwest shores of Lake Nipissing.
Our cottage can be rented during the spring and summer months.
Great fishing, boating, and all sorts of summer fun.
A large deck is attached to the cottage where you can relax and watch the wonderful sunsets.
Our cottage comes with the following for your convenience to help you enjoy your stay/vacation:
1) The cottage comes supplied with;
a) 3 bedrooms: that sleep 6 - 10 and a Bunkie that sleeps 4
b) China, cutlery and pots and pans
c) Large appliances, refrigerator, oven, microwave
d) Small appliances, coffee maker, blender, kettle
e) A fire pit is also available
f) Canoe and paddle boat, a boat launch on the corner
g) TVs with satellite and DVD for viewing pleasure
h) House keeping cleaning products and supplies
2) At the end of your stay please leave the cottage clean and tidy
3) When your vacation is over please lock all doors and windows
4) Please return the keys to the same place you picked them up
We want you to enjoy yourself whilst in our home, but please remember this is a residential area and we ask you to respect other residents right to peace and quiet.
Our basic rules are:
1) Treat our home the way you would expect yours to be treated.
2) We rent to families, fishermen, snowmobilers, hunters.
3) Maximum of 8 people.
4) No smoking in the house please.
5) Bring your pets, they are welcome too.
6) Golf courses are available just down the road.
7) North Bay is a 45 min drive and Sudbury is 60 min away.
We hope that you have a great vacation
About Lake Nipissing
Lake Nipissing, 831 square km, at elevation 196m,is the fifth-largest in Ontario excluding the great lakes, and is located 50 km northeast of Georgian Bay. Its name derives from an native language word meaning "little water". Lake Nipissing runs in an east-west direction to a length of 80 km. Because it parallels the prevailing winds, navigation is frequently treacherous. It is comparatively shallow (about 10 m in most places) and is consequently well aerated, which is conducive to healthy plant and fish life. Dozens of rivers and streams drain into Lake Nipissing, the largest being the Sturgeon River. Historically its 2 most important outlets were the Mattawa River, which links it to the Ottawa River system, and the French River, which issues from its southwest end, draining into Georgian Bay. Along this Ottawa-north Georgian Bay route travelled the early French explorers the first being Etienne Brule in 1610 tracing a path followed by fur traders for the next 200 years. Permanent settlement around the lake dates from 1874 at Nipissing village in the southeast and from 1882 at North Bay when the CPR reached its NE shore. From the 1880s through to WWI Lake Nipissing was a major transportation route for settlers and lumbering, as steamships plied it regularly. Since then it has served mainly as a tourist and recreation waterway.