Algonquin Park Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Sleeps 8, Three Bedroom, 1 full bath, 1 half bath
Private 3 Bdrm Cottage near Sunny Hill Resort. Full kitchen with dishwasher and stainless steel appliances. Two queen beds and single bunk beds. Futon in rec room downstairs. 42' flat screen LCD TV, satellite TV, Nintendo Wii, WIFI High Speed Internet. Leather couches and propane fireplace in living room. Full bathroom upstairs with jacuzzi tub and shower stall. Half bath downstairs. Private dock. Guests may use pool facilities and boat launch at Sunny Hill Resort.
Sunny Hill Resort: Your Neighbour – Sunny Hill Resort:
About Your Neighbour – Sunny Hill Resort:
Sunny Hill Resort Cottages:
Sunny Hill Resort and Campground has resided on the shores of Bark Lake since 1942. It is a family-oriented resort with an ever growing clientele down the road from Cottage 514 and is currently owned & operated by the Allingham family since 1969.
When you choose to stay at Cottage 514 you also gain access to the facilities that Sunny Hill Resort has to offer. You might want to take advantage of the boat & motor to get out on the water for some fishing or you may choose to lazily paddle your afternoon away in a canoe also available from the resort.
Sunny Hill Resort also has an indoor saltwater pool and hot tub available for your use which is open until 9pm. If you choose to bring your own boat to Cottage 514 you may use the boat launch at Sunny Hill Resort and dock your boat at the private dock in front of the cottage.
Bark Lake: Bark Lake is located is between Barry’s Bay and Madawaska, Ontario, south of Algonquin Park’s East Gate. Its shoreline is pristine and untouched. Our cottage is one of the few on the lake.
Nearby Algonquin Park: What’s in Algonquin Park?
Algonquin Park Near Bark Lake Cottage
Algonquin Provincial Park is a provincial park located between Georgian Bay and the Ottawa River in Central Ontario, Canada, mostly within the Unorganized South Part of Nipissing District. Established in 1893, it is the oldest provincial park in Canada. Additions since its creation have increased the park to its current size of about 7653 square kilometres. For comparison purposes, this is about one and a half times the size of Prince Edward Island or the US state of Delaware and about a quarter the size of Belgium. The park is contiguous with a number of smaller, administratively separate provincial parks that protect important rivers in the area, resulting in total protected area somewhat larger than Algonquin’s 7653 square kilometres. Its size, combined with its proximity to the major urban centres of Toronto and Ottawa, makes Algonquin one of the most popular provincial parks in the country.
- pets not allowed
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome