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Situated on a lovely lot at the end of a quiet cul de-sac with 200 feet of south facing waterfront is the elegant home known as Reverie.
A short boat ride to Bigwin Island. The Bigwin Island Championship Golf Course is a par 72 championship course designed by world renowed Gold Course Architect Doug Carrik, his design provides challenge and enjoyment to golfers of all skill levels. Bigwin is the place to unwind and enjoy some of the finest culinary cuisine in the country with friends and family.
Just 3 minutes to the charming village of Dwight, residents and visitors alike will find many amenities including two bakeries, a coffee shop, a post office, garden centre, hardware store, LCBO, restaurants, library, general store/butcher, boat launch and gas station. Dwight Beach is a beautiful white sand stretch of beach with a public boat lunch. The Township of Lake of Bays municipal office is located in Dwight.
World famous Algonquin Park is a short 20 minute drive east from Reverie. Algonquin, the first provincial park in Ontario, protects a variety of natural, cultural and recreational features and values. As one of the largest provincial parks, Algonquin is diverse and offers something for nearly everyone. Art shows, events, nature walks, wolf call evenings, all offer a wonderful days outing for guests visiting you at the cottage.
Driving 20 minutes west from Reverie into the bustling town of Huntsville, one finds many boutiques, restaurants and brew pubs on the historic main street along with big box retailers such as Canadian Tire, Home Hardware, and Winners in Commerce Park. The Algonquin Theatre in the heart of downtown Huntsville is host to a wide variety of plays and musical performances throughout the year. Huntsville District Memorial hospital is a 37-bed care facility offering in-patient services and a 24/7 Emergency Department. Other services include Cardio-Respitory, Chemotherapy, Supportive Care and Infusion Clinic, Clinical Nutrition and Dialysis Clinic.
Enroute to Huntsville, you will find Hidden Valley Ski Resort, and world famous Deerhurst Resort with 2 gold cources, 4 restaurants and the championship Mark O'Meara golf course at Grandview.
A short drive north of Huntsville is Arrowhead Provincial Park a great spot to bike, hike, ski, tube and skate.
Everything one could want in this beautiful playground of Muskoka.
Lake of Bays Muskoka is alive with history and beauty unmatched by few places in the world. Named for the curves of its shoreline, Lake of Bays is a magnificent natural treasure located in the northeast corner of Muskoka. It is a vast and spectacular land encompassing 66,000 acres of crystal clear waters, pristine forests, wetlands, rocky outcrops and sandy beaches. The villages of Dwight, Dorset, Baysville, Hillside and Oxtongue Lake collectively make up the enchanting destination of Lake of Bays Muskoka. Lake of Bays Muskoka is a favourite all season destination for recreationists and sports enthusiasts, offering many kilometres of winding paths and long lake runs to go swimming, fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking, waterskiing, sailing, hiking, cycling, mountain biking, golfing, alpine and nordic skiing, skating, snowmobiling, ice fishing or dog sledding. Alternatively, it's the perfect location for a quiet, relaxing getaway! Stay where the welcome mat is always out at our variety of first class resorts, lodges and family cottages. The second largest lake in the Muskoka Watershed, Lake of Bays Muskoka boasts 563 kilometres of shoreline and is thought to be 260 ft deep in places. The area even has a legendary lake monster which many believe is a hoax and others have sworn to have seen and signed statements as far back as 1959 to the fact. The lakes that feed into Lake of Bays Muskoka are Smoke and Tea Lakes in Algonquin Park and Kawagama Lake, as well as other rivers and creeks.