Hiking

Hiking

Enjoy hiking our extensive forest trail system with over 25+ kms of trails of varying lengths, levels of difficulty and some incredible viewpoints.  With a dynamic landscape, each trail has its own character and variety of scenery – including old growth forest and younger saplings, pine plantations, mixed vegetation, creek crossings, sand pits and some steep ascents!  And you should keep your eyes out for the vast variety of mushrooms along the trails too!    

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Canoeing & Kayaking

With water access on the beautiful Bang’s Bay, which connects to the Ottawa River, there is endless space to explore.  Enjoy the peace and tranquility of the water – capture the early morning mist, paddle to the rock face or enjoy the pink sky in the evening! 

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Swimming

Take a refreshing dip in the Bay or lounge on the floating docks and let the cool breeze and sun charge your soul!

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Lily Dipping

Fun for the whole family!  Float on the giant water matt or try to stand and balance or run and jump into the water.  You are guaranteed to share some laughs!

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Playground

Kids of all ages can enjoy the large playground area, which includes a play structure, swing sets, sand, zip line, slack lines, a hammock zone and a large field for playing outdoor games.

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Zip Line

Watch those smiles as the kids zoom across on the zip line. The zip line is suitable and safe for kids of all ages!

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Biking

Bring your own bikes and enjoy the gravel roads or wilderness trails.  Many of the trails are more technical for riding – however, we are in the process of designing additional bike trails, which would be suitable for the whole family!

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Hammock Time

There is no time like “hammock time”.  There are several hammocks located on the property, including each accommodation unit.  Take the time for a rest, to read or simply lounge in the hammocks and let any worries slip away!

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Berry Picking

If it’s the right time of year, you may find an abundance of berries – including, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries among many other wild edibles on the property!

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Wildlife Viewing

In the quite and calm of the morning, if you look out the window you may be lucky enough to spot some of the wildlife in Northern Ontario, which could include: moose, deer, black bears, wolves, coyotes, lynx, fox and the list goes on and on.  But, not to worry – if you are out on the trails, the animals will hear you and they will start heading in the opposite direction so there is nothing to fear!

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Star Gazing

Oh – that night sky!  It’s the one thing that will forever take your breath away no matter how many times you look up!  With zero light pollution in the area, the sky will dance before your eyes and you may even get the chance to wish upon a shooting star!

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The Simple Pleasures

When you quiet the mind and slowly settle into the present moment, you will start to find pleasure in the simplest of things!  These are the moments to embrace and capture.  These are the moments you can remember and take home with you.