Gingerbread House – Hesners Lake – Bala


A wonderful family getaway experience to be had here in this Bala cottage. Just minutes from downtown Bala you can enjoy the peaceful calm of the cottage, or the busy cottage life of Bala Muskoka. This cottage has everything you and your family would want in a summer getaway. 3 kms from downtown Bala you arrive at this lovely well maintained, clean cottage. Once you walk into the open and inviting entry way,  you will be drawn to the back deck that is  just steps from Hesners Lake. As there are no large boats on this relatively small lake, you will only hear the occasional fishing boat or a sea doo, but more often than not, the lake is quiet with the sounds of families enjoying the day, or fishermen on the water casting their lines.

Per Person Per Night – $58.93 (high season)

Security Deposit: $1500.00
Pets: No
Maximum Occupancy: 12
Privacy: B+

   Satellite Television    Gas Furnace
   Wi-Fi Internet Access    Canoe
   3 Bedrooms    Kayak
   2 Bathrooms    Adult Life Jackets
   Fridge    Large Dock
   Stove    Muskoka Room
   Microwave    Deck
   Dishwasher    Bunkie
   Wood Stove    Close to all amenities
   Gas BBQ    Ample Parking
   Bicycle Storage    Dishes – Cutlery – Glassware
   Outdoor seating    Dining Room

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Fast Facts:

Hesner’s Lake is located in the geographic township of Wood northeast of Bala and south of Muskoka Rd 38. Hesner’s Lake is also known locally as Eveness Lake. The lake flows into the Moon River north of Bala.

Bala is a Compact Rural Community in the township municipality of Muskoka Lakes, District Municipality of Muskoka in Central Ontario, Canada. It is well-known for the Bala Falls, the source of the Moon River where that river drains Lake Muskoka.

It is considered one of the hubs of cottage country located north of Toronto. Thus, its year-round population of several hundred is increased by thousands of seasonal residents and weekend day-trippers during summer months. It is known as the Cranberry Capital of Ontario, as the province’s largest cranberry farms, Johnston’s Cranberry Marsh and Wahta Iroquis Growers, are located nearby. It was once the smallest incorporated town in Canada, until amalgamation as part of Muskoka Lakes Township.




High Season Jun 9 - Sep 9


Low Season Sep 17 - Jun 9


Weekends (low season)

$1270/2 days


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