Rustic Retreat – Lake of Bays

 

 

 


Bedrooms – 4
Maximum Occupancy – 7
Pets –  Yes, upon owner approval, 1 dog maximum
Privacy Rating – A


Bedroom One – King Size Bed
Bedroom Two – 2 Twin Beds
Bedroom Three – One Twin Bed
Bedroom Four – Queen Size Bed


Extras
Security Deposit – $1000


 

    Muskoka Room     Microwave
    Eat in Kitchen     Oven
    Large Dock     Fridge
    2 – 42″ LED Televisions     Coffee Maker
    Satellite Cable     Blender
    Pots and Pans     Toaster
    Silverware and Glassware     Fire Pit
   Wi-Fi (with limits)     Washer and Dryer
   Fireplace    Stereo
   Sandy Shoreline    Propane BBQ

 


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During the high season, this is a one week minimum rental. (Friday – Friday)


Lake of Bays Fast Facts

Lake of Bays is a large lake in the District Municipality of Muskoka in Central Ontario, Canada. It is located in the Township of Lake of Bays, which is named after the lake. Ontario Highway 35 runs north and east of the lake.

The lake is fed by Oxtongue River, as well as other rivers and creeks flowing from the north-east (Boyne River and its tributary Sixteen Mile Creek, Ten Mile Creek, Hollow River, St. Mary Creek).

Bigwin Island is the largest island in the lake; other islands include Burnt Island, Fairview Island, Langmaids Island, Pancake Island, Raynor Island, Rock Island, Haystack Island, Millichamp Island, Reuben Island, Crown Island and Peanut Island. The irregular shape of the lake is defined by many bays such as Rabbit’s Bay, Burnt Island Bay, Whitehouse Bay, Montgomery Bay, Portage Bay, Haystack Bay, Ten Mile Bay, Dwight Bay, Trading Bay and Murky Bay.

Lake of Bays is a deep, cold, infertile lake which forms an important part of the Muskoka watershed. Despite its size and basin shape, low fertility and a short residence time combine to make it only moderately productive. Lake of Bays water is clear, and the maximum secchi disc reading obtained was 8 m (26 ft).

The surface layer, which is 9 meters (30 ft) in depth, varies in temperature throughout the year. In the summer months of July and August, the surface layer can have an average temperature approaching 21 °C (70 °F), while the top few metres can warm to about 26.5 °C (79.7 °F). Below the top layer, the summer temperature drops rapidly to around 7 °C (45 °F).


 

Pricing

High Season Jun 9 - Sep 9

$2495.00/week

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