Local Attractions

Local Attractions

Algonquin Park

We are located 18 minutes from the West Gate to the Park. The park is open for all seasons, visit the museum, challenge yourself on the hiking, cross country ski, and mountain bike trails, or go wilderness canoeing & camping. You can enjoy the park for the entire day. Come and see why visitors come from around the world to paint and photograph the Algonquin Park landscape.

Art in the Park

Exhibition featuring Canadian and Internationally recognized artists, paintings and sculptures.

Dwight Village

The Village has all amenities such as grocery stores, a gas station, a liquor store and restaurants.

Huntsville and Dorset Shops & Attractions

Located just 20 minutes away from the Lodge, Huntsville and Dorset feature specialty shops with local items from Muskoka. Dorset has a picturesque waterfront and is known for Robinson’s General Store and its Scenic Lookout Fire Tower. Huntsville is also known for its Pioneer Village.

Oxtongue River Canoe Trip

This is a self-guided canoe where you can experience a small part of nature’s splendor. Oxtongue River is an amazing wilderness area located 15 minutes from our resort. You may get lucky and see some wildlife, such as moose and deer.

Ragged Falls

This is a short, easy hike to a scenic lookout with a view of a 100 meter waterfall that drains from Algonquin Park. This is a 10 minute drive from Lake of Bays Lodge Resort.

Back Country Tours

For local tours and trips, please check out Back Country Tours.