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ACCOMMODATIONS

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OUR ACCOMMODATIONS INCLUDE . . .

You need only bring your own food, beverages, toiletries and towels. Bedding, kitchen and dining utensils and propane BBQ units are provided.

Each of our rental properties is available as a complete unit and can be reserved monthly, weekly or for weekends.

Limberlost Forest surrounds the J. Albert Bauer Provincial Park and is a short driving distance to Arrowhead and Algonquin Provincial Parks, where public camp sites are available.

Wilderness Lodges

The Solitaire Lodge and Buck Lake Lodge are dominated by spectacular lake views, forested hills and granite cliffs that are typical of Muskoka.

These lodges have nine and seven bedrooms, respectively, as well as large, fully equipped kitchens and spacious living and dining areas.

Family Cottages

The Amron, Owls Nest, Waters Edge, and Long House Cottages are all situated on peaceful Lake Solitaire, and are surrounded by tall trees and are suitable for young families or couples.

Their locations provide easy access to the Reserve’s high quality hiking trails and a base for canoe trips and other sports.

Fishing Camps and Family Cabins

The Falcon Bay and Long Lake cabins and the Burns Lake, Maniwaki and Helve fishing cabins are for those who prefer a simpler style of accommodation and outdoor experience. The Reserve’s stocked lakes provide excellent trout and bass fishing.

Located away from the Reserve’s other facilities, these accommodations provide exceptional privacy to enjoy nature at its best, and are well suited for fishing and canoe trips.

These more remote locations operate with propane lights and pumped water in kitchens and bathrooms. You need only bring your sleeping bags, fishing tackle and personal supplies.

Limberlost Algonquin Outpost Camp Sites

The Limberlost Algonquin Outpost stretches for eight kilometres along the most southern boundary of Algonquin Provincial Park. The Outpost boundary with the park is gated but unfenced, enabling wildlife to move freely between the park and our wilderness reserve.

To maintain the pristine nature of the Outpost lands, only two camp sites are made available to experienced patrons of the Limberlost Forest and Wildlife Reserve.