*Please add a $25 cleaning fee to Tiny Cabin Bookings
*Please add a $50 cleaning fee to Family Cabins
*Prices subject to change*
*Please add $30 if you bring your pet in cabins or camping
*All rates are subject to 13% HST
Receive a full refund if canceled 14 days prior to your stay.
Receive a 50% refund if canceled less than 14 days prior to your stay.
All cancellations that require a refund are subject to a $40 administration fee.
Check-in is 4pm - Check-out is 11am
There is a shower room with an indoor toilet for cabins and campers that do not have an indoor bathroom.
If you have extra people for your reservation we encourage booking an additional Tiny Cabin or the Covered Tent Platform. These units book up quickly so plan your large group stay early so you don't miss out.
What should I bring?
Cabins 1, 3, and 9 have an indoor toilet and shower. Cabins 4, 5, 6 & 8 have a private privy and there is an indoor shower room with a toilet nearby. All family cabins come equipped with a microwave, kettle, French coffee press, toaster, fridge, and a stove/induction burner. Cabins have all your typical dishes, cutlery, pots, and pans, etc. There is a fitted sheet on the beds. Remember to bring blankets, pillows, and towels.
Tiny Cabins 5.5, 9.5 & 10 each have a private privy and there is a shower room with a toilet nearby. These are mini cabins that have either a double (5.5) or queen (9.5 &10) bed with a table and two chairs inside. There are two Muskoka chairs on the deck which is just a few feet from the shores of Lake Cecebe! We also have a communal kitchen to prepare meals and store your food or you can bring a cooler and camp stove. The bunkie has electricity, indoor and outdoor lights, and a fan. Think glamorous camping or GLAMPING!
Can I drink the water from the tap?
Yes! The water is pumped from a well and is treated. We submit regular samples to the Ministry of Health and do daily chlorine readings. For some fun, you can also walk to a nearby spring and get fresh ice-cold water straight from the earth! Bottled water is not necessary.
What is in our communal kitchen?
Our communal kitchen is very efficient for overnight, weekly, or special occasion guests.
There is seating for 30 on two indoor 12-foot picnic tables and extra seating is available outside.
Inside there is a large counter for setting up or working on.
There is a fridge, microwave, induction hot-plate burner, electric kettle, stove, Instant Pots, blenders, two slow cookers, electric frying pan, two waffle makers, blender, popcorn maker, dishes, cutlery, cutting boards, serving platters, serving bowls and spoons, and glasses for 30. There is an equipped mug rack and french press. All sizes of pots are available along with baking pans.
For storage, there is a large selection of plastic containers and lids.
The building comes equipped with spices, salt, and pepper.
There are also brooms, dust-pans, a mop, and fly swatters.
There is a two-sink system with hand sanitizer, hand soap, and dish soap with dish towels. For hot water, it is best to boil a kettle. There is potable drinking water from the tap.
This building is equipped with wifi and a movie projector and a large screen.
Outside and near the water there is a large fire-pit. It comes equipped with grills, cast iron frying pans and metal camp-fire cooking rods. There is also a BBQ available for use.
For your special occasion please bring napkins, foil, plastic wrap and paper towel.